Latex Pillows

Latex pillows are manufactured in many shapes,foam formulations and firmness levels. Latex, as you will see, is referred to by two names: “Dunlop” or “Talalay.” These names refer to the manufacturing process of the latex rubber. The “Dunlop” process, developed in 1929, was the first method used to produce latex material for pillows, mattress toppers and mattresses.

With the advancements in technology, came the “Talalay” process, so named after the family that developed it during World War II. Some latex pillows feature a solid Talalay latex core, and others are available in shredded or granular latex models, all are designed to alleviate head and neck strain, for a more restful night’s sleep.

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It is important to keep in mind that not all latex pillows are the same. You will find 100% natural latex (harvested from rubber tree plants), 100% synthetic latex rubber (a man-made molecular copy of natural latex) and a blended combination of both synthetic and natural latex.

Latex Contour Pillow by Royal Pedic

Latex Contour Pillow, 99.99% Natural Solid Dunlop, Removable Zippered Cover.

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Natura Ultimate Latex Pillow

100% Talalay Latex, Soft Terry Cloth Cover, Inner Layer Pure Wool, Density: Medium – Soft, Size: Standard, Queen & King

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