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Organic Mattress - Buying Guide -What Makes a Mattress Truly Organic?
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Organic Mattress - Buying Guide -What Makes a Mattress  Truly Organic?
  • What Makes a Mattress Truly Organic? We spend one-third of our lives sleeping—do you ever wonder what goes into the mattress that you’re sleeping on? In this guide, we’ll show you everything you need to know about buying an organic mattress, and why it is one of the best investments you can make for the health and comfort of you and your loved ones.

What Goes Into My Organic Mattress?

100% GOTS certified organic cotton, GOTS certified cruelty-free wool™, GOLS certified Dunlop latex, and recycled steel coils. We discuss where we source these materials, and why they were selected for our Organics mattresses.

Mattress Certifications.

Certifications are issued by independent, third-party authorities who verify the safety and healthfulness of mattress materials. Certifications help consumers make better informed purchases. Below are the two most recognized certifications used for organic mattresses.

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)

  • The GOTS is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibers, including ecological and social criteria.
  • It is backed up by independent certifications of the entire textile supply chain.
  • A product carrying the GOTS label grade ‘organic’ must contain a minimum of 95% certified organic fibers.
  • Learn about it more on https://global-standard.org/.

GOLS (Global Organic Latex Standard)

  • The GOLS is the global standard for organic latex addressing criteria for natural rubber from certified organic plantations.
  • It features permissible limits for harmful substances, emission test requirements and polymer and filler percentages.
  • A product carrying the GOLS label must contain more than 95% of certified organic raw material.
  • Learn about it more on https://certifications.controlunion.com.

      

Mattress Certifications.

Certifications are issued by independent, third-party authorities who verify the safety and healthfulness of mattress materials. Certifications help consumers make better informed purchases. Below are the two most recognized certifications used for organic mattresses.

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)

  • The GOTS is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibers, including ecological and social criteria.
  • It is backed up by independent certifications of the entire textile supply chain.
  • A product carrying the GOTS label grade ‘organic’ must contain a minimum of 95% certified organic fibers.
  • Learn about it more on https://global-standard.org/.

GOLS (Global Organic Latex Standard)

  • The GOLS is the global standard for organic latex addressing criteria for natural rubber from certified organic plantations.
  • It features permissible limits for harmful substances, emission test requirements and polymer and filler percentages.
  • A product carrying the GOLS label must contain more than 95% of certified organic raw material.
  • Learn about it more on https://certifications.controlunion.com
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One Size Doesn’t Fit All –

Pick Your Unique Fit

We offer 14 different handcrafted mattresses; each one unique in comfort, designed for a particular feel and proper support. We will go more in-depth into the different factors you should consider when picking your perfect mattress. 

 Materials

The materials that make up a mattress deeply affect your quality of sleep. This is especially true if you or your loved ones suffer from sensitivities. For example, if you have skin allergies, you should make sure the materials are resistant to dust mites and mold. 

Durability

The number of layers and how they are bound together affect the durability of a mattress. At Ivy Organics, we use multiple layers of wool and canvas to hold the various decks of materials together. This allows our mattresses to maintain their integrity and ensure that they have a long lifespan.

Size: 

The size of the mattress depends on your height, personal preference, and room size. Below are the standard sizes: We can also make special sizes.

                   

Firmness

                   

                   

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