Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Pure Journi Foot Rest Pillow Review

Hello Pop Culture Shockers! So, I got this Foot Rest Pillow from Pure Journi and thought that I’d share my experience with you. My main purpose for the Pure Journi Foot Rest Pillow was to use at my desk. Maybe because of RLS (Restless Leg Syndrome) or just general leg fatigue, my legs start to hurt after a couple hours sitting at my desk and I found myself trying to elevate them on a small trashcan! The trashcan wasn’t working out too well, for oh so many reasons and I thought that it was time to try something else. Enter the Pure Journi Foot Rest Pillow… If you’d like an up close look, check out my YouTube.

Happily no more pain with this footrest and my feet are not constantly falling off of the pillow unlike the trashcan. Why, you ask? Well, there are several features of the Foot Rest Pillow that help with happy feet! To start, the pillow itself is made from good quality memory foam, which means that there is proper support for my feet. Secondly, the pillow features an ergonomic design that allows for good foot placement, which leads to proper circulation and stress relief.

This Foot Rest Pillow sort of acts like a stool (which is what I was aiming for with that trashcan) by raising my legs just enough to take pressure off my legs and back. I can feel the difference not just in my legs and feet, but also my back. Bonus, if I flip over my Foot Rest Pillow the topside is designed to offer a rocking motion that helps with circulation. This is great for RLS!

Pure Journi Foot Rest Pillow Features:

  • Easily Fits Discreetly Under Desk
  • Can Be Used At Home or Work
  • Ergonomically Designed
  • Memory Foam Pillow
  • High Quality Materials
  • Breathable Pillow Case
  • Washable Pillow Case
  • Non-Slip Backing
  • Perfect For Travel
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

Pure Journi did a really lovely job on the design!  This amazingly wonderful foot pillow from Pure Journi is available for $26.99 on Amazon at and makes a great gift!

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