In this article we answer questions like 'What is new wool?' and tell you a bit more about what makes wool so special.
Even though cotton is a natural product, only organic cotton is produced without harmful effects and pesticides. Keep your baby safe and healthy in bedding made from organic cotton.
Everyone knows that they should reduce their carbon footrprint as part of the fight against climate change. But where should we start? In part one of this four-part article, we list a set of four carbon goals, then give a series of steps that you can take to reach the overall goal of reducing your carbon footprint.
When you take a walk in the park or downtown you can see a whole range of colorful baby carriages, everything from light organic folding strollers to chunky double buggies. Subways and public buildings are increasingly open to parents with baby transporters. But historically, taking the baby with you on a trip outside the home is a fairly recent development.
Sleeping in healthy wool bedding doesn’t just give you better sleep by giving you a clean conscience. Wool is a completely natural fiber with high-tech features - made by nature. The protein fiber grows back each year because happy sheep produce it in the Swiss Alps. Wool is not known to cause allergies and doesn’t harm your health.
During the heat wave this summer many people became aware of global warming, even those who usually defer environmental responsibility to the government or the UN. We have to act responsibly to prevent the situation from becoming worse. Each one of us should act in a sustainable way.
A quiet conscience sleeps in thunder. With Zizzz you can enjoy ‘green’ sleep that won’t harm the environment. Standardized labels guarantee the best organic, sustainable quality. For our cotton fabrics we use only high-quality GOTS certified fabrics and materials. Our Swisswool® filling was awarded the Oeko-Tex class I certification which is the highest organic standard suitable for babies.
Wool ensures a healthy and pleasant sleeping experience. Counting sheeps doesn’t always help with falling asleep. If you or your child sleeps poorly, the reason can be an uncomfortable sleeping environment.