You are what you sleep on! It's so important to sleep on natural materials given how much time we spend in our beds and how materials seep into our skin. Support these American made brands who are creating socially responsible products for consumers to have sweet dreams with!
Everpillow: The Perfect Pillow
Everpillow is a natural, customizable pillow made in America. Through their partnership with Mile High Workshop in Denver the creation of Everpillows creates sustainable job training and employment opportunities for men and women re-entering society after overcoming homelessness, incarceration, and/or addiction. Use the code HONEST10 for 10% off your pillow.
Sol Organics: American Made Sheets
Sol Organics creates fair trade, organic bedding and donates a portion of proceeds to partnering charities. Their line of American Made Natural Organic Sheets create a silky, smooth feel which makes consumers look forward to going to bed every night. Sol Organics sheets even come with a 30 day trial period to ensure you are happy with the quality of your product.
Weighting Comforts: Kiss Insomnia Goodbye
Weighting Comforts is making it possible for troubled sleepers to get a good night sleep with their weighted blankets. Weighted blankets have been used to help people with anxiety, depression, PTSD, autism, and insomnia reach a relaxed state. This family run company also provides employment opportunities for refugees through their partnership with the non-profit Sew for Hope. If you're interested in learning more, check out my review of the weighted blanket here.
Savvy Rest: Organic Mattress
Savvy Rest organic mattresses are made in Virginia. Savvy Rest strives to create furniture and bedding that is comfortable and safe for consumers. Through their use of natural and organic materials Savvy rest creates a socially responsible brand of mattresses. Savvy Rest also gives back through a couple initiatives. For each purchase made, Savvy Rest plants trees through their partnership with American Forests. Savvy Rest also donates pillows to domestic violence shelters.
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