Mattresses that use certified organic, sustainable materials are naturally hypoallergenic, free of toxins and are considered an Earth-friendly choice. Compare our top picks to help you narrow down your search and find the perfect spot to rest your head.
Natural Escape by My Green Mattress
Turn your bedroom into a clean, green, natural oasis.
The hybrid construction of the Natural Escape offers a dreamy blend of comfort and support, with added durability thanks to its new button-tufted design. This mattress features layers of GOTS-certified organic cotton, Dunlop latex , all-natural American eco-wool and a three-zone pocketed spring coil system. And you won't find any adhesives or chemical flame retardant in this bed.
Known for its customizable mattresses and personalized sleep quiz, Helix now offers a mattress that's designed with the eco-friendly sleeper in mind. Birch is made using natural latex, cotton and wool sustainably sourced from New Zealand. This mattress also features individual pocketed spring coils for added comfort and stability.
Made from 100% natural American Talalay latex, organic wool and an organic cotton cover, Zenhaven features a two-in-one design that lets you flip your mattress for a firmer or softer feel. Its open-cell structure also allows for optimal breathability to keep you comfortably cool while you sleep.
The Botanical Bliss mattress by PlushBeds features 100% natural latex, cotton and wool and is backed by a whopping nine organic certifications, including GOTS, GOLS, GreenGuard Gold, USDA organic, Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and more.
Thanks to its organic construction, this bed is naturally hypoallergenic and is free of chemicals, toxins and other harmful additives.
How will my sleep quality improve on an organic mattress?
Most organic mattresses are made of natural latex rather than foam. Latex can be more supportive and durable than some foam beds — plus, it’s naturally hypoallergenic. Organic mattresses are typically free of toxins, chemical fire retardants and adhesives.
Allergy sufferers, children and anyone who is looking for a natural, eco-friendly alternative to petrolatum-based foams could benefit from switching to an organic mattress.
When shopping for an organic mattress, look for these qualities:
Certifications. Check for official certifications like the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), the Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS), GreenGuard Gold, USDA Organic, Eko-Tex Standard 100 and others. These ensure that the materials used to build your mattress are 100% organic.
Material type. Most organic mattresses are made of latex, but many also include pocketed spring coils for added support. Note that many organic mattresses contain wool, so not all are vegan-friendly.
Safety standards. Organic mattresses usually use wool as a natural fire barrier, since wool does not easily burn. However, all mattresses must meet Federal Flammability Standards. Check to make sure the one you’re interested meets all safety requirements before buying. Don’t hesitate to reach out to customer service asking for specific third-party testing information.
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