The truth is, that ‘new mattress smell’ is actually toxic chemicals being released into the air in your bedroom. By considering the possible impacts to our air quality, we can mitigate the risk VOCs pose to our health.
This Earth Day at Naturepedic, we’re advocating for widespread use of sustainable, chemical-free materials in mattresses and transparency in organic claims.
Unfortunately, for the conscious parent, phthalates are hidden chemicals lurking in several consumer products, which not only post a threat to their health, but their overall development.
If you’ve never thought about the make-up of your mattress, you’re probably sleeping on some combination of these 4 toxic materials every night. Here’s why you should avoid them.
Not all certifications are created equal. To be a truly organic product, the textiles must be certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard, or GOTS. Here’s what you need to know about GOTS.
Gone are the days when the furnishings in our homes were made with products of the earth. Now, they’re made “fire-safe” by being doused in petroleum and chemicals. Knowing about these toxic chemicals is the first step in avoiding them.
Have you ever wondered what’s really inside of your mattress? At Naturepedic, we care deeply about the materials used to make our mattresses — and think you should, too. Let’s explore some of the chemicals in the typical modern mattress.
Did you know cotton is the world's most chemically treated crop? Learn why organic cotton is mother nature's best for you to get the sweetest dreams.