“Wool is one of the most resilient, ecological and sustainable natural fibres in the world, it is also one of the safest because it is so fireproof.” HRH the Prince of Wales
Wool Week is back and is commemorating its 5th year running, and here at Soak&Sleep we’re celebrating all things wool! Run by patron HRH The Price of Wales, this global campaign was initiated to showcase the shear delights and benefits of this amazing natural material. Since its launch, this scheme has brought together a community of fashion designers, consumers, wool growers, retailers and interior designers, and ultimately has resulted in a new international demand for wool.
So…why choose wool?
At Soak&Sleep we use wool for various products, including duvets, toppers, mattresses, and pillows which bleat the competition! Not only do we host a delicious menu of wool sleeping aids, we also have some beautiful wool accessories such as our new chunky knit and Provence style lambswool blend throw: these are perfect for creating a cosy and stylish look in any room, and we also sell the gorgeous slippers to lounge about it.
Having baaad sleep…?
The benefits of sleeping with wool is that it has a built in climate control, regulating body temperature, keeping you warm in the winter and nice and cool in the summer. Perfect for all seasons! Using a wool duvet has been proven to give you a more rested evening, with a whole 25% more stage 4 sleep, resulting in an altogether better you. J Sleeping with a partner? Sick of tossing and turning? With wool you can have the same duvet and both be at a perfect comfortable temperature…getting sheepy? Rest easy!
We’ve mentioned that wool is natural, and this also means that it is renewable, resistant to mould, repels moisture, and is eco-friendly and also long-lasting. Allergy sufferers, fear no more! Wool is naturally hypo-allergenic, and washable too.
A variety of our wool bedding products are made of 100% pure unbleached Australian Michell wool and are beautifully soft and breathable.
Ever slept with wool? New to the idea? We want to hear from ewe! What do you think of this natural fibre?