In order to answer this question we must first look at what an unhealthy bed is. Conventional mattresses have labels letting us know the materials used, however these labels will not go to the next step of detailing what these materials are actually made of.
Take a look at your bed label. Does it contain polyurethane foam or polyester or other synthetic materials such as “flexi gel” or “memory foam”? These materials are made from petrochemicals with a combination of other chemicals including stabilizers, colourants, catalysts, adhesives, solvents and are finished with a “cocktail” of fire-retardants. Isocyanates, toluene diisocyanate, methylene chloride, polybrominated diphenyl ethers, boric acid, formaldehyde. Now of course, the chemical names may mean nothing, but toxic emissions in our bedroom are worth investigating.
What we are breathing in and absorbing through our skin during those precious resting hours is important to consider when looking for a ‘healthy bed’. A healthy bed is an organic one, with all natural materials which are free from harmful chemicals, allergens and crafted by people who are passionate about creating a pure environment for you to rest in.
Choose to sleep well on an organic, natural bed that offers contour support, exceptional comfort and a rejuvenating sleep. They are made of certified 100% natural latex and other natural materials such as wool, and coconut fibre. We hand make and sell directly to you – offering the best possible value for natural beds and mattresses.Read More About Our Natural Materials