SnoreLess Pillow

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Published On September 24, 2015 | By SDA Editorial Staff | Reviews
Overall Score
65 %

This product is an interesting idea, and I think that it could work - though there are a few things that tended to turn me off about it.

Price 65%
Guarantee 100%
Complaint Score 70%
Shipping Cost 60%
Our Rating 50%

Introduction – SnoreLess Pillow Review

The Snoreless Pillow is technically an ‘ergonomically correct anti-snoring pillow’ that’s said to help prevent snoring through its functional, yet unique recessed-core design. I was a bit skeptical of it at first – especially in light of the website. It wasn’t necessarily a bad website – but I found the design a little bit ‘sketchy’. It was more like a ‘sales-pitch/landing page bait’ website and less like a general ‘product’ storefront.

I’ve been seeing more and more of those lately – and yes, I understand that companies want to make their products sound compelling – but I also appreciate some simplicity and structure when it comes to website design!

Anyway, putting aside the website issue for a moment, I’ll also say that it was surprisingly difficult to find customer reviews about this product online – which leads me to believe that it’s either not incredibly popular (at least not yet) or that it’s relatively new.

The website had a 2009 copyright date on the bottom – so that might be at least a semi-accurate indication of how long it’s been on the market.

But anyway, let’s get to the important stuff. Does it work? Does it make sense? Here’s what I found out over the course of my research.

Product Details

This product utilizes a feature called ‘recessed-core support’ to cradle the head and elevate it – thereby opening up the airway to allow for increased oxygenation. The center of the pillow sits a bit lower than the outside – meaning that it would perhaps hold your head tilted slightly backward while still supporting it enough to make it comfortable. This would help to raise your chin up and off of your chest, which would, in turn, open up the back of the throat and help to prevent snoring at the same time.

It fits into any standard pillowcase, and has been ‘proven’ to relieve minor head, shoulder, and neck pain. It’s also been shown to be helpful for acid reflux!

One very cool thing about this pillow is that you can use it while on your back or on your side – which is somewhat uncommon for stop-snoring pillows. Most of them will only work if you’re on your back – so the fact that you can use it either way definitely adds value to the idea.


This product is technically a ‘stop snoring pillow’, or an ‘anti-snoring pillow’.

Clinical Studies

Attention! As far as I can tell, there have been no clinical studies done on this product. The website does feature some customer reviews, and some of them are said to have been given by doctors – but there’s no verification and nothing to really back up these claims.

I must say that I was a bit disappointed with how little data or clinical evidence there was to support the claims made about this product. They call it the ‘#1 snore reduction pillow’, and yet there are no clinical trials or statistics to prove that this is the case – which, in my opinion, is very unfortunate.

I, personally, would feel much better about it if they did more to verify its usefulness before making such claims.

Is this product FDA cleared?

No, this product does not seem to be FDA cleared.

This product sells for $89.97 – which seems a bit on the expensive side to me. I guess, when you compare it to other high-quality pillows, this isn’t really that extravagant – but let’s be honest with ourselves. That’s enough money to buy a very high quality stop-snoring mouthpiece that has a ton of clinical data backing it up. Yes, this product won’t require you to put anything into your mouth or to stick anything to your face – but is it going to work?

That’s a lot of money to put on the line for something that’s not verified through clinical data – and for me, that’s not a factor that can just be ignored.

The company seems to be called ‘SnoreLess Pillow’, or ‘’.
The business address for this company is as follows.

SnoreLess Pillow

P.O. Box 509

Lillian, AL 36549

I haven’t seen anything to make me believe that this product is a scam. It may not work for everyone – but it doesn’t seem to be a scam.

How does the product work?

This product basically works by keeping the chin up off of the chest. This would, in theory, open up the airway a little bit more and promote a better, more restful night’s sleep due to a decrease in snoring and an increase in overall oxygen availability.

What are actual customers saying?

It’s difficult to determine what actual customers are saying, mostly due to the fact that I haven’t been able to find many customer reviews for the product online. There are some reviews on the product website – but it’s difficult to know what to think about them without the context of some kind of reliable third-party assessment.

What you can expect

You can expect for this product to be high in quality, though whether or not it’ll work for you is really only something that you’ll be able to find out by giving it a try.

Does this brand stack up against the competition?

Yes, this brand does stack up against the competition in the sense that it boasts a rather unique design – and in a practical sense, the design seems legitimate and logical.

Key differences between this product and ‘typical’ solutions

The main difference between this product and other typical solutions is the fact that it has a recessed core in the middle. Not many anti snoring pillows seem to use this exact design.

Is a prescription or doctor involvement needed?

No, you don’t need a prescription or a doctor’s involvement to buy and/or use the SnoreLess Pillow.

Pros and Cons

Here are the basic pros and cons that I discovered about this product over the course of my research.


  • It seems to be well made
  • There’s a lot of information available about how the product works on the official website
  • The SnoreLess Pillow comes with a 7 year manufacturer’s warranty (against defects in materials and/or workmanship), so you can rest assured that if it breaks, you can return it.


  • The price is a bit high
  • Shipping is a little bit on the expensive side
  • There’s a bit of an absence in clinical data available to back up the claims made by the manufacturer
  • I found it very difficult to find customer reviews about this product – so I’m not completely sure what the general public really thinks about it at this point


I think that this product is a good idea, and I think that it could work – though there are a few things that tended to turn me off about it. For one, there’s no compelling test data – and that makes a difference to me. Secondly, I was a bit put off by the higher price – though to be fair, the SnoreLess Pillow does come with a 7 year warranty – so I guess I don’t really have that big of an issue with the cost.

I do believe that there might be better, more verified options out there – but in the end, this could definitely prove to be a good option for people who aren’t looking to change their routine a lot. If the idea of buying a pillow for your snoring problem sounds ideal, then this is worth a try.

Costs and shipping

This product costs $89.97 to order. Shipping and handling is an additional $19.95.

The best place to buy this product seems to be on the official SnoreLess Pillow Website.

Quick information

  • Product type: Anti-Snoring Pillow
  • Clinical Studies: No
  • FDA Cleared: No
  • Money Back Guarantee: 7 year manufacturer warranty
  • Shipping Costs to Australia: $19.95

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Snore Less Pillow Website

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