Why you need a Naturepedic MattressAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Here are five reasons why it is important to choose a Naturepedic mattress.
Naturepedic avoids the use of harmful chemicals like flame retardants, pesticides, and glues/adhesives in all of its mattresses and accessories. Naturepedic does not use polyurethane foam, which is a flammable material created with flame retardants to meet safety standards. Naturepedic achieves all flammability standards without the need for flame retardant chemicals through superior product design that uses materials that smolder rather than ignite.
Naturepedic allows customers to choose their ideal comfort level and create a custom mattress for their specific needs with the EOS® Ergonomic Organic Sleep Series and Organic Luxury Series, including options made without latex for those with allergy concerns.
Naturepedic maintains ongoing audits and site visits for its organic certifications to ensure that all materials are tracked and certified organic from raw material to finished component in a mattress or accessory. All Naturepedic mattresses meet the organic and non-toxic standards of the Global Organic Textile Standard. See all of Naturepedic’s certifications.
Naturepedic provides excellent customer care and backs each mattress with a warranty to ensure customer satisfaction. Customers who choose a customizable mattress such as an EOS® or luxury model can take advantage of a 90 day layer swap program to make sure their comfort is just right.
Naturepedic offers in-person consultations at their Organic Mattress Galleries including the Los Angeles showroom, where customers can try multiple mattresses in the showroom to find their ideal comfort and support. This personalized shopping experience means customers can feel great about their decision and enjoy a healthier night’s sleep on a certified organic mattress.
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