Take Control of Your Wellbeing
Get a new and unique Comfyse Cushy Cushion to sit your bottom on.
Being pregnant or a new mum is a wonderful life changing period in your life. Yet let’s be honest, it can also be a physically uncomfortable time due to piles, protrusions and/or perineal pain (caused by tears, including first, second, third and fourth degree tears, episiotomies, assisted births and more besides).
You’ve undoubtedly heard of the pregnancy pillow which you can use to get comfy in bed at night. But at Comfyse we have designed a unique solution – the new Comfyse Cushy Cushion – to help you to benefit from a good sit down during the day or night.
If you’re struggling with perineal pain or similar issues, all you need to do is to get your Comfyse Cushy Cushion and place it on your sofa or chair, then just sit on it. It’s that easy!
Every family home-to-be should have one.
The Comfyse Cushy Cushion relieves the pressure from sensitive areas of your perineum and bottom, including the base of your spine (the coccyx).
It’s design enables flexibility in it’s use as the gap can be enlarged or shrunk depending on your individual needs.
It’s definitely far superior than any rubber ring too (they tend to pop when you sit on them).
You don’t have to suffer in silence or “just get on with it!”, like our parents and grandparents did. This new innovation really can help you to get comfy and feel happier.
In 2018, the Comfyse Cushy Cushion became a finalist in the Baby Products Association Concept and Innovation Awards.
We are very proud that what was once just an idea, is now considered to be a great innovative solution by maternity industry experts (they not only sat on the judging panel for the awards, they also sat on the cushion).
Comfyse is thrilled to be through to the finals of the Woman Who Achieves Award in the Start-up business category.
As a new business which has been set up by a one woman band, it’s wonderful to have the recognition of all the hard work that’s gone into creating this special maternity cushion.