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The 6 Best Pillows for Any Type of Sleeper
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Here at Esquire, we believe your living space should be a reflection of who you've worked so hard to become. All it takes are a few upgrades. These are the stylish (and functional) items worth buying to make your house a place you're proud to call home.

Up now: pillows you can buy online.

The Most Versatile Pillow

Casper Pillow

Casper's pillow is actually two pillows: an inner one that molds to your form and and outer one that adds a comfy layer. It's easy to wash, easy to fluff, and gives any kind of sleeper a good night's rest.

casper.com

Best Down Pillow

Brooklinen Down Pillow

If you'd rather have fluffy down instead of high-tech foam, go for Brooklinen's superbly comfortable option. It's hypoallergenic, and you can select your preferred firmness.

brooklinen.com

Best Hypoallergenic Pillow

Coop Home Goods Eden Pillow

Not only is it hypoallergenic, Coop's Eden pillow is made with gel-infused memory foam that supports while it cools, and the case is super simple to wash. It's also easily adjustable, so you can truly make it work for you.

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Best Pillow for Sweaty Sleepers

Bear Pillow

The Bear pillow is built with hot sleepers in mind. It boasts "double ice fabric" and mesh sides for breathability, as well as medium-firm foam. You'll wake up rested and cool.

bearmattress.com

Best Pillow for Side Sleepers

Parachute Down Alternative Pillow

Any side sleeper can tell from the height of this pillow that it's got the oomph to support their neck through the night. Instead of foam, Parachute uses down alternative—it's feather-soft, without the actual feathers.

parachutehome.com

Best Pillow for Back Sleepers

Tulo Medium Pillow

Back sleepers need pillows that are firm with plenty of lift, so your spine doesn't go all out of wack. Tulo's medium-comfort option, made with titanium-infused foam, gives your vertebrae that support.

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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