Natural Wool (EcoWool) Filled Mattress Pads

Our natural wool filled mattress pads are made from untreated, natural wool called Eco Wool. The growers are restricted from using chemical pesticides, herbicides, antibiotics, and hormones, and they adhere to sustainability and cruelty free standards. The process this natural wool is put through has been certified organic by Oregon Tilth. This wool has been processed without the use of synthetic or artificial chemicals or fibers. You can read more about our EcoWool using the "latex & wool info" link at the bottom of the page. Wool is naturally fire resistant so no fire retardant chemicals are used or needed with these pads. Our natural, untreated wool is certified by Oregon Tilth.

The wool in these pads is covered in 100% organic cotton European fabric (certified organic by GOTS) on both sides and tufted throughout for great, long lasting, very breathable pads. Use these pads to soften your mattress and help keep your body temperature regulated throughout the night. Natural Elastic Straps. Made in the U.S.A.

This pad comes in two different thicknesses; 3/4 inch and 1.5 inch.

Wool filled mattress pads provide the perfect temperature-controlled sleeping environment.

Wool produces warmth in winter without overheating, and—believe it or not—keeps you cooler on summer nights because of its natural moisture-wicking properties. Evaporation of moisture is our body's natural way of keeping cool. Wool helps this process along by drawing moisture from the body during sleep, absorbing it into cells, and reducing skin temperature. When you're cooler, you toss and turn less often, and sleep more soundly in a deeper REM state. Where does all that moisture go? The average sleeper gives off nearly a pint of water vapor in an eight-hour sleep period. Wool can absorb up to 30% of its own weight without feeling damp or clammy. The cells of wool fibers are porous, so they quickly and efficiently absorb and evaporate moisture—unlike down, which actually holds moisture and can create mildew.

Wool Is Hypoallergenic

Wool is resistant to bacteria, mold, and mildew, which can trigger allergic reactions in some people. People with chemical sensitivities can also sleep without suffering if the wool is untreated. Dust-mite allergens are the leading trigger for asthma attacks, but dust mites need moisture to survive, so they don't like wool.

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