Organic Cotton + Wool Pillow

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$82.00

Natural wool support covered in pure organic cotton

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Our natural Wool Pillow provides springy resiliency and natural resistance to mold, mildew, dust mites and bacteria. Natural wool fibers are absorbent and breathable and won’t clump or shift for superior performance. Created from natural wool sheared from humanely raised sheep and covered in a 250-thread-count, 100% organic cotton shell. Spot or dry clean. 26"L x 20"W. China.

Organic Cotton + Wool Pillow Features:
  • Wool is naturally breathable and absorbent for year-round comfort
  • Naturally resistant to mites, mold and bacteria
  • Created from natural wool harvested from humanely raised sheep
  • Covered in 250-thread-count, 100% pure organic cotton
  • Made exclusively by Gaiam

Organic wool Pillow is available exclusively from Gaiam.

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Spot or dry clean.

Gift wrap not available.

26"L x 20"W

30 oz.

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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Pillow with the Right Amount of Support From the photos, this pillow looked much more substantial. But, once I tried it out and used it for a couple weeks, I got used to it and now I love it. It's the perfect amount of support for me being a side, back and stomach sleeper. Would recommend to anyone wanting to transition from a memory foam pillow or just  September 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Went flat in three weeks I was very pleased the first time I used it. It was firm and just the right height. Unfortunately after just three weeks it became much flatter and harder. The pillow is now not usable without a second layer to boost its height and then it is uncomfortably hard. October 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by great pillow I was concerned about the price of this pillow, but am very glad I bought it. It is a good fluffiness without being too high so I bought another one for my child. I am glad to be able to use a wool pillow instead of synthetic as we spend many hours each night on it. I had bought a cheaper wool pillow from somewhere else and it smelled like the wool had not been washed. This pillow from Gaiam is clean! June 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by worth the dollar spent! i purchased this pillow for myself and a cleandown pillow in medium for my husband. we ended up switching the second night. he loves the wool pillow b/c its firm and just feels "different" he says. i thought it felt stiff but was used to sleeping on a down pillow so it didn't suit me. and we both agree, when it comes to the bed, cheap doesn't get you a good night's sleep! March 1, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Awesome-but not all created equal I bought one pillow about 15 months ago and loved it so much that I bought two more. The first one was everything it is described to be. It is the perfect density, not to hard, not to soft, and just the right amount of wool filling. It is very comfortable to sleep on both in the warm summers and cool winters. I only wish the second two I bought were as perfect as the first. The amount of wool fill is less on both and not as uniform. I still use my first one, but I have resorted to using the other two as accent pillows. They are just not supportive enough and not as pleasent to use every night to sleep on. Unfortunely the are very expensive accent pillows. I really wish I could duplicate the first pillow because it is the best pillow that I have ever had. February 21, 2012
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It feels like this pillow is not as "fluffy" as it was when I first got it. How do you recommend I revive this pillow?
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I returned them since they got very lumpy after 3 months or so of use...but did learn that putting them in the dryer on a no heat setting for a short interval is something that might help. I liked the previous Gaiam vendor! Good luck.
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I usually recommend putting it in the dryer on the no heat mode with a couple of tennis balls or dryer balls. This will normally help it fluff some.
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I usually like to have a pillow protector on my pillow, but since switching to your wool and organic cotton pillow and organic cotton pillow cases I cannot find an organic pillow protector. It doesn't make a lot of since to spend the money on the organic product, just to cover it with a non-organic product, but I want my wool pillow to last a long time and be protected. What is your advise.
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I have been just putting an organic cotton towel over it before I put on the pillow cover and it seems to work fine.
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I would use a pillow protector because you will have to dryclean this pillow if you want to clean it after you are sick, something spills on it, etc. I have found organic pillow protectors elsewhere. This pillow is comfy though.
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Why not just use an organic cotton pillowcase? Wool is naturally resistant to dust mites, so if you used to have a problem with dust mite waste (or at least were worried about having a problem), worry no more. If you are worried about microbes feeding on your drool (no offense, I usually drool in my sleep), viola!--wool is naturally anti-microbial.

Also, since pillow "protectors" standardly contain plastic/polyurethane, they off-gas VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). See the 1-star review for the polyurethane-backed curtains for more info; look up 25-0004 on this site. I personally want to avoid VOC off-gassing next to my face all night--I'd rather *I* was protected than my pillow was protected.

Go wool!
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I always recommend using a pillow protector of some sort as it prolongs the life of the pillow and keeps dust-mites at bay. We currently offer the most organic allergy relief/protective bedding I have come across. They are made out of organic cotton and a recycled polyurethane waterproof backing. If you would like to take a look at them the item number is 08-0523.
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Is the wool 100% virgin, handpicked, and was it cleaned naturally with biodegradable soap when processed leaving its natural lanolin intact?
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We do not use any sort of acid baths with our wool. We use a mild biodegradable soap that will leave the lanolin intact. The sheep are hand sheered, and the wool has not bee recycled from other products..
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The Standard is the only size avaliable at this time. We have sold out and discontinued the King.
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pure wool
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This is filled with wool.
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