3 ways to Green Your Bedding
The chemicals that come into contact with conventional bedding long before you climb in for the night are an eco- and health-conscious nightmare. Wake up to earth- and people-safe bedding made from eco-friendly, untreated fibers. When it comes to sheets, comforters, blankets, and mattress covers, alternative fibers are often the best choice as they require less water than organic cotton. But if bamboo or soy sheets aren't available, organically-produced wool and cotton are really great alternatives to conventional bedding.
Hemp and bamboo are two of a long list of alternatives to conventional cotton bedding whose production uses fewer resources and agricultural chemicals.
By choosing organic textiles, you'll encourage more farmers to employ environmentally friendly farming methods.
Resting your head on a plump pillow stuffed with natural fibers, like wool or natural latex, is better for the environment and may even give you a better night’s sleep.