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  • Buzju & Victor

    I aimed to craft an aesthetically pleasing product, responsibly produced, with the potential to enhance people's lives. Recognizing the profound impact of quality sleep on overall health and well-being, my intention is to contribute to making your life better by emphasizing the utmost importance of customer relations, with your satisfaction remaining my primary focus.

Made Right Here in Los Angeles

Buzju is manufactured right here in Los Angeles, California, so we have a one-on-one relationship with the people who make this all possible... and the best part is when they see us coming, they shout out our names. This local production enables us to support numerous businesses, including suppliers of zippers, trim, label makers, markers, grading, materials of course, and more.

I was dissatisfied with the existing pillow options and couldn't find one that suited my unique sleeping style. I tried many different types of pillows, including rectangular-shaped pillows, cervical pillows, and pillows that claimed to be revolutionary. None of them worked, so I began to research.

I learned that pillows were originally designed to keep insects out of the hair and ears. The rectangular shape of traditional pillows makes little sense for supporting the head and neck properly, especially as we move around during the night. So, I decided to create a new pillow shape that would support the cervical curve or the base of the head and neck to elongate the spine.

This led to the creation of Buzju, a customizable pillow with a patented Floating-Fill System and organic filling made from Tree Rubber Fiber and Kapok. You can adjust the firmness by removing or adding filling, and the pillow supports where you need it the most.
  • Manufacturing

    We have a very close relationship with manufacturing throughout the process.

  • Proving the Concept

    What would the customers think? We took Buzju to a local farmer's market in Brentwood California. Their support is what fueled us to where we are now.

  • An Early Photo Shoot

    How to show off the product and educate the customer is one of the biggest hurdles when introducing an innovative idea. This was an early photo shoot.