Wool duvets are a natural, eco-friendly, and sustainable option for your bed. They’re incredibly light, warm, and comfortable, and they’ll keep you feeling refreshed throughout the night.
They’re also highly breathable, which means they won’t trap moisture and cause night sweats or clammy sensations. Plus, their lanolin coating helps prevent the growth of mould and mildew.
If you’re looking for a warm duvet, wool is an excellent option. Unlike feathers or down, wool is able to wick away moisture and regulate body temperature so you stay warm in winter and cool in summer.
This makes wool duvets ideal for those who suffer from night sweats or hot flashes. They also help reduce common allergies as they’re naturally antimicrobial and dust mite resistant.
While wool duvets are heavier than a feather and down duvet, they have better thermal properties which allow them to adapt to the temperature of your body throughout the night. They’re also perfect for those who have multiple bed partners as one duvet can adapt to each person’s body temperature.
Wool duvets are incredibly breathable and are known for their ability to keep you cool during hot nights. This is because wool wicks away moisture and keeps your body warm by insulating your skin.
They are also a great choice for couples as they create your own micro-climate to help each person maintain their own comfortable temperature throughout the night.
They are also naturally hygienic because they repel bacteria, mold, and mildew. This is important because it helps prevent common allergies. Plus, wool is the only bedding solution to hold the Allergy UK Seal of Approval.
Wool duvets are naturally resistant to stains and soiling. They have microscopic scales that disperse light, preventing dirt from embedding into the fibers.
The natural lanolin coating on the surface of the wool also helps to resist staining and soiling. However, spills and stains can still be difficult to remove when the substance soaks into the wool fibers.
Our wool is treated with a non-toxic detergent and then sanitized for dust mites. This makes our wool bedding hypoallergenic and a safe choice for those with allergies to polyester or other artificial fibers.
Wool batting is light in weight and does not lie heavily on the sleeper like down or feather comforters. This makes it ideal for people who want to sleep in a duvet without feeling too hot or cold.
The moisture management of wool duvets is exceptional, with the natural ability to wick away sweat to make for a cooler and more comfortable sleeping environment. This helps prevent overheating and clammy sleep that can disrupt your sleep.
This is a key feature that differentiates wool from synthetic and down-filled duvets, which can trap moisture and cause overheating and night sweats.
Another important factor in the moisture management of wool is its ability to breathe, which also aids with regulating body temperature. In addition, the scales on the surface of wool fibres help to trap heat and keep you warmer than other synthetic duvets or down-filled options.
These properties mean that wool is often more comfortable to sleep in than synthetic or down-filled duvets, especially if you’re suffering from allergies. Unlike down and feather duvets, which are often full of dust mites and bacteria that can trigger common health issues such as asthma, wool is fully hypoallergenic.
Wool duvets have a number of benefits that make them environmentally friendly and incredibly sustainable. They are also biodegradable and can be composted or recycled.
Wool is a naturally breathable material that self-regulates temperature. This helps your body maintain an even sleeping temperature, helping to avoid overheating or overcooling while you sleep.
A wool duvet also draws moisture away from your skin and keeps you drier throughout the night, reducing chances of waking up with a clammy sweat.
The wool used in our duvets is sourced from British farms that are GOTS certified, which means that it meets strict environmental criteria both in the farming (no chemical pesticide use) and processing stages (no toxic chemicals in water run-off). When you buy a wool duvet you know that you are making a positive impact on the environment.