Natural, Eco-Friendly Organic Pillows & Nontoxic Organic Pillowcases
The mindful approach to peaceful sleep starts with super soft hypoallergenic pillows & pillow cases. Woven from eco conscious organic bamboo, silk & linen.
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Set up your bedroom sanctuary with pure, minimally processed organic pillows that feel good on your skin and in your soul. Our ethically sourced organic bedding essentials feature nature’s finest fibers to craft a beautiful bedroom sanctuary. Better yet, rest well knowing that the best organic pillows and natural bedding are not only good for you but also are made from sustainable materials and good for the planet.
Why Choose Organic Pillows & Pillowcases?
We spend 8 hours a day sleeping in bed! When it comes to pillows, there are a lot of options out there. If you're looking for eco-friendly pillows that are natural and hypoallergenic, then you'll want to check out organic pillows and organic bamboo pillowcases. Wondering why?
The best organic pillows are made with natural materials like bamboo, cotton, wool or latex, which means they're free of harsh chemicals and pollutants. And because they're organic, they're also hypoallergenic, making them a great choice for people with allergies or sensitivities.
Organic non toxic pillows are essential to living a wellness integrated lifestyle, which includes making a conscious effort to avoid chemical fire retardants, dyes made from heavy metals and foams that off-gas formaldehyde. Believe it or not, standard and conventional bed pillows and pillowcases often contain these hazardous chemicals; not a good thing to put your face on and breathe for 8 hours a night.
Wondering what the other benefits are for switching to the best natural organic pillows for sleeping? For starters, organic cotton pillows are no longer considered the best in terms of softness. Organic bamboo pillow cases are super soft and silky which is helpful for deterring those bedtime tangles and morning bedhead.
Plus bamboo is a sustainable material that's naturally resistant to bacteria and mold, making it a great option for people who suffer from allergies or skin sensitivities. In fact natural bamboo, organic linen and silk pillowcases are all wonderful fabrics that are extremely soft and absorbent and won't irritate your skin like synthetic fabrics can.
Be sure to pay attention to what stuffing is used inside your bed pillows (and decorative pillows, too). Ethically sourced organic goose down pillow inserts, organic cotton pillow stuffing, and premium all natural mulberry silk are among the best pillow fillers for a healthy home. Two other filling options that provide additional head and neck support are organic memory foam pillow inserts (just make sure the label says organic latex pillow or all natural latex), and organic buckwheat pillows.
The Benefits of Organic Bamboo, Silk & Linen Pillows
Most people don't think about the materials their pillows and pillowcases are made of, but if you suffer from allergies or have skin sensitivities, it can make a big difference. Traditional pillows are often made from synthetic materials that can contain pollutants and chemicals that off-gas into the air, causing respiratory problems like asthma, skin rashes and other health issues.
Organic pillows, on the other hand, are made from natural materials like organic bamboo, silk, cotton and linen that are free of harmful toxins. In addition, organic pillows are much more eco friendly than traditional pillows, as they are made from sustainable renewable plant-sourced materials that require less energy and resources to produce.
Let’s think about this for a moment. Most of us spend about a third of our lives asleep, so it makes sense that we would want to create the most healthy and eco friendly sleep environment possible. That's where an organic pillow case and pillow come in! The face and skin are some of the most sensitive skin areas on our bodies. Non toxic pillow inserts, coverlets, and pillowcases should be made from materials like bamboo, silk, and linen that are grown without the use of pesticides or other harmful chemicals. This means they're not only better for the environment, but also for your health and your family’s wellbeing.
Here's some more food for thought. Most of us have heard of Teflon, the nonstick coating on pots and pans. The coating is made from PFOS and PFOA (perflourinated chemicals, otherwise known as C8) which was developed and marketed as a state-of-the-art nonstick additive decades ago. While C8 was originally marketed for cookware and bakeware, it has since been incorporated into a myriad of home products such as waterproof clothing, upholstery that’s advertised as wrinkle free, stain resistant fabrics, self cleaning ovens, sofas, bedding, carpets, rugs, high heat ironing board pads, and the list goes on.
Even though these chemicals are still in the majority of peoples homes and are still on the market, C8 has been linked to causing cancers, liver dysfunction, reduced immune response, thyroid disease, and a laundry list of other ailments. PFOA and PFAS are called forever chemicals since they do not break down overtime in the environment. Not only are these chemicals readily found in mattresses and bedding but also in most pillows and pillowcases.
So when you’re looking to upgrade your bedding ensemble, choose eco friendly hypoallergenic pillows with an organic pillowcase set. They’re better for the environment, hypoallergenic, and you can rest happy knowing that your decision is helping to make our planet a better place for everyone.
What Color and Size Organic Pillow is Best?
Bed pillows for sleeping usually come in two sizes: standard and king. For a king size bed, you’ll want to choose two organic pillows that are king size as well as a king size set of organic bamboo, silk or linen pillowcases. While king size pillows are the same 20” depth, they tack on an additional 7” for the width, making them excellent cuddle pillows, too.
For a queen size bed, go with two standard size natural pillows.
If you’re looking to outfit a full size bed / double bed or a twin bed, each can accommodate a single king size pillow, or a single standard sized pillow.
Be sure to also think about personal wants and needs when choosing a natural pillow for cozy bedtime slumber. For example, a child or smaller person may prefer a standard size pillow. And if you’re needing some additional pillow support between your legs while sleeping at night, a standard pillow or even a lumbar pillow will work great for aligning your hips for more comfortable sleep.
Lastly, when it comes to colors, keep the color palette neutral, especially if fabric dyes tend to irritate your skin. Cream, white, light grey and birch organic pillow colors generally have less dyes.
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