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Benefits of Sleeping with Wool



Hypoallergenic. Wool is resistant to bacteria, mold and mildew that can trigger allergic reactions in many people.

Balanced thermal insulation properties. Wool regulates itself to individual body temperature and really is warm in winter while cool in summer.

Absorbs harmful pollutants. Wool is often used in interiors can help purify the air. only does wool absorb many harmful pollutants from the air, it does not re-emit them.

Dust mite Resistant. Dust mite allergens are one of the triggers for asthma attacks. Dust mites need moisture to survive. Wool has microscopic pores that respond effectively to changes in humidity making it unfavorable for the growth and breeding of the house dust mite.

Anti-static. Wool generates very little static electricity because of the its natural fibres. Static attracts lint, dirt, and dust, so its anti-static properties keep it much cleaner for longer.

Easily Cleaned. Wool fabrics clean easily because the outside surface of the wool fibre consists of a series of overlapping scales (similar to the feathers on a bird), which means that dirt sits on the surface of the fibre, making it easy to remove.

Eco-friendly and Sustainable. When it's 'out with the old' wool will naturally biodegrade. It is a totally natural product, entirely renewable and sustainable. And it is 100% biodegradable - a very important feature in a world that is increasingly concerned about the environment.

Naturally Renewable. What could be more natural than wool? Each year sheep produce a fleece, which makes wool a natural and renewable resource. As yet, no one has been able to reproduce the properties of wool synthetically.

For all of our wool accessories, please visit our factory showroom or browse our Pillows & Accessories product listing.

Posted 2015-11-18 11:17:13 by admin


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