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By having organic products, eco-friendly products and bamboo viscose fabric products available to our customers is helping with the "protect Mother Earth" movement.
This movement's goal is to protect the environment, preserving natural resources, and reducing pollution to our environment.

Why Bamboo?
Bamboo regenerates itself naturally without any pesticides. It is by far the best sustainable plant and its fiber offer the following natural features

  • It is 100% biodegradable.
  • It is neutral in acidity-alkalinity ensures no environmental pollution.
  • Contains natural anti-bacteria agent with anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and odor-resistant characteristics.
  • Contains micro-gaps and micro-holes providing three times more absorbency than cotton.
  • Its moisture permeability is best for active wear and baby wear providing cool in summer and warm in winter characteristics.
  • Bamboo viscose fiber is hypoallergenic - preventing skin allergies and irritations.
  • Bamboo viscose fiber's capacity for UV resistance is 417 times higher than cotton.
  • Its extraordinary softness and silkiness are comparable to silk or cashmere.


Why Organic Cotton?
Conventional cotton uses substantial pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. Buying organic products is our contribution to support the environmental movement.

  • Cotton is grown with natural fertilizer through crop rotation building
    healthy soil and retaining minerals.
  • Cotton is grown from seeds that are not genetically modified.
  • Weed is controlled with natural means without toxic pesticides.
  • Relies / stimulates defoliation via seasonal freeze / water management.
  • Has a lower carbon footprint than conventional cotton.
  • Does not compromise farmers or workers health and helps
    reduce environmental pollution.


Why Wool?
Top 10 Reasons to Sleep on Wool Posted on January 15, 2020 First Time Shopping for Wool Bedding? Then, here are our favorite Top 10 Reasons to Sleep on Wool™, The Nature’s Wonder Fiber!
  • Allergy Factor
  • Wool is naturally resistant to dust mites, mold and mildew as it
    quickly wicks away the moisture.
  • Thermal Factor
  • Wool is a natural insulator, like a thermos for the body.
    Sleep warm in winter and cool in summer.
  • Health Factor
  • Wool helps you maintain a lower and more consistent heart rate
    indicating sleeping on wool may provide a deeper, more restful sleep.
  • Comfort Factor
  • Wool helps to relieve the pressure points as it recovers up to 95%
    of its shape when compressed.
  • Rejuvenation Factor
  • Sleeping on wool increases the duration of the most beneficial
    phase of sleep known as REM (rapid eye movement). Less
    time is spent tossing and turning.
  • Safety Factor
  • Wool is naturally flame resistant and is one of the safest and
    healthiest choices for bedding..
  • Perspiration Factor
  • The average person can lose up to three pints of moisture during
    sleep. Wool quickly wicks away the moisture without making your
    bedding feel cold or clammy.
  • Eco Factor
  • Wool is a renewable, sustainable and biodegradable fiber that is
    sheared from sheep.
  • Shock Factor
  • Wool does not promote static electricity or static cling.
  • Longevity Factor
  • Wool bedding is a healthier choice to sleep on as it offers you the
    lowest cost and the best comfort for years to come.
  • Your wool enthusiasts at Sleep & Beyond
  • Conventional cotton uses substantial pesticides and synthetic
    fertilizers. Buying organic products is our
    contribution to support the environmental movement.


Why Hemp ?
Hemp has a long history, has been in use since 770AD. In addition to the versatility as a plant, it is known to have the longest and strongest fiber.

Hemp uses 1/20th the amount of water to grow and process compare to conventional cotton.

Hemp is more resistant to insects, and its growth usually suffocates the weed and consequently pesticides and fertilizers become obsolete.

Like organic cotton, hemp is harvested and processed by hand to keep people employed.

In Canada and England, hemp is used as a rotation crop to improve the soil condition and improve crop productivity.

  • Hemp derived fabric drapes like linen.
  • hemp derived fabric is more water-absorbent than cotton; it will retain dye better than any other fabric, keeping the colors from fading better than others.
  • Hemp derived fabric also has a porous characteristic that allows it to breathe, keeping you cool in the summer.
  • And like bamboo viscose fabric and wool, hemp derived fabric is warmer in cooler weather.
  • Hemp derived fabric filters UV light, it resists bacterial growth.
  • Hemp derived fabric is four times stronger than cotton. It is also more absorbent than cotton.