Cushion Lab
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Cushion Lab

Updated April 2024
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Firmness & Feel

Adjustable Shredded Memory Foam Pillow Review

If you are not sure of the ideal pillow height to go for, you can’t go wrong with the Cushion Lab shredded memory foam pillow. The pillow boasts an entirely adjustable design that lets you add or remove the fill to customize the loft to your sleep requirements. This universal pillow will suit all users regardless of their sleeping position (side, back or stomach) and body structure. 

The outer cover is made of ultra-soft bamboo to make it naturally cool and soft, while the inner cover is breathable to allow air circulation. We love that the filling is shredded memory foam that provides a nice balance of support and comfort. Current users also appreciate that the outer cover is removable and machine-washable. 

Neck Relief Ergonomic Cervical Pillow Review

As with all products ergo, an ergonomic pillow is thoughtfully designed to provide enough support to the head, neck and shoulders. Whether a particular model will work for you comes down to individual preferences and needs. However, research shows that the best ergonomic pillows, particularly memory foam, can help alleviate neck and shoulder pain and improve an individual’s sleep quality. 

The Cushion Lab’s Ergonomic Cervical Pillow measures 23.5 x 15 x 4.3 inches and comes medium-firm with a rating of 7.5/10 on the firmness scale. 

The outer cover is purposely chosen ultra-soft, breathable organic cotton that allows air circulation to keep you cool. This cover can be removed, and is safe in the washing machine. The core support is made of proprietary gel-infused memory foam with a concave head basin, two raised side sleeper face supports, an arched neck pressure relief cushion and a curved shoulder cushion. 

These features, coupled with the contouring properties of memory foam, make for a pillow that cradles your skull, while gently contouring to the curve of your neck and spine. The raised sides also prevent your head from rolling out of the stable cradle.  


Construction & Design

Sleeping Positions

Cushion Lab is an American pillow manufacturer headquartered in California. This company was started in 2018 to make comfort-inducing products. Cushion Lab focuses on enhancing Americans’ everyday comfort and wellness at home, work, and even when traveling.  

Its catalog includes various sleeping pillows and ergonomically designed special needs pillows to meet different users’ requirements. Cushion Lab pillows are designed by experts but made responsibly in China.

All Cushion Lab sleep items have free ground shipping and a one-year warranty. In this Cushion Lab pillows review, we shed light on three of its sleep pillows that you may want to add to your bed. 

Value for your Money

Cushion Lab Deep Sleep Pillow Review

The Cushion Lab Deep Sleep is a special pillow dedicated to anyone looking for a slightly softer pillow that also excels in support. Cushion Lab says that this pillow is the culmination of a two-year-plus journey of developing a pillow that balances a soft sensation with contouring support without exerting pressure.

This pillow’s most prominent feature is how it cradles the neck and head softly to provide even uniform support for proper alignment and instant pressure relief. 

The pillow measures 24” by 16” by 5.5”. It’s made of a blend of a solid memory foam layer with a dual-density feel. Cushion Lab describes it as having a pillow with a cloud-like top layer and an adaptive support foundation. 

As a bonus, the Cushion Lab Deep Sleep pillow uses a FreshFace Pillowcase. This cover is made of 85% cooling nylon and 15% spandex. It’s cool to the touch and breathable to promote a cool sleeping surface. Additionally, it’s engineered to prevent face creases/wrinkles and hair frizz. 



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