The NZ Wool is one of the most comfortable components for producing quality pillows just like the Natural wool Pearl Pillows. With NZ Wool Pearl Pillow, you’ll sleep better and sounder. In a world dominated by synthetic fibers and foams, a natural wool pillow strikes us as pleasantly old-school.
To ensure that you get the best night’s sleep possible, we make our pillows. They have mechanically developed Joma Wool knops, which provide excellent support, comfort, and neck alignment. Standard, King (also known as Lodge), Euro, and Child all come with a 100 percent cotton pillowcase to keep your specially sized cushion clean and safe. If you need more or new fill in the future, you can purchase additional top-up packs from their website.
New Zealand-made products are proudly created, handmade, and filled with love in our Auckland studio.
Features and Advantages of NZ Wool
- A natural anti-allergen, wool is covered in a thin layer of scales, which traps airborne particles such as dust, mold spores, and other allergens.
- Wool is an excellent insulator, keeping sleepers cool in the summer and warm in the winter, making it ideal for regulating temperature. Wool’s temperature swings are gradual, allowing you a more restful night’s sleep. This pillow is ideal for those who sleep overheated.
- Wool’s naturally occurring proteins and tiny pores attract and adsorb water vapor, making it ideal for controlling humidity. Wool can absorb up to 30 percent of its weight in moisture without feeling damp to keep sleepers cool and comfortable.
- Wool’s high keratin and moisture content make it inherently fire-resistant, providing safety and peace of mind without the need for hazardous chemicals.
- New Zealand farms where both the sheep and the environment are happy are where we get our wool, which we use to make our products. Your purchase keeps money in New Zealand by supporting local businesses.
Isn’t it amazing how long wool has existed? You probably didn’t need much creativity to come across the wool cushion when early men had a few sheep around.
While wool has been around for a long time, it isn’t as popular as other pillow fillings today.
Several goods benefit from wool’s ability to breathe and insulate. It’s been used widely for millennia, from clothing and bedding to carpeting, insulation, and upholstery.
Surprisingly, wool pillows aren’t more popular today, given their long history. They were ordered what appeared to be an organic wool cushion after doing a little research.
As it turns out, dust mites trapped in the fibers of wool are to blame for many people’s wool allergies. Don’t fall by the claims that wool pillows are immune to dust mites, in short.