Comes in 9 colors. Made of plush polyester. Machine washable. Provides head support for infants up to 6 months and then converts to neck support for infants up to 1 year old. Some users say it helped eliminate flat spots on their child's head.
Some babies do not like how thick this pillow is and cannot sleep comfortably on it.
Fits easily into a bouncer or stroller. Machine washable. Round cutout keeps baby's neck supported while relieving pressure on the scalp. Helps keep your baby's head straight.
This pillow is too small to be used on infants older than 4 months.
Comes in 37 fun colors and patterns. Machine washable. Thin middle section gently supports your baby's head and neck without being too thick. Made from eco-friendly, sustainable materials.
Some say that the middle section is too small and the side pillows push the baby's ears in.
Available in 6 colors. Soft, machine-washable fabric. Lightweight and easy to carry with you wherever you go. Ergonomic cutout supports your baby's neck without putting pressure on the back of their head.
Some parents feel that the pillow is too thin for their baby.
Supports your baby's head and keeps it in alignment with the spine. Made of soft, bamboo memory foam that's never been treated with chemicals so it's safe for sensitive skin. Machine washable.
The pillow has a strong smell when you first take it out of the packaging.
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Head support pillows can help prevent positional plagiocephaly, or flat spots on your baby’s head. Some babies develop flat spots after birth because they spend a great deal of time in positions that put pressure on the skull, like in a crib or car seat. Infant head support pillows can help prevent or alleviate flat spots by cradling your baby’s head so that it doesn’t lie completely flat. They are not designed for use in cribs, where they can block airways, but can be very helpful in car seats, bouncers, swings, and other play equipment. These pillows are generally intended for infants between 2 and 6 months old and should not be used without supervision.