Organic mattresses have been around for more than 60 years now. While the term ‘organic’ definitely gives you a ‘go-green’ vibe, it should be noted that not all organic mattresses are equally natural. There are many key points that need to be understood before you invest in an organic mattress.
How Are Organic Mattresses Produced?
A 100 percent organic mattress means the cotton, wool, and latex used in it were not processed with any chemicals during production and were not grown or produced using pesticides. Naturally, this means that the cost of the cotton, wool, and latex used in here will be higher than the standard.
This is one of the reasons why 100 percent organic mattresses are rare. Most brands mix organic materials with inorganic stuff and claim their mattresses to be organic.