Everyone’s Raving About Silent Night’s Anti-Snore Pillow

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ASDAASDA is selling an anti-snore pillow by Silentnight and it’s receiving rave reviews from customers.

Judging by the feedback left by satisfied customers who bought the pillow for their partners in an attempt to get a good night’s sleep.

The pillow is designed to minimise snoring by placing the head in the right position thanks to its foam core.

Understandably, the Silentnight pillow costs a little bit more than your average pillow at £12, but who can put a price on not keeping your partner awake all night?

Customers who’ve invested in the pillow seem overjoyed with the results, with some even heading back to the supermarket to purchase more.

One satisfied customer rated the product five stars, adding: “Hubby has stopped snoring so it is a 5 star from me.”

Another five star-rater commented: “That good I’m going back for another.”

“I was skeptical but desperate when I ordered this pillow,” one satisfied partner wrote. “Only had it one week but its already going on holiday with me as my husband says it works. Happy days!”

Another said: “This cushion is very good for me. Soft touch and very comfy. Would recommend to people to buy it as it is worth it for the value.

“The pillow is very light therefore easy to carry around and is recommended for all age groups. I have already bought some for my family.”

“I was very skeptical when I bought this pillow but it seems to be working so far, it’s not 100% but there is a noticeable difference in my sleeping and less complaints from the wife,” a four star reviewer wrote.

Unfortunately, the pillow hasn’t worked quite as well for everyone, as another customer wrote: “I bought this for my partner and pinned all my hopes on it for a peaceful nights sleep but after 2 nights of using the pillow there has been absolutely no change in the noise coming from him! Disappointingly it hasn’t helped at all.”

Unfortunately the pillow is out of stock at the moment but we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for it coming back online and into stores.

This content was originally published here.

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