Organic Bedding
The Cazizo Family

The Cazizo Family

Sleeping is the one activity we will do the most in our entire life, which means making sure your bedding is as healthy for you and the environment as possible is crucial. Organic bedding, such as organic cotton, is free of chemicals and toxins so that you can sleep soundly knowing you are snuggling up with safest materials to sleep on have in contact with your skin.
This type of bedding is naturally hypoallergenic and is ideal for anyone who has sensitive skin that is easily irritated. In addition to being better for you, organic bedding it is better for the environment. Organic material is biodegradable, uses less water than synthetic materials to be manufactured, and is not made using pesticides. So, choosing to buy organic bedding means you are supporting companies that are doing their part to take care of the planet.
A great option for sheets are Coyuchi organic jersey sheets because they are made of 100% organic cotton and meet the Global Organic Textile Standard Certification (GOTS). In order to qualify for this, the company must pass several requirements set by an outside committee to ensure the products are being made in an environmentally friendly and chemical-free manner.
Choosing the right pillow is crucial to getting a good night’s rest and there are several options of materials when it comes to pillows. Savvy Rest sells a variety of pillows including pillows with wool, shredded natural latex, wool-latex blend, and Kapok fill. All of these options are unbleached and come with zipped inner casings that all you to take out or add more fill to suit your needs.
Sol Organics has a down comforter that is also GOTS certified and the company is products are made in Canada, so the carbon footprint is lower than products made oversees if you live in the U.S.
There are several options for organic bedding when it comes to blankets. Nature Soft Bedding offers a striped chenille herringbone blanket that is 100% cotton. They also have a waffle weave blanket which traps heat better than other options for the colder months!
One of the key things to keep in mind when you get organic bedding is that you need to take proper care of it to ensure its longevity. Make sure to use cold water, an eco-friendly detergent, avoid bleach, and tumble dry low or line dry so that your bedding will stand up to the test of time!