Thursday, 26 January 2017


Using organic cotton sheet set is a healthier & Best choice if you are allergic. Although you may think that all cotton is natural and Organic, as it is grown on a plant, not all cotton is equal. Cotton is grown on a plant, and while most of you may not have thought about the subject, there is a main difference in Organic Cotton Sheets as the growing methods are very different.
Organic cotton sheets are becoming more available, and the range of different organic bedding products has expanded along with the growth in the number of farms.
Organic Bedding Benefits:
Is hypoallergenic
Helps to absorb moisture from the body during sleep
Regulates body temperature
Does not contain dust mites
Helps people sleep better
No chemical residues.
It’s very affordable.
Quality & Durability
This is a natural health approach that may help you, especially if you have been searching for how to sleep better. I do believe that an organic living is a better living but sometimes it does not always fit into our budgets, or we simply might even second guess our selves before the purchase.
The Purity 100 Percent Organic Cotton Sheets are organically made for the purest and most natural sleeping experience & you can rest assured knowing that you are sleeping on chemical free, 100 Percent organic cotton sheets. The texture of the cotton is quite sleek & soft and it became even softer after the primary wash.
Organic and natural sheets are becoming more available, and the range of different Organic Bedding products has expanded along with the growth in the number of farms. If you haven't thought about this before, it is important in the future for you to make a decision that is clean and green as well as being good for your well-being long term. It will be best for your health & better for the environment.

Monday, 2 January 2017

What is off-gassing? Why should we care?

Off-gassing are the chemical from manufactured products that emits into the air.
There are limited definite studies that are conclusive–however, there are still many reasons to be aware of the dangers of off-gassing. Testimonies and anecdotal reports from customers strongly suggests there’s a link between off-gassing and health. (1)
We want to specifically address off-gassing from beds because of how much time we spend a night on our beds. That’s a long time in close proximity to off-gassing chemicals.
People believe after the products initially air out and the smell is barely noticeable, the chemical have completely disappeared into the air. That’s not true. (2)
The longer we own a mattress, the more the toxic compounds can break down over time, which doesn’t always have a noticeable odor. (2) Health risks become real at this point.
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Findings for health concerns:

  • Disrupting hormone levels in thyroidStudies found flame retardants, like PBDE affect the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is located in front of your neck and takes care of your metabolism, heart and digestion function, bone maintenance, brain development, and muscle control. (3)

  • Affecting neuronal pathway. Pathways in your  brain is affected by the flame retardant, PBDE, according to studies. It can affect development, learning, and memory.

  • Brain dysfunction. Chemical exposure lead to poorer quality of life and neurocognitive impairment. It may lead to disorders that affect the brain including memory and attention.

  • Reducing Fertility. Studies show increase levels of PBDE flame retardants were associated with pregnancy. It could take even longer to achieve a successful pregnancy.

  • Exacerbating Allergies. Off gassing can make asthma worse. It ranges from puffy eyes, red and watery eyes, runny nose, congestion, coughing, and skin irritation.

  • Asthma and other respiratory problems.

Of course any health effects depend entirely on particular chemicals involved, chemical concentration, and how long the exposure.

What to do?

Ideally, buying new organic or all natural bedding will significantly reduce the chance of off-gassing and its effect.
However, it’s not just the mattresses, Bugs like cotton too.  
It’s important to take precaution on other bedding as well, especially those with cotton.
Twenty-five percent of agricultural chemicals are used to grow cotton. And these residual insecticides are with us while we sleep. Every night.  (1)
Organic 100% cotton makes a huge different in off-gassing. Other natural products and alternatives will include woollatex, bamboo, real down, and cotton
Teamed with Organic Textiles LCC, we do our best to decrease the toxicity and off-gassing for our customers, also protecting our own workers and manufacturers from toxicity.
To look more in depth of the descriptions of each one, click here.