Conventionally, pillow fillers are divided into two groups: natural and artificial. Convenience during sleep, as well as the cost of the product, depends on the quality of the filler.
Fluff and feather. Regulates heat transfer, differs in breathability and hygroscopicity. It is easy to restore shape after use, while the stiffness of the product depends on the ratio of down to feather. Of the minuses, it can be noted that this option is not suitable for allergy sufferers. In addition, the pillow requires special care and its shelf life is quite short.
Camel and sheep wool. Moisture-resistant filler does not accumulate dust, has hygroscopicity and breathability. In the summer, the pillow keeps cool, and in the winter it accumulates heat. High-quality wool will not cake, which means it will last a long time. A woolen pillow cannot be machine washed, and it is not suitable for asthmatics and allergy sufferers.
Natural silk. Products are odorless, hypoallergenic and soft. The filler is a lightweight, lightweight cloth made of silkworm cocoons. To add stiffness to the pillow, silicone fiber is added.
Buckwheat husk. The pillow takes on the contours of the body and produces a therapeutic massage effect that improves blood circulation. An environmentally friendly product requires special care and a short addiction time. The service life of the pillow is no more than 3 years.
Bamboo. Natural material absorbs moisture well, evens out temperature and creates a comfortable microclimate. The product with a bamboo filler has anti-allergenic and antibacterial effects. The pillow easily changes its shape, repeating the contours of the head. Simply take care of the product - just wash it in the car.
Eucalyptus. It has increased strength, despite its low weight. Natural and environmentally friendly material has hygroscopicity, hypoallergenic and breathable properties. The wear resistance of the eucalyptus filler will allow the pillow to be used for 5-7 years.
Silk. Silk-filled pillows have a number of positive qualities, but they are quite expensive and difficult to maintain.