SnoreLess Pillow Review

Product details:

Type: Anti-Snoring Pillows
Clinical studies: No
FDA cleared: No
Price: $89.97
Money back: No
BBB accredited: Not Listed
Scam complaints: No

A pillow that can stop snoring, what a great idea! It’s a great idea indeed, but one that nobody seems to have figured out just yet.

What am I talking about, and what does it mean for you? Keep reading to find out.

How it’s Supposed to Work

Basically every anti-snoring pillow ever made is based on the same theory. The big idea is that by aligning your head, neck, and torso properly nothing will obstruct your airway.

To some degree this is true. However, the real problem with this idea is in how different we are from each other physically, as well as differences in how we prefer to sleep.

Maybe you like to sleep on your side and you are average height and in reasonably good shape. If you somehow managed to get an anti-snoring pillow that was custom made for you, do you think it would work for somebody who likes to sleep on their back, is four inches shorter, and overweight?

It’s not likely. That’s the problem with most anti-snoring pillows. By trying to make them fit everyone, they actually don’t fit anyone.

The design of this solution is pretty simple. It looks like somebody dropped a cannonball into the middle of this pillow.

This kind of setup leaves most people putting all the pressure on their neck instead of other areas that can handle it better. This is not a good thing in my opinion.

Credibility and Background Info

This is one snoring solution that does not come with a money back guarantee. What the SnoreLess pillow comes with instead is a seven year manufacturer’s warranty.

If you aren’t familiar with a manufacturer’s warranty it basically states that they will replace the product if they did something wrong while they were making it. Other than that you’re out of luck. This is not something that is very helpful to many people.

As far as I can tell, whoever is selling this pillow is not a large company. It is not available in stores and there is literally no information about the actual name of the company other than the website name.

Since that is the case I can’t say much for sure about the makers of this solution. However, in cases like this all I can really tell you is buyer beware.

Real World Reports

One thing I found interesting about this solution was the amount of other conditions this pillow is supposed to help with.

The list includes things like acid reflux, neck pain, and even shoulder pain. Some people who used this pillow for a longer period than I did actually reported the opposite.

This was no surprise to me; anti-snoring pillows are notorious for causing neck pain. Other than that nobody really has much to say about the SnoreLess pillow, besides the fact that it didn’t do much for their snoring problem.


There is no way I can recommend the SnoreLess pillow to you. It just doesn’t seem to work for anyone except the people on the site that sells it.

That’s probably not a coincidence but the point is there are better snoring solutions available. Save your money and get something that will actually work for you.