Memory Foam Body Pillow Gets Eco-Friendly Treatment by Xtreme Comforts

Xtreme Comforts is known for its quality memory foam products, but the brand is also placing more importance on using safe and eco-friendly measures in the creation and distribution of its products.

Bronxville, United States - June 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Xtreme Comforts, a leader in the comfort products industry, is well known for its consistently rated #1 memory foam bamboo bed pillow by the likes of Wirecutter, a New York Times Company, and USA Today. However, most might be surprised to learn that the company is taking strides towards increasing its sustainability and lowering product packaging waste. This initiative by the brand has been applied to all of its products, including its positively rated body pillow.

Xtreme Comforts has received several accolades in recent years, with its highly comprehensive line of 100% USA Made, CertiPur-US Certified memory foam. The brand’s emphasis on cost-effectiveness while maintaining extremely high quality standards has resounded with its customer base. Its products contain no ozone depleters, TCEP flame retardants, TDCPP, PBDEs, lead, mercury, heavy metals, formaldehyde, and phthalates. To add to the peace of mind of those who prioritize eco-friendliness in the products they use, Xtreme Comforts is pleased to offer its products in vacuum-sealed and rolled packaging for a more sustainable alternative.

According to Karen Barr, spokesperson for the brand, “We are proud of what our line of products have accomplished so far. We want to help customers to not only solve their sleeping or physical pain issues at home and work, but also promote a sustainable, eco-conscious way of getting our products to our customers. With ‘eco-friendly’ on the minds of many, our society has begun to, thankfully, put more focus on not only the quality of products produced, but the impact that these products have on our planet.”

Customers who have reviewed the Xtreme Comforts memory foam pregnancy pillow, for example, have given the brand positive feedback, with one Amazon customer stating:

“I searched high and low for a body pillow to use while pregnant. In the last few years, sustainability in the things I buy and what I surround myself with at home has really been a top priority in our household. I purposely look for products from companies that are totally eco-friendly, or at least keep it in mind. This body pillow is not only super comfy, but I feel better knowing it came shipped in a sustainable way!”

For more information on Xtreme Comforts’ comprehensive line of comfort products, visit its official website or Amazon Storefront.


Contact Info:
Name: Karen Barr
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Organization: Xtreme Comforts
Address: 81 Pondfield Rd Suite D281, Bronxville, NY 10708, United States
Phone: +1-888-582-0047

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 526187

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