Oprah's Favorite Things 2022 was glorious. But there was 1 brand that stood out above the rest.
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Oprah's Favorite Things list 5 years in a row? According to our research, no other brand has accomplished that incredible feat.
It's not easy to convince Oprah of a great product. Think about it. Pretty much every business in the world would benefit from Oprah promoting them. Many even offer millions in endorsement money. But that's not what the Favorite Things list is about. Oprah handpicks items she found and loved, not based on who paid the most (which Oprah doesn’t even need anymore).
But 5 years in a row? How did Cozy Earth do it?
If you've ever watched Oprah, you know she loves soft, comfortable and, “Cozy” things. When she stumbled upon Cozy Earth in 2018, she fell so deeply in love she wanted to tell the world. She boldly calls them the "softest bedding and loungewear ever".
In 2019, Oprah tried Cozy Earth’s newest product, bamboo pajamas, and said she wore them 17 days straight. JK, that's not a verified statement, but after feeling Cozy Earth’s soft loungewear, you might start to think 17 days in a row is a little on the short end.
2020 quarantining / working from home became a thing and loungewear exploded in popularity. If you have to wear pants on Zoom calls, they might as well be joggers. Needing to make that adventurous trip to the store? Joggers. Yep. Joggers everyday. Oprah, lovestruck once again, put Cozy Earth’s bamboo joggers on her 2020 list.
What could Cozy Earth possibly do in 2022 that could convince Oprah to put them on her list once again? Well, if you really, really really know Oprah, then you know that the way to her heart is through her feet. From the moment she slipped on Cozy Earth's newest Bamboo Lounge sock she knew Cozy Earth would slide into her Favorite Things list once again.
"Softest Bedding Ever - Cozy Earth’s sustainable, responsibly sourced bamboo fabric doesn’t just feel amazing — it’s breathable and helps regulate body temperature.”
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I gave the Cozy Earth a test and after a week here's what I thought:
If Oprah's opinion is all you need to be convinced that Cozy Earth is an amazing product, well worth the money, then look no further. Find their best deal with this link to their official website.
However, if you would like my opinion and review, just keep on reading below (but honestly, a written review doesn't do Cozy Earth justice. You need to experience them for yourself with a 100 night sleep trial).
Here are some features consumers might like:
✅ Oprah's Favorite
✅ Thousands of 5-star reviews
✅ 100 night sleep trial
✅ Made In The USA
✅ Awesome Customer Service
✅ Free US shipping plus returns
✅ Temperature Regulating
✅ Machine Washable
✅ Breathable & Moisture Wicking Fabric
We took 3 of the leading bed sheets brands and mixed in the Cozy Earth sheets, then gave them to a dozen consumers and told them to try and pick the most expensive one. Ten out of the twelve people chose the Cozy Earth sheets, saying it felt like the highest quality, looked the best, and they would like sleeping on them the most.
Then we asked them to guess how much they think it costs. The average guess was $500! "With the quality of these sheets, I wouldn't be surprised if it was closer to $1000..." When we told them it actually costs under $300, their jaws dropped and they all asked where they could get some!
Right now Cozy Earth is taking America by storm, and the large corporations are scrambling to try and figure out what to do and how to deal with Cozy Earth.
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