Get Your Blood Circulating With These Cushions

Kerri-Lee Benson began her entrepreneurial journey at a garage sale, discovering a mechanism to improve blood circulation.

Written By – Joseph Scaglione

Boomers and Zoomers gather around. Tired of living in discomfort? Are you ready to receive therapeutic benefits from your cushions? ComfeeLiving is here for you. Keri-Lee Benson, owner of ComfeeLiving, is a self-taught designer and artisan. A passionate environmentalist, Keri-Lee is driven by colour and texture, with a need to design beautiful multi-functional items. Kerri-Lee often cooks up ways to improve the value and function of products.

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The elegant black pleather ComfeeCushion

In 2009, she discovered a device she now uses in her own cushions at a garage sale. Kerri-Lee found a pair of stationary slippers with plastic knobs and vibration capabilities. The vibration mechanism ran on batteries, but the slippers were functional and ugly. Kerri-Lee would not stand for this. To improve the concept, she designed a pillow with housing for a vibration mechanism, which she could cover with elegant fabrics. She made her own design using fabric from a leftover project. She showed her creation to friends and family who all wanted one.

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Kerri-Lee Benson, owner of ComfeeLiving.

After months of sourcing and organizing, Kerri-Lee developed a production plan, and it started with craft shows. ComfeeCushions now sell at craft shows, online, and around the world. Vibration from ComfeeCushions increases blood flow and oxygen to muscles, helping your body release tension and stress, relieving pain. If your muscles are sore, tired, or overused, or you have poor circulation to your feet due to diabetes, ComfeeCushions can help. Offered in a gentle soft to the touch microsuede, a durable easy to clean pleather, or a decadent velvet, ComfeeCushion can fit anyones style. To learn more about ComfeeCushion or purchase one, visit

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