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Product description

360° surround support neck: fully surrounds the support neck, under the cheeks, it has the effect of lifting and protecting the cervical vertebrae, and the support strength of the front and rear end of the vulnerable parts is increased, which allows you to enjoy the full support of peace of mind, unique head and neck support Support system, strong pressure release, can quickly release head pressure.

Our Soft Memory Foam U Shape Travel Neck Head Support Pillow is great to use while traveling, sleeping or working to relax and support your shoulders and neck.

Helps maintain proper head and neck alignment, stops head from falling forward while sleeping.

Keep your neck comfortable on long flights or car rides with our neck head support pillow.

Name: U Shaped Memory Foam Pillow
Name: neck pillow
Size: 30*28*14cm (11.8*11*5.5 inches)
Color: gray
Material: Memory cotton
Weight: 300g

Package Included:
1 x Neck Pillow

Service philosophy:

We are confident to provide you with quality products, please rest assured to buy,if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us

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