Product Review: Hush Home

By Jasmine Chan

The OnePillow is the only pillow you’ll ever need

When it comes to perfect quality sleep, selecting a suitable pillow is the utmost priority. Hush Home looked to sleep science when developing its advanced sleep products, which include pillows, mattresses, and bedding. 

Hoping to bring the five-star hotel experience to one’s home, Hush Home created OnePillow, which was developed in-house by former Apple and Tesla designers. It features a unique three-chamber design with two soft outer chambers and an adjustable inner chamber of interlocking memory foam. The memory foam is the core of the pillow, supporting a sleeper’s head and neck. If you’re a side-sleeper or a back-sleeper, OnePillow can also provide neck and back support. I love the smooth surface of the pillow and the highly-accommodating memory foam, which helps to ease my neck pain. The plush microfiber on the outside offsets the spongy memory foam inside, generating an overall feather-like effect. 

I was amazed by the OnePillow’s balanced combination of softness and firmness. Unlike other fluffy pillows, it doesn’t push against the side of your face, but still manages to preserve its fluffiness at the same time. When you press against the pillow, the memory foam instantly rebounds in the blink of an eye. Even if you only sleep on a particular side on the pillow, OnePillow doesn’t lose its original shape. It’s ideal for sleepers who are looking for gentle support. 

Hush Home provides a 100-night home trial for all its sleep products. You can book an appointment for a private sleep experience in its Quarry Bay showroom in Hong Kong. Prices start at HK$800. The OnePillow is available for purchase both online and offline. –JC

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Photo courtesy of Hush Home.

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