The natural cotton fibers have temperature-regulating effect. It keeps you warm during cold days and cools during hot days.
The skin-friendly cotton can be recommended especially for the allergy sufferers. It is completely plant-derived and contains no animal hair.
Hemp is a natural fiber that is plant-derived and has several advantages over other natural fibers.
It is antimicrobial, due to the smooth surface it inhibits the growth of bacteria and fungi,
therefore, it is also more difficult to spin and this is the reason it is more expensive for processing than other natural fibers.
Thanks to the air trapperd in the hemp fibers and temperature compensation can be achieved
- it keeps you warm in winter and keeps you pleasantly cool in the summertime.
The fibers of the outer shell of the coconut - as latexed fibers are referred to as coconut fibers. Padding material is relatively firm, permanently elastic and dimensionally stable, heat - retaining and breathable, insensitive to moisture. 4Coconut reduces dry environment and heath
Latex is highly elastic and dimensionally stable which makes it take its original volumes. .
It is soft, hygienic and dust-free. Latex can be stretched to high extent, without breaking it.
The material provides no breeding ground for bacteria, is heath-insulating and additionally, breathable. Also in case of continuous load, latex retains its properties for a long time.
Horse hair is elastic, flexible, has good air circulation, has anti-rheumatic properties, is hygroscopic (i.e. Attracts moisture) and provides dry sleeping environment.
The bushy hair that become curly as the result of the influence of water vapor, has good elasticity and bounce that is maintained for a long time.
The highly elastic sheep’s natural wool is very fluffy and also after long time of using is stays dimensionally stable. Natural wool can absorb about one third of its weight’s moisture without feeling wet.
Pure natural wool has great temperature-regulating properies and is self-cleaning.
Seagrass is characterized mainly by its hardness and thickness. Similar to rice, the seagrass is grown in water. Salt water plays a very important role in case of the growth of seagrass. Many types of seagrass grow quite naturally in shallow seewater. Strictly speaking, seagrass is no grass at all. Seagrass has very strong, hay-like smell that is usually lost after the harvest. Dried seagrass is used as padding material for sofas and mattresses. Seagrass has relatively good dehumidification properties and by its nature is not easily flammable.