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Safe Bedding Materials for You and Your Children


Studies show that, on average, we’ll spend at least one-third of our lives in bed. The problem is that few of us think about the safety and materials used in our bedding. Many of us have heard about the amount of harmful chemicals allowed in mattresses, but there’s still not much awareness about the possible toxins hidden in bed linens. I am talking about sheets, quilts, duvets, feather beds, pillows, mattress covers, and the like.  All these bedding goods may contain harmful chemicals (formaldehyde, plus others) that can affect your health while you sleep. Sounds scary? Well, there is a way to avoid these toxic exposures by becoming knowledgeable and proactive about what types of bedding you purchase.   

What’s the problem?

Sleep is the time our bodies repair and rejuvenate. So doesn’t it make sense that the very materials we sleep on can influence that process?  Imagine the chemicals contained in your sheets, pillows or covers being absorbed by your body all night long?  Can’t be a good thing. If you have trouble sleeping or waking up not refreshed, you might want to consider the linens you are sleeping on.   

How to choose the best and safest bedding materials

  1. Choose only 100% natural fibers to sleep in, including: cotton, linen, silk and wool. These allow your skin to breathe while naturally taking moisture away from your body.
  2. Look for linens that are certified organic as well as 100% natural.  The materials used should be eco-friendly and made in a sustainable manner.
  3. Avoid synthetic fibers, like satin sheets for example, which may feel good to the touch but are treated with chemicals and do not allow your skin to breathe.  
  4. Avoid mixed/blended fibers. These might look and feel like cotton or silk, but often they’re mixed with synthetic fibers to improve the texture and reduce costs for the manufacturer.
  5. Avoid all chemically treated sheets which bear the names:
    1. Anti-static
    1. Easy-care
    1. Wrinkle-free
    1. Shrinkage-free

These types of bedding materials release toxic formaldehyde which is considered a carcinogen by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and should be avoided if possible. That said, now may be the time to see if making a switch to healthier bedding materials would be the best way to proceed for yourself and your family.

Whether you are looking for sheets, pillows, duvet, toppers, blankets, or comforters, you can count on the following merchants to provide the very best.  Check them out! It’s your health!

Cool to the Touch and Pampering the Skin

Eucalypso’s has created a line of revolutionary bedding materials woven with eucalyptus fibers for a clean, comfortable, eco-friendly home. No harmful chemicals, no toxins, just pure eucalyptus. Eucalypso is 2x softer, 3x more breathable, 10x more comfortable than cotton bedding.

Sustainability is our Core

Our bedding is earth-friendly, skin-friendly, vegan, cruelty-free, non-toxic, and responsibly sourced. When you purchase from us, know that you are contributing to a better, more sustainable future for generations to come. Simply Organic Bamboo is proud to provide luxuriously soft, premium bedding expertly crafted from organically grown bamboo viscose. From sheets, comforters and mattress pads, to quilts, throw blankets, and sleep masks – we have you covered so you can dream well, and wake refreshed.

Handmade By Skilled Artisans

All of our product lines include all American raw materials whenever possible. Over the years, White Lotus Home has maintained a simple, two-fold objective: to offer products that are non-threatening to the planet and its inhabitants, and to educate consumers about the benefits of natural bedding. 

Since our mattresses, pillows, and bedding are made with pure and natural ingredients, White Lotus Home provides more than a good night’s rest — we provide peace of mind for the Earth-conscious consumer.

Incredibly Soft Bamboo Bedding

YALA is a women – owned, women – led small business that produces incredibly soft bamboo bedding, sleepwear, and loungewear. Why Bamboo?  One, it leaves a gentle footprint on the planet. To do so, every natural fabric available was considered and experimented with: Modal, tencel, organic cotton, recycled polyester, hemp, and flax all have their benefits and drawbacks. We prioritize comfort, quality, environmental sustainability, and social responsibility in every choice we make.

Non-Toxic Pillows!

Did you know that Memory Foam Pillows are made from harsh toxins! Many people do not realize that most memory foam pillows out-gas chemical fumes that may impact your sleep. We spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping and breathing in our bedroom, isn’t it time to rethink where we rest our head every night? With a mission to educate and provide a good night sleep, PureTree strives to make the best quality comfortable pillows made from nature. 

All visitors are strongly encouraged to discuss alternatives with their general health care provider before using any product, service, or modality appearing on this website. We review and curate holistic health products and services independently for you to have information for comparisons. In full disclosure, please note that some links on (or social media) are affiliate links for which we may receive a small commission if you click through those links and make a purchase from one of our partners. There is no extra cost to you.

Andy & Vinny DiLorenzo

About Us

As holistic dentists, we've recommended products and services that supported our patients’ health for decades. In experiencing our own health challenges from mercury toxicity, we worked closely with many natural, alternative, and integrative health practitioners who aided our recovery as well as our patients’. We built this site to provide you with a simple-to-use, comprehensive, informational, and functional resource for your physical, emotional, and spiritual health & well-being.

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