organic bed linen
The synthetic fibers polyester, nylon, and acrylic are made from petrochemicals, which are non-renewable resources. The use of petrochemicals in bed linens contributes to the environmental hazards associated with petroleum and coal exploration and processing. These hazards include disruption of land and ocean habitats and pollution of water supplies. Rayon, which is often combined with other fibers, is made from wood pulp that has been treated with chemicals, including caustic soda and sulphuric acid. Read more bedding facts here.
When you sleep, let your body breathe naturally with chemical-free, natural fibre organic cotton and hemp bed linen that promotes a healthy, comfortable and peaceful rest such as the organic linen available at Biome Eco Stores. Everything Free also have some organic baby bedding options.