The Buffy Memorial Day 2022 Sale Is Big—Here's What You Need to Buy

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Buffy has become one of our favorite spots for bedding, blankets...basically all-things sleep. Lucky for us, the brand's Memorial Day 2022 sale is here, and Buffy is offering 15 percent off sitewide. That means you stand to save whether you're in the market for a new comforter, pillow or sheet set through Memorial Day, May 30.

Buffy is widely known for its Earth-friendly materials (including eucalyptus lyocell, soft hemp, recycled plastic and more), not to mention how comfortable the products are—and these three products are our absolute faves.

The 15 Best Cooling Comforters for Hot Sleepers

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1. Buffy Breeze Comforter

This entirely plant-based comforter is made for hot sleepers. It cools down your body temperature to give you the gift of a restful, non-sweaty sleep, so you can wake up feeling refreshed. Plus, it's duvet compatible. When we tested it, we found that it was super lightweight and left us feeling very cooled off while we slept.

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2. Buffy Cloud Pillow

Supportive without being too hard, this tencel lyocell-based pillow is perfect for anyone who tosses and turns because it aligns for most sleeping positions. You can select soft, medium or firm, as well as your size preference.

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3. The Buffy Sheet Set

Ah, nothing like drifting off to sleep wrapped in soft, breathable sheets that are cool to the touch. Each set comes with a top sheet, a fitted sheet and two pillow cases that are made with sustainable materials like eucalyptus. These ones are available in ten colors and sizes up to a California king.

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Olivia Dubyak

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Olivia Dubyak is PureWow's Commerce Editor and textbook Capricorn. She studied journalism at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but has gone from New York City to...
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