About Natural Mat:
100% ORGANIC – We dont use any glues or bonding agents and you will not find any chemicals or synthetic materials whosoever in your mat.
Better Sleep – Babies sleep better on a Natural Mat mattress! We conducted a recent customer survey and 100% of the mothers questioned stated that their babies slept better on a Natural Mat.
Non-allergenic and anti-dust mite – More and more babies are suffering from allergies and asthma. Our natural rubber Latex is 100% non-allergenic and our unique lambswool is bathed in a mixture made from essential oils of lemon, lavender and eucalyptus which renders it anti-dust mite.
Our Natural Latex is 100% hypoallergenic and offers complete protection from house dust mites. Every Natural Mat has a removable pure cotton outer cover that can be machine washed at 60 degrees C (dust mites are killed at 57 degrees) which offers further allergy protection.
Naturally Fire Retardant – Natural Mat passes all fire regulations without the use of chemical or unnatural treatments in any part of the mattress. All our mattressees are covered in two unbleached, undyed 100% cotton covers that have no FR additives. All our mattresses comply to the new federal 16 CFR 1633 requirements.
Long Lasting Superior Support – Our durable naturally sprung mattress cores provide superior and longer lasting level of support than any other synthetic foam or metal spring. We use wool batting rather than cotton, it is a far more resilient fiber with better ventilation and insulation properties.
Handmade for you in Devon, England – Our organic mattresses are handmade from the finest materials in the world to provide your baby with the most comfortable and safest sleeping environment possible for those important first years of life.
100% Renewable – All our raw materials come from 100% renewable and sustainable sources that complay with Fair Trade policies.
Eco Packaging – All packaging used for Natural Mat mattresses is 100% biodegradable and 100% recyclable. Our carton is made from a mixture of recycled and renewable paper resources from FSC (Forestry Stewardship Council) managed forests.