Bellybean Maternity Pillow

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I am the lucky and much appreciative reviewer of the Bellybean Maternity Pillow. Being 7 months pregnant my little bub is starting to get heavy, especially when I am tossing and turning in bed. I can now feel the downward drag every time I roll over and not only is this uncomfortable but it makes me wonder if this will increase my chances of getting stretch marks….
This is where the Bellybean Maternity Pillow comes in very handy. It is perfectly designed to contour the shape of a pregnant women’s body. It gives you a slight lift and enough support of the belly plus the back half of the pillow also supports your lower back at the same time. It is so comfortable you don’t even realise you are sleeping on the maternity pillow. The fabric is soft, the shape is perfect and there are no joins or stitching that rubs and makes you irritated.

 

The Bellybean Maternity Pillow is a double-sided dumbbell shaped pillow case with two round cushion inserts at either end. With a length of 80cm and maximum width of 35cm it is the right size for mum and bub but also not too big for the bed to disturb your partner. The cover is made from soft 100% stretch knit cotton and comes in a range of colours. The cushion inserts are fully machine washable and have a non-allergenic polyester filling.
Sleep is hard enough to come by when you are in your last few months of pregnancy but the Maternity Bellybean Pillow really helps with comfort and prevents those restlessness nights. This is a fantastic Aussie product which was created out of a personal need and now we all get to benefit from this clever creation. A great gift idea for any expecting women, one she will thank you for over and over again! I absolutely love this product!!!
Please visit their ‘easy to order from’ website at www.bellybean.com.au


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