Why Choose Organic Cotton?


For at least the past couple of decades, we’ve become more conscious of the food we eat to fuel our bodies and the personal care products we lather layer upon layer for that perfect glow. Before we stop there, have we ever thought about the sheets we curl ourselves into every night and what impact it has to our skin during the many hours of sleep?

Since our bodies make direct contact with these sheets, slumbering in organic bedding materials is essential for our long-term health. Above all, when they are of a hotel quality kind, the detailed touches make a dramatic difference in our overall resting comfort and peace of mind.

Here are 5 reasons to choose organic cotton bedding:

  1. A safer, cleaner and softer option for those with sensitive skin, processed with low impact chemicals and no synthetics so there are fewer chances for skin irritation.
  2. Organic cotton bedding inhabits breathable fiber components compared to synthetic fibers that traps heat.
  3. During organic farming, cotton is grown using proven methods and processes to manage lower environmental harms, like reducing the use of water during the production process compared to traditional practice.
  4. There is no usage of harsh dyes and colourants, which can contain heavy metal contents.
  5. Organic cotton bedding stands up to wear and tear better than their conventional counterparts because it does not use harsh chemical treatments like wrinkle-resistant coating or flame retardants.

    You can sleep soundly and safely knowing that our Organic Cotton collection is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) and OEKO-TEX.

    Known internationally as the “green” standard to which organic cotton textiles are produced, the GOTS certification covers the requirements across the entire supply chain —from fibre to garment completion. It limits the use of toxic bleaches, dyes, and other harmful chemicals during the production of textiles.

    With the OEKO-TEX product testing system, it assures the safety of textiles so that they pose no risk to human health.