Our Latex Pillows are made with 100% Natural Latex and encased in 100% Organic Sateen Cotton. Latex provides ample neck and head support without over heating. They look feel great and unlike other pillows, they hold there comfort for many years to come.
How White Lotus Home natural pillows are handmade in the USA! PLEASE NOTE, WE NOW ONLY USE US VIRGIN LAMBSWOOL.
Please note all our pillows NOW come with an organic cotton casing (the outer fabric).
White Lotus Home handcrafted natural fiber pillows are made with the finest ingredients on Earth. We know that everyone is unique, this is why we offer a variety of natural fiber pillows in different shapes, sizes, materials and comfort levels. We also custom make all natural bedding. Send your request to email@example.com.
Can I wash my White Lotus Home pillows?
We recommend spot cleaning or dry clean but including zippers in your pillows, allows you to restuff them or remove some of the fiber to better meet your comfort preference as well as remove all the fibers so that you can wash the case and have a pillow for a long time. Need samples or to buy Latex or Latex pillows in bulk, let us know firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Because White Lotus Home does not add perfumes, formaldehyde, or dyes to our natural fibers and materials, some of our items will retain their natural scent. Samples of all of our fibers are available for free by contacting our sales department by email, email@example.com or by calling 732-828-2111.
Conventional mattresses are made of metal springs, which create uncomfortable pressure points and wear unevenly, but have a distinctive "springiness" that many people become acclimated to over their lives. Our Natural Latex provides a soft and bouncy feel without the sharpness or gradual loss of elasticity of springs. And while all latex is a man-made material, our natural latex is derived from rubber tree sap and not synthetic elastic. This limits off-gassing and unnecessary addition of untested chemicals.
Additionally, all our latex is made via a variation of the Dunlop Process called the Continuous Pour Process, which we believe makes for the most consistent and even latex product on the market. If you're still curious, please see more information from our supplier here!