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The Everpillow by Infinite Moon is yet another option of comfortable pillows available online. In my never-ending search for the perfect night’s sleep, one of my posture pupils, brought this pillow to my attention.

Sleeping is a competitive market. There are ergonomic pillows, organic pillows, memory foam pillows, thin pillows, fat pillows, extra firm, extra soft, down-filled, goose-filled and even pillows filled with cooling gel. With so much choice in the sleeping marketplace, it’s getting harder to be different. Infinite Moon doesn’t just make different pillows, they make a difference too.

Everpillow is more than just a comfortable pillow. When you purchase an Everpillow, you become part of a pretty cool story. More on that…

Overview of the EverPillow


Simplicity is the word that comes to mind. Infinite Moon has kept things simple with the Everpillow. There is a regular shaped pillow (The Original) for back sleepers and a curved pillow (The Curve) for side sleepers. Notice there isn’t one for stomach sleeping, because as any good posture doctor will tell you, you should avoid stomach sleeping!

You have three options for the pillow fill you get. 100% natural latex, Kapok silk from the Java Cotton Tree – which is meant to be particularly good at resisting moisture and mites – or a combination of the two, allowing you to fully customize what kind of pillow you get. Nice!


Infinite Moon is a Movement


Infinite Moon’s business model is part of a movement called Emergent.

Emergent is a movement of people and businesses dedicated to transforming business and society. Over the last 15 years, our shared mission and 20/20/60 model has transformed local communities through more than 2 million dollars of charitable giveback.

The idea is that 20% goes to charity; 20% is re-invested and 60% is profit for the company. I was already loving this company, before my pillow even arrived.

Infinite Moon Philosophy


If you like to choose the companies you buy from, based on their philanthropic endeavors or impact on the world, then this might sway your pillow-buying decision. Infinite Moon has paired with a Denver-based company that helps to transition people at risk, back into the workforce – people with addictions, formerly incarcerated or homeless.

My Everpillow Findings


Everpillow is Natural


These days I’m a little cautious when I read 100% natural. Even the label no sugar added sadly, does not mean free from sugar. It just means they haven’t added any more sugar to the original recipe ingredients. Gad, is nothing sacred?! Everpillow fill comes in 100% natural latex or Kapok silk. There are synthetic latex varieties, but natural latex comes from rubber trees. Kapuk silk comes from the Java Cotton Tree of Central and South America. I love the idea of sleeping on silk!

Kapok Tree silk

While I really like the EverPillow, there is 2 small things I would change or add. I’d like to see each pillow come with a slip cover. Although the pillow I ordered has a lovely organic cotton cover that feels like heaven, it is still the only barrier from drooling mouth, to pillow fill. I usually buy my own slip covers for all of my pillows, but I think it would be a really nice added feature, to include one in the purchase.

The second small thing I’d change, is the shape of the curved pillow. I ordered The Original without the cut-out for the shoulder. I am a side sleeper, but I don’t like the idea of a semi-rigid seam; but to be fair, I didn’t test this model. I don’t like the aesthetics of funny-shaped pillows. I like symmetry – hence my affinity for good postural alignment. I like to make up my beds with nice sheets and pillow cases. A c-shaped pillow just looks darn funny. Plus, I find The Original is nicely pliable, it easily forms into my shoulder. No need for a curve.

My Infinite Moon EverPillow Recommendation


I was pleasantly surprised with the EverPillow. I normally get contacted by companies who want me to test their ergonomic products. This was one of the first companies I actually contacted. I wasn’t sure what to expect and in fact, the pillow stayed boxed for several weeks, before I even opened it. Unboxing the pillow and cutomizing the fill levels to make my sleeping posture and alignment as close to ideal as possible, was a very intuitive and enjoyable experience.

I feel that the Everpillow is a quality product that is accurately priced and I like that they’ve made a real effort to be different and to give back financially and directly to their local community. Oh, and I’m in love with Kapok silk; from the very moment my hand dove deep into my silky pillow fill… heavenly!

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May 31, 2019 7 comments

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  • diahns

    says on:
    June 1, 2019 at 4:16 pm

    I thought silk came from spiders???

    • Posture Doctor

      says on:
      June 2, 2019 at 9:01 am

      Hi Diahn,

      Spider silk comes from spiders and Java silk somes from the Kapock Tree. Image here: https://images.app.goo.gl/BUG1VN9c1aqu6FAi7

      It is heavenly … I plunged my hand into the pillow of silk (to customize my pillow size by removing some fill) … now I am completely intruiged by Kapock silk. It gaining popularity in the manufacture of all kinds of natural products.

      I think i’d even forgotten we get silk from spiders! Thanks for reminder 🙂

      Paula

  • Mary Hales

    says on:
    June 11, 2019 at 10:38 am

    Which pillow fill did you purchase? Did you get only the silk filling or a mix of silk and latex?

    • Posture Doctor

      says on:
      June 13, 2019 at 10:21 am

      Hi Mary,

      I got the combo – the silk gives the lovely dreamy sink in feel and the latex the support.

      Don’t forget to post on our facebook page, why you need this pillow, for a chance to win one. Draw is July 1st!

  • Karen

    says on:
    June 16, 2019 at 12:45 pm

    Hi Paula, Thanks for this review! Was it easy to go in and remove some of the filling to customize? Wondering if you had to undo some stitching first, for example.

    Thanks,
    Karen

    • Posture Doctor

      says on:
      June 16, 2019 at 5:06 pm

      Hi Karen,

      It’s super easy to remove the filling. Watch the video review HERE and start watching at 3:50

      I did it in my living room. Just unzip the pillow, grab handfuls of fill and plop the excess into the drawstring bad they supply. Fast and easy. Now after a couple more weeks, think I’l remove another 5 handfuls. And you can order more fill down the road, if you want to. Pretty cool concept. Love it!

      Don’t forget to post the reason why you need an everpillow on our Facebook Page, with hashtage #winapillow and then share the post to your own fb page to win! Winner will be drawn July 1st.

      Good luck 🙂

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