Wool explained

As our world become more aware of eco-friendly products and the importance of sleep -  wool is becoming a more popular bedding choice.

While you sleep, as a natural fibre, wool "breathes".  This allows it to regulate your body temperature keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer.  Wool has the natural ability to draw up to 30 percent of its own weight in moisture away from your skin allowing it to evaporate through the fibre.

Wool can even accommodate thermal differences between sleeping partners; adjusting your individual warmth needs while maintaining your perfect micro climate just right for you – great for sharing and no more fighting over the duvet.  

Under a wool duvet you can expect a marked increase in the quality of sleep in addition to the quantity. Our customers report that they sleep through the night and wake feeling refreshed and well. Wool is a great insulator and more importantly, it breathes and therefore in a duvet it regulates the level of moisture around your body.