Raw materials of our natural bedding products

Cotton

cotton

‘Cotton’ is one of the oldest and most widely used plant fibres – and this is for good reason...

Camel hair

Camel hair

Camel hair is one of the most precious, commercially usable animal hairs. We use the very fine camelhair down hairs...

Kapok fibres

Kapok fibres

Kapok is the name of the seed hair of the kapok tree (Ceiba pentadra) which can grow up to 50m high...


Cashmere wool

Cashmere wool

Cashmere wool is a very fine and soft natural fibre collected from the underfur of the cashmere goat...

Coconut fibres

Coconut fibres

The fibre of the coconut (coir) is a very sturdy plant fibre that protectively surrounds the core of the coconut...

Natural latex

Natural latex

Natural rubber (cao ocha or the tears of the tree) is harvested from latex, the milky sap of the latex tree that originates from Brazil...


Horsehair

Horsehair

The term ‘Horsehair’ describes the shorter and tougher body hairs and also the mane of the horse...

Pure new wool

Pure new wool

Wool collected from living sheep is referred to as Pure New Wool...

Tencel® cellulose

Tencel

Tencel® is a synthetic plant fibre derived from wood with good micro-climate balancing properties...


Swiss pine

Swiss pine

Swiss Pine is a very special tree with amazing properties that grows in the alpine region...