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Latex has so many health benefits! From being naturally anti-microbial and anti-fungal to not releasing VOCs (volatile organic compounds), latex has so many clear perks! 

VOCs are gaseous compounds that come from 'off-gassing. Usually, the culprits are new memory foam mattresses.


These chemicals can have a range of negative health effects. From nose, eye, and throat irritation, to the slightly worse ongoing headache and nausea, to rare, damage to the liver and central nervous system, VOCs are hardly anything you want in your household. Especially if any of your household members are a vulnerable population, such as a child, the elderly, or anyone with a compromised immune system.


Latex mattresses are increasingly popular for their extreme comfort and durability, not to mention their eco-friendly design! Latex is an all-natural material, completely biodegradable and chemical-free!

Instead of off-gassing, latex mattresses give off a pleasant, natural smell, one many say is reminiscent of fresh vanilla! A far more pleasant smell than harmful chemicals!

The health benefits associated with sleeping on latex are uncountable, but simply the absence of VOCs is beneficial enough for many! 

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Material Benefits 

Certified to have fair rubber trade, all of our rubber is sourced ethically, and our producers are paid fair wages, and we have achieved sustainable and equitable trade relationships. We seek to promote greater equity in international trading partnerships through dialogue, transparency, and respect. By offering and securing the rights of marginalized producers and workers in developing countries, we can ensure that none of our products are made with exploitation or unpaid labor.

Our wool is cruelty-free, and sustainably harvested! Blended with cotton, it makes for a breathable, wicking, naturally flame resistant and warm cover!


Our cotton is entirely organic! Organic cotton produces around 46% less CO2 compared to conventional cotton. It also uses far less water to grow since organic cotton growers typically utilize rain far more than irrigation. 

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