Posts tagged 'organic mattress'
Bedtime with little ones should be peaceful, comfortable, and most importantly, safe. Parents often ask, “What is the difference between an innerspring and a lightweight mattress?” If you’re weighing your options and don’t know which to choose, you’ve come to the right place. At Naturepedic, we take sleep seriously. If you’ve made it here, it’s most likely because you’ve realized the importance of putting your baby to sleep on a non-toxic, organic mattress. But which option is right for your baby? Let’s take a closer look to find out.
If you ever find that you wake up in the morning feeling unrested, it could be due to an interrupted night’s sleep as a result of having the wrong mattress. This dilemma inspired Naturepedic to create our EOS (Ergonomic Organic Sleep) range — a range of bespoke mattresses based on the concept of Customizable Sleep.
When my three-year-old released her inner "Poopcasso" on our brand new organic Naturepedic mattress with customized his-and-her sides, I honestly cried. It was the mattress of my dreams. I was able to laugh later when I was on the phone with the company and found out that I could order just the shell to replace. A new EOS pillowtop shell was soon on the way!
Have you ever questioned whether the sheets, pillows, and pillowcases you’re sleeping on every night are made with toxic materials? Here are 5 bedding staples that should always be 100% organic.
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.
Being aware of the most effective ways to care for your bed can help you keep your mattress hygienic, healthy, and promote comfortable sleep for as many years as possible.
As Black Friday and Cyber Monday approach, here are our insider tips on expertly navigating mattress sales to score the best organic deal.
Are you kind to yourself when it comes to your sleep? On World Kindness Day, here are a few ideas for using self-compassion at night to get to sleep earlier.
By getting deep, restorative sleep, you can ensure that your brain and body systems are able to repair, heal, and grow each night.
By understanding the link between inflammation and sleep, you can avoid tissue-damaging inflammation in the body and focus on restorative rest instead.