Tempur travel pillow: a great product to alleviate uncomfortable journeys

For those of us who have tried (and failed) to get a good night sleep whilst travelling, let me introduce you to the Tempur travel pillow, a memory foam which reacts and responds to body heat to fit the contours of your head and neck.

Tempur travel pillow uses an open cell structure that moulds to the exact contours of your body

Tempur travel pillow uses an open cell structure that moulds to the exact contours of your body

Whether you’re travelling by car, train or plane the Tempur travel pillow provides amazing levels of comfort and pressure relieving benefits. For example, the visco-elastic material used in the pillow allows you to rest your head and neck on uneven surfaces, such as a plane’s window – without feeling any uncomfortable lumps or bumps.

The unique shape of this product, which is designed to conform to the natural curve of your head and neck, makes it an ideal choice for side sleepers and helps to align the spine. After using the pillow myself, I can say that it reduced the amount of tossing and turning I did and allowed my body to rest in its natural position.

Measuring just 25 x 31 x 10/7 cm, the Tempur pillow can be bent and manipulated to 70 per cent of it’s size, so can easily fit inside your hand luggage – a major selling point for someone like me who likes to pack a lot!

Another great feature of this product is the temperature sensitive material which reacts to the warmth of your body and thereby adapts to the shape of it. My ordinary pillows now seem so dull and uncomfortable compared to this!

Whether you’re on the road or at home, this is an amazing product which is guaranteed to give you a better night’s sleep.

For more information on the Tempur travel pillow, click here.

Author: Louise Fitchard

Louise is Agenda’s resident fashion & lifestyle expert. She also covers topics relating to entertainment & travel. Out of work, you can find Louise at the cinema, reading romantic novels or buying (another) pair of heels for her next trip abroad.

Share This Post On