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Naps are a treat that not everyone gets to indulge in very often. And when there is finally time to take a short nap, it can take the entire 30 minutes or so to find a comfortable spot, relax and actually fall asleep. So if you’re a major nap-lover, then you’re going to want to invest in your own Ostrichpillow.
You may recognize the brand from its viral napping pillow that looks like a padded helmet, but the company is much more than a social media moment. Ostrichpillow is all about self-care, whether that looks like a 15-minute nap, a quick meditation or something totally different.
“We believe that micro-moments of self-care contribute to long-term wellbeing. And since 2012, we tirelessly seek to facilitate those moments wherever you are.”
The brand sells everything from compression socks and candles to heat bags and hoods, but its pillows are the real stars. Shop two of the brand’s most popular offerings below, and treat yourself to some self-care.
Shop: Original Napping Pillow, $99
Like your own personal cocoon, the Original Napping Pillow is what Ostrichpillow is really known for. This product works to block out light but has holes for your mouth and nose, as well as your hands. Filled with microbeads and covered in super soft fabric, this pillow essentially allows you to make a comfortable space for yourself anywhere you want.
Shop: Go Neck Pillow, $51 (Orig. $60)
Travelers will adore the Go Neck Pillow. This ergonomically designed pillow “offers total neck support thanks to its unique 360° design.” Use this pillow when you’re trying to nod off in the car, on the plane, or whenever you’re relaxing. This item also compresses down to less than half of its size when put into its storage bag, so bringing it along is a no-brainer.
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