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Read. Sleep. Repeat.

We're here to help you learn how to get your best night's sleep. So curl up and get cozy with your LUXOME weighted blanket and we'll take care of the rest!

'Tis the Season...of Stress.

The holiday season can be stressful for most people. Rushing around trying to take care of shopping, cooking, decorating, it’s a lot of stress! But you can give your loved ones the gift of comfort & rest this holiday with these fantastic products to help ensure a peaceful and wonderful night's rest.

The LUXOME Difference

LUXOME attributes much of the company’s success to going back to the basics of product quality and testing in an Internet world full of so many cheap products sold with deceptive marketing. We only launch products that we would buy and absolutely love, and test every product for months in our own home and homes of family, friends, and staff.

Which Weighted Blanket Is Right For Me?

A weighted blanket can be a natural, easy solution to finding relief to ease symptoms of anxiety, depression, attention disorders, and an array of neurological and health concerns. Covering with the blanket allows for a deep pressure touch, much like massage, that works to sooth and calm. But choosing which blanket is right for you does not need to be difficult.

10 Things to Consider When Buying a Weighted Blanket

It may seem like a weighted blanket is a weighted blanket, but not all weighted blankets are created equal. Prices can range from below $100 to nearly $300. So, what’s the difference between all these weighted blankets? How do you know you’re getting a good value? We broke down the 10 most important things to consider when buying a weighted blanket.

Creative Activities While You Stay Home

As we all work together to find ways to stay connected as well as productive at home, our team has compiled a list of some more unique and creative ways that the LUXOME team is spending our time.

5 Sleep Hacks You've Never Heard

A lot of people's hands and feet are too cold when they go to bed, so they turn the heat up. For optimal sleep the room should be several degrees less than 72F, so rather than turning up the heat, just throw some socks on until you're comfy.

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