ManufacturerNatural Bliss (Wool free, 6, 8, 10 inches) by Plush Beds Visual Check latest price...Read More
Organic bedsheets are becoming more available and more affordable. But why should you choose organic bedsheets over conventional ones? Aren’t they the same? Well, there are a number of reasons why you should definitely go organic when choosing your bedsheets. Conventional cotton production accounts for 25% of the world’s pesticide use. Conventional cotton is horrible for the planet, causing pollution of rivers, lakes and aquifers. You may absorb some of the pesticide residues through your skin. Processing conventional cotton uses even more chemicals, some of which are highly toxic. The workers who handle conventional cotton, from the plantation to the finished product, are exposed to many chemicals, which can be detrimental to their health over a long period of time. Sleeping on certified organic sheets will give you the peace of mind that you are doing a favour for your skin and body. Organic cotton is not genetically modified, doesn’t contain any toxic dyes and is safer for the people involved in its production.Read More
In this list, you will find mattresses for side-sleepers, back-sleepers, all-around sleepers and people with heavier bodyweights. Find the best hybrid and latex core mattresses for 2019. Use the list to guide you in making an informed decision and a long-term investment for your health and purchase your new natural latex mattress in full confidence.Read More
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The best pillows will have third party certifications like GOTS (Global Organic Latex Standard), Greenguard Gold, GOLS (Global Organic Latex Standard) and Eco Institut.
Natural pillows are typically made of Kapok tree fibre, latex, down and wool. Latex pillows can either be solid dunlop or talalay latex, shredded latex or latex ribbons. Pillows are available in a variety of sizes including standard, queen and king. Savvy Rest makes a body pillow, which is available in Kapok, shredded latex, wool and wool-latex.
Check out the most complete comparison chart of natural latex mattresses online today. You can sort this chart by mattress type. Natural mattresses fall into two basic types: latex core and hybrid. The hybrid mattress has a layer of individually wrapped coils as a base layer, whereas the latex core will use several layers of latex to achieve the desired thickness.
You can also sort the chart by mattress thickness. Press the little arrow on the header of the chart to sort the table for mattress type (latex core or hybrid) or by thickness.
Check out the many articles and reviews of individual natural latex mattresses. You’ll find these below the natural latex mattress comparison chart.
The Pure Green by Sleep On Latex presents a breakthrough in comfort and durability and has raised the bar for latex mattresses. Its GOTS-Certified Cotton and GOTS-Certified Organic New Zealand Wool are a testament offer the best there is in terms of quality and craftsmanship.Read More
The Plushbeds Botanical Bliss natural latex mattress is a latex core mattress that is third-party certified to be free of toxic chemicals and VOC’s. Additionally, the cover is zippered so you can access the inner layers and customize the firmness.Read More
The Spindle natural latex mattress features three 3-inch layers of Dunlop natural latex foam. This all-natural bed has a zippered cover, which means that you can switch around the inner layers to get a different firmness.Read More