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Our natural wool

For over 15 years we’ve been responsibly harvesting Australian wool for our mattresses.

Meet merino

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Merino wool fibers are extremely fine, enabling them to bend far more than tradition, coarser wool fibers.  This makes Merino wool feel soft and luxuriously gentle next to your skin.

100% natural

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The wool we use is 100% natural and grown year-round by Australia’s 68 million sheep, consuming a simple blend of water, air, sunshine and grass.

100% renewable

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Every year Australian sheep produce a new fleece, making wool a completely renewable fiber.

100% biodegradable

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When wool fibers are disposed of, it will naturally decompose in soil in a matter of years, slowly releasing valuable nutrients back into the earth.

Wool faq's

If your wool is itchy or prickly, it’s because of the coarseness of the fiber it is made of, not the type of fiber.

Wool helps regulate your body temperature, keeping you in what is known as 'the thermal comfort zone' for longer.  You therefore not only fall asleep quicker, but also have deeper, less fragmented sleep.

Many textiles and fibers are made from carbon-based products, but only some, such as wool, are made from renewable atmospheric carbon. When disposed of, wool acts like a fertilizer by slowly releasing valuable nutrients and carbon back into the soil.

The most likely answer is no, according to a number of scientific studies confirming some wool can actually be beneficial to eczema sufferers.  In fact, in recent expert research challenges long-held misconceptions that all wool is itchy or acts as an allergen, and reveals that wool is beneficial to eczema sufferers.