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DryZzz Pillowcase That Absorbs Water

Never Wake Up With Wet Hair Again, Thanks to This Moisture-Absorbing Pillowcase

I have two states: sleeping and waiting to sleep. But no matter how much I love my eight (OK, more like six) hours of deep REM, there's one drawback: waking up with wet hair. I've wasted many an early morning blow-drying strands that are still damp from the night before. But there is hope for those of us who've woken up feeling like a wet dog. That comes courtesy of DryZzz, a pillowcase that sucks out all the moisture from your hair while you sleep.

As first reported by Today, DryZzz is being called "the pillowcase for wet heads." The brand was founded by two stay-at-home moms who were inspired by their young daughters, who often went to bed immediately after showering. The pillow is made of absorbent microfiber that has a waterproof lining. It's also machine-washable, so you don't have to get fancy with cleaning it.

According to the brand's site, DryZzz's purpose goes way beyond hair care. If you suffer from night sweats or drooling (DryZzz just read me like a book), it will also help keep things dry. What's more, a portion of the sales from DryZzz go toward funding Sofia's Hope, Inc., a fund for pediatric caner research.

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If all that wasn't enough to get you adding DryZzz to your cart, consider this: it's available on Amazon Prime, so you can have your very own DryZzz ($25) by the freakin' weekend.

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