Sweet dreams are made of these organic cotton bed sheets

The focal point of any bedroom is, of course, the bed. Out of all of the furnishings in your home, the bed is the one you will spend the most time and which will have the most impact on your health and well-being.

If you're looking for that cool, soft, well rested feeling, nothing beats 100% certified organic cotton sheets. Most conventional cotton sheets are treated with chemicals (including chlorine, formaldehyde, and silicon) to keep them from shrinking, losing their shape, and wrinkling. Some are treated with alkalis to produce a sheen. This is not the case with Sheets on the Line's organic cotton bed linen which is certified organic and made to the highest standards. Another reason organic sheets are better for you is the quality. Organic cotton is grown and harvested in such a way that it is of a higher quality and the resulting product is incredibly soft and silky organic bed linen. It feels and looks better, often lasting longer than more traditional bed sheets, adding to the durability and longevity of the linen's lifespan.

Biome has also started stocking pure linen sheets sets and quilt covers. The linen is organically grown and is naturally hypoallergenic and antibacterial, making it an ideal bedding fabric. Linen's unique cellular structure is extremely strong and surprisingly heavy; while at the same time, it is also cooler against the skin than almost any other natural fiber. This is because moisture passes so easily through its hollow fibers, allowing for even greater absorbency than cotton and outstanding thermo dynamic properties. This beautiful bed linen is designed locally in Brisbane, Australia and is made from the highest quality natural linen, the world's oldest and most luxurious fibre. Hemp is another natural fibre that is popular. You can learn about the features of organic cotton, hemp and linen sheets here.

How to create a healthy bedroom sanctuary

Care for you organic bed linen by using a biodegradable detergent. Create a calming sleep sanctuary and promote a sense of peace with soothing lavender and relaxing rose geranium essential oils by using Goodnight Co. Sleep Spray. Pillows should probably be replaced around every six to twelve months, according to the sleep experts. Perspiration, fluids, natural oils and skin flakes all find a home in your pillow after time, causing it to be the perfect habitat for dust mites, molds and mildews to thrive. These may cause aggravation to allergy and asthma sufferers and general discomfort to the user in the long term. You can also help prolong the life of your pillows, use an organic cotton pillow protector. Don't skimp on the pillows and cushions. You need at least three pillows on your bed for an ultra-plush experience. Try using a variety of different sized pillows and cushions for the ultimate in luxury eco chic comfort. Use a mosquito net to protect yourself and your family from creepy crawlies and pesky mosquitoes.


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