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Wicking Sleepwear for Women

Updated on April 4, 2013

Wicking Sleepwear for Night Sweats

Stay cool and comfortable during a night sweat when you wear wicking sleepwear!

These pajamas and nightgowns are made of specially formulated fabric that wicks moisture away from your skin, keeping you dry and comfortable.

Wicking sleepwear is an investment in a good night's sleep. Imagine how much better you will feel when you are sleeping through the night instead of waking up soaking wet after a drenching night sweat!

No longer will you have to get up to change your pajamas or the bed sheets. Wearing your wicking sleepwear, you can just snooze right through hot flashes and night sweats, waking up the next morning cool and comfortable.

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Supercomfy Wicking Nightshirt for Women! - The Best Sleepwear for Keeping Your Cool!

We love this cute and comfortable nightshirt in cool wicking fabric. The contrast trim on the neckline, along with side slits, make this nightshirt a favorite. Available in plus sizes too!

Sexy Wicking Nightgown - No One Will Know It's Wicking Sleepwear!

Cute and sexy wicking nightgown will keep your sweating problem a secret!

Stay Cool in this Cute Wicking Nightshirt! - The Best Wicking Sleepwear!!

Here is a similar nightshirt, but in a short sleeve style. I just love this one!

More Wicking Sleepwear - Stay Cool for a Good Night's Sleep!

More comfortable wicking sleepwear to keep you cool! Don't be disturbed by troublesome night sweats! Get a good night's sleep with moisture-wicking nightgowns and pajamas!

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More Great Wicking Sleepwear on eBay!

Find bargains on wicking sleepwear at eBay! You can often get a good cheap price. I love to find bargains there!

Have you tried moisture wicking sleepwear? What do you think? Is it worth paying more to stay cool at night?

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    • Virginia Allain profile image

      Virginia Allain 

      6 years ago from Central Florida

      At first, I thought the title was Wicked Sleepwear and was puzzled that you might have evil pajamas or something odd. ;-)

    • RhondaTrapp profile image


      6 years ago

      Hopefully, I will get something more !


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