Tempur-pedic pillows, made from a special foam conforms to your shape for extra comfort and is also resistant to dust mites and other allergens.
The foam in tempur pillows isn't like any ordinary foam. This viscoelastic material is temperature sensitive and conforms to the shape of your head and neck as you lay on it. When you are not laying on it, it goes back to it's original shape. This gives it the ability to support your head and neck perfectly as it is molded to your exact shape.
Tempur-pedic pillows come from years of research that resulted in a temperature sensitive material being developed for NASA to use. This material is extremely thick with more cells per inch than other foams which gives it it's unique qualities.
Used to relieve the pressure of the forces of gravity on astronauts during take off, this material was originally developed in the 1970's but has since been refined and improved and is now being sold to consumers in the form of pillows, mattresses, slippers and other household items.
This viscoelastic material used in tempur-pedic pillows and mattresses is very dense but also breathable so it will not cause you to overheat. If your bedroom is very cold, the pillow might be a bit more stiff and not as pliable at first. If your bedroom is very hot, the pillow may be a bit more loose. Adjust your room temperature accordingly.
Tempur pillows are also good to use if you have allergies. The material is resistant to allergens, is CRC free and does not contain any rubber or latex.