Questions about our wool pillows

FAQ Questions about our wool pillows

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Questions About Our Wool Pillows

How do I choose the right size of wool pillow for my sleeping position?

To choose the right size of wool pillow for your sleeping position, consider the level of support and loft you need. Standard sizes for wool pillows include Standard, Queen, and King.

Can wool pillows be used with a pillowcase?

Wool pillows absolutely should be used with a pillowcase to protect them from dirt, stains and general wear and tear.

Are wool pillows more expensive than other types of pillows?

Wool pillows can be more expensive than synthetic pillows, but the price can vary according to a number of factors, such as the quality of the wool, the manufacturing process and its country of manufacture.
By selling our wool pillows online and cutting out middlemen and wholesalers, we keep a Swiss-made product affordable for our customers.

Are wool pillows hypoallergenic?

Wool pillows are naturally hypoallergenic and resist mold, mildew and dust mites. They are great for people with allergies or respiratory issues.

Are wool pillows vegan-friendly?

Our wool pillows are made from natural wool fibres, which come from happy sheep raised right here in the Swiss Alps. Some may not consider them vegan-friendly, as wool is obviously an animal product. That said, the shearing process isn't painful and our sheep have happy lives living in one of the world's most beautiful landscapes, so we consider our wool pillows to be an ethical choice.

Whom are wool pillows best suited for?

Wool pillows are best suited for those who sleep hot or cold, as the breathable wool fibres can help to wick moisture away and regulate body temperature, keeping the sleeper comfortable all through the night. Wool is also a hypoallergenic material that resists dust mites, mould, and mildew, making wool pillows a good option for those who suffer from allergies or asthma. 
Wool pillows are also popular with those who value sustainability and prefer natural materials. Wool pillows are an eco-friendly and sustainable choice, as wool is a renewable and biodegradable resource that requires less energy to produce than synthetic materials.

Where are your wool pillows made?

Our wool pillows and wool duvets are made in Switzerland.

How can I keep my wool pillow in good condition?

Fluff your wool pillow daily to help maintain its shape and prevent any clumps from forming. Wool pillows can be spot cleaned or washed in cold water with a mild detergent, then air dried. Avoid using fabric softeners or bleach, as these can damage the wool fibres.

What are wool pillows? How are they different from other pillows?

Rather than being filled with synthetic materials or down, wool pillows have wool filling, which is usually wool taken from sheep, lamas or alpacas. Our wool duvets are made from Swisswool, which is pure virgin wool from sheep raised in the Swiss Alps, which has been reinforced with vegetable fibres to make it machine washable. 
Wool is unique for its hypoallergenic properties and for its ability to regulate body temperature and wick moisture away. In this respect, wool pillows differ from synthetic or down pillows, which are warmer than wool

Are wool pillows hot to sleep on?

Wool pillows are known for their temperature-regulating properties, which make them suitable for all seasons. Wool fibres absorb heat and moisture and transfer them away from the body, helping to keep the pillow and its user cool and comfortable.

Are wool pillows good for all sleeping positions?

Wool pillows can be suitable for all sleeping positions, but some may prefer them more for back or stomach sleeping. Wool pillows can also provide excellent support for the head and neck, as they can be fluffed or shaped to fit the desired position and level of support. 
Our wool pillows are adjustable. They are made of two parts; you can remove wool balls from the inner pillow to make it the size you prefer.