Why Organic Bedding?

Natural & Organic Bedding Uncategorized

Guest blogger: Jennifer Thibodeau, Marketing Manager
First published May 16, 2016
Revised December 22, 2023

Our commitment to your health and the environment is reflected in the materials we use for our bedding products. We ensure all our materials are raised and processed without toxic chemicals like formaldehyde, boric acid, and benzene.

Unlike conventional cotton, which is responsible for roughly 25% of the insecticides used worldwide, the organic cotton used in most of the products we sell is grown without harmful pesticides. These pesticides have been linked to the collapse of species, including bees, fish, bats, and birds, which is why we take great care in ensuring that our materials are free from such chemicals.

Our organic sheets and other bedding products are not only safer for you and the environment, but they are also softer and gentler for your skin. This is especially beneficial for people suffering from eczema, who will find great relief in our chemical-free bedding products. Additionally, our organic blankets and comforters can keep you warm and cozy without overheating because the fibers breathe, allowing for better air circulation and temperature regulation.

Finally, our pillows, made with natural materials such as organic cotton, wool, buckwheat hulls, silk, or rubber, provide superior support and protection from dust mite allergens. This relieves allergy and asthma sufferers, ensuring they can enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep without worrying about harmful chemicals or allergens.

So, if you’re looking for bedding products that are both safe for you and the environment, look no further than our organic bedding collection.

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Sources: US National Library of Medicine US Department of Labor www.apartmenttherapy.com Environmental Justice Foundation www.draxe.com