Why Cotton

The natural ‘ Wicking’ property of cotton may
be suitable for those who sleep hot.

By decreasing the number of synthetic layers used in the Cotton Pillowtop Mattress, it makes it ideal for hot sleepers and allergy sufferers.
Cotton is a natural fibre that resonates harmoniously with our bodies. When we surround ourselves with organic cotton we function and sleep at our optimum.

What does Wool offer ?

For centuries wool has been used as a comfort fibre.

Whether it has been in clothing or a sleeping surface, wool’s natural attributes have been tested and proven as a liveable fibre.
Wool is active and synthetic fibre are passive. Wool responds to fluctuations in body temperature. It offers warmth when cold, then when warm, it adjusts by absorbing and releasing up to 35% of its own weight in moisture. Ideal for those who sleep ‘HOT’.

Why Bamboo

Bamboo fibre has many excellent properties that make it ideal for processing into textiles

What people find most surprising is that bamboo fabric is exceptionally soft and light, almost silky in feel. This makes it breathable and cool to sleep on. It is also incredibly hydrophilic, absorbing more water than other conventional fibres such as cotton and polyester.
Bamboo is also very sustainable to grow as it does not require the use of pesticides and grows very quickly in favourable conditions. Bamboo fabric may have an anti-bacterial property that is maintained in fabric, meaning that bamboo fabric does not require the use of chemical antibacterial agents.
Bamboo fabric is more antistatic than other types of fabric and tends to perform better when it comes to odours, it has a natural deodorising property.