Organic and All Natural Fibers Create Healthy Bedding
When you've made the decision to design a healthy and safe sleeping environment for your family, the finishing touch is all natural or organic bedding. Nothing comes into closer contact with your body while sleeping than your bedding, and natural fibers, free from chemical fire-retardants, will surround you in a comfortable, non-toxic embrace.
At FoamSource, we have received a very positive response on our bedding products from Sleep and Beyond. We offer a wide range of products with both organic and natural fibers, all free from pesticides, harmful dyes and carcinogenic chemicals.
Both their GOTS and USDA Organic certified wool or cotton products, and the 100% natural wool and cotton products, also carry Okeo-Tex certifications, and are tested to be free of arsenic, VOC’s and other carcinogenic chemicals.
Wool is the world's finest thermoregulator...
When it comes to all natural mattress pads and toppers, the qualities of wool are unmatched. Wool is a unique insulator which will keep you warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, which it accomplishes by wicking away body moisture while you sleep.
Wool is highly breathable and fire resistant, and will absorb moisture while still remaining dry to the touch, making wool the perfect fiber for mattress pads, as well as wool comforters.
Because of wool’s ability to effectively manage moisture, odor-causing bacteria don’t have the moist environment they need to thrive. You can sleep on wool for extended periods of time without having to worry about odor.
Free from pesticides...
Quality organic and all natural cotton sheet just feel right, comfortable on your body, and free from the pesticides and chemicals used to color and finish conventional sheets, which may include formaldehyde, chlorine bleach, carcinogenic and allergy-inducing dyes and heavy metals.
Both our organic cotton and all natural sheets sets protect your health by avoiding conventional cotton, which is one of the most chemically intensive crops in the world. 7 of the 15 pesticides commonly used on cotton in the United States carry warning for human carcinogens by the Environmental Protection Agency.