Posted by Whisper Organics

Do you experience this often? You go to bed early because you have an important meeting in the morning. Both the room lights and the Wi-fi are turned off to remove any disturbance. You close your eyes and block off thoughts that trigger your emotions.

After hours of lying on your bed, you’re still awake. You’re uncomfortable. You keep tossing and turning in your comforter, trying to find the right position for a good night’s sleep. Several hours later, you’re still awake and your clock tells you it’s almost sunrise. If this is your nightly experience, you’re not enjoying sleep.

But what if you have this ultra soft hypoallergenic organic comforter on your bed?

Picture yourself slumbering on this thin comforter blanket made from 100% Organic GOTS Certified Cotton. Your sensitive skin rests on its natural ivory color that matches any kind of mattress.

The air outside is cold. But your comforter’s diamond-stitched square patterns spread your body warmth evenly, giving you a refreshing sleep. Throughout the night, you never, ever, felt an itch on your skin. And when the sun rises, you wake up strong, alert, and ready to face the day.

You deserve this kind of sleep

You deserve a good slumber every night to keep your body strong and healthy. Studies show that adults need at least seven hours of sleep every day for them to perform their tasks better. Children need longer hours for them to grow and build better immune systems. Sleep enables you to replenish your physical and mental energy. It is also when the body’s organs detoxify and repair tissue damage.

Signs you’re not getting a warm comfortable sleep at night

You can’t allow discomfort while you rest. Interestingly, it’s not easy to determine if you are sleeping well at night. But there are ways to know if you’re not getting the sleep you really need.

You feel tired and weak

One sign you need to look at is your energy level. Let’s say you managed to get at least seven hours of rest in the evening but you wake up feeling exhausted. A good sleep should make you stronger. It should make you feel better. But if you’re feeling tired, it only means you did not sleep well.

You are easily annoyed

Another sign to check is your mental condition. Sleep should give your body additional strength to cope with your daily responsibilities. But if you feel irritable and impatient, even after sleeping for seven hours, you did not sleep comfortably.

You could not focus on important tasks

A huge part of mental toughness is your ability to concentrate on what you are doing. Sleeping should make your mind capable of functioning well. It should help you focus on your goal. But if you can’t stay alert and you find yourself dozing off from time to time, it means you lack a comfortable night's rest.

Your sleeping problems may be linked to your bed comforter

There are different reasons behind the lack of good sleep. The obvious ones are anxiety, noise, and genetics. But there’s another cause of poor sleep, which unfortunately goes overlooked: Your bed comforter.

Bed comforters are designed to give comfort

You may have a cozy comforter and a soft bedding. But have you ever thought about it as responsible for sabotaging your rest? You bought a comforter to give your bed additional warmth and comfort. But if its made of cheap synthetic materials, it won’t provide the comfort you need while sleeping. If you’ve experienced any of these problems, it means you need to replace your comforter at once.

1. You experience skin irritation and allergies with your bedding

Do you feel the urge to scratch your skin whenever you lie on your bed even though you change your blankets regularly? Are there times when you wake up with reddish marks on your arms and legs despite taking a good shower before going to bed? If this is so, your comforter is the problem.

Synthetic materials are not good for your bed

Other comforters made from polyester fiber, for example, trigger skin irritations and allergies because of its chemicals and composition. Polyester is actually made from plastic resin. Manufacturers love this material for beddings because it’s cheap, tough, and waterproof. They blend it with natural fibers (e.g. cotton) to give it a softer texture. But the compounds and elements used to manufacture polyester fabric, such as Formaldehyde, Sulphuric acid, and Antimony, are well-known carcinogens. These are among the many toxic compounds that could be mixed in your comforter and bedding fabric.

2. You have respiratory allergies while in bed

Aside from skin irritations and allergies, also watch your respiratory system. Do you frequently sneeze while in bed even when your room temperature is optimal? Do you experience coughs, wheezing, runny eyes, and a tight chest when on your bed?

Dust and mold inside your room could be the reason for this bodily reaction. But harmful chemicals present in your comforter can also give you respiratory allergies. Even if you wash your comforter and bedding regularly, these chemicals don’t go away.

3. You experience static electricity

When someone touches you and you both experience electric shock, that’s static electricity. This is common when the air is dry. It also happens when your bedding is made from synthetic materials like rayon, polyester, or nylon. There is no severe harm from frequent exposure to static electricity. But you’ll definitely wake from a deep sleep if someone accidentally comes near your skin and generates an electric charge.

What makes a 100% organic cotton comforter better for your health?

Replace your comforter with one that is 100% certified organic. Comforters made from this material are best for your health. Here’s why.

Organic cotton comforters are healthy for your skin

We all know that cotton is one of the best fabrics on earth. It’s durable, washable, breathable, and soft to the skin. But unless its organic, your comforter is safe for your health.

Regular cotton is toxic

Farms mass-producing cotton use synthetic pesticides to keep their cotton plants from harmful insects. But the result is devastating to consumers. When cotton from these farms are harvested and sent to manufacturers, toxins from these pesticides remain in the fibers. In fact, a report from Greenpeace showed that around 20 global fashion brands contained traces of harmful toxins present in synthetic fertilizers. This is alarming. You normally buy cotton products because they are comfortable to use. But since regular cotton contains health hazards, there’s no point in buying these for you and your family.

An organic cotton comforter does not contain toxic chemicals

Choose comforters made from organic cotton. It's hypoallergenic and breathable. Farms producing this cotton do not use synthetic pesticides. To deal with pests they use natural insecticides like neem, pongamia, or lemon grass. When mixed with water, the emulsion is regularly spayed on cotton plants to ward off insects.

Organic farms also use the power of plants that are natural pest deterrents. Marigolds, for instance, are planted beside cotton plants to ward off certain bugs and mites. Because no harmful compounds are used in organic cotton farms, you won’t experience irritations and allergies when using your comforter.

An organic bedding does not generate static electricity

Unlike synthetic fibers used to create regular comforters, cotton does not produce static electricity. But make sure to check the brand you’re buying. You might wonder why your comforter at home has a tag saying “organic cotton,” but it sparks when your brush your skin against it. That is because it’s not pure organic. Many bedding companies mix organic cotton with plastic fibers like polyester and nylon. This combination makes the materials more conducive to static electricity.

Always look for certified organic cotton with 100% GOTS

Avoid buying comforters made either from regular cotton or mixed with synthetic fiber. Your best shot of getting the best comforter is looking for the GOTS standard. It's certified organic cotton.

What does GOTS mean?


GOTS stands for Global Organic Textile Standard. Organic cotton farms are regulated by GOTS. Annually, they are assessed based on how they follow organic farming standards imposed around the world. If the comforter you’re buying has the GOTS label, it means at least 70% of its textile contains certified organic cotton. The “organic” label means 95% of its fibers used in the product are certified by GOTS as organic.


Buy organic comforters with 100% organic fiber

These two GOTS labels are important for choosing an organic cotton comforter. But it’s important to know that there are brands committed to giving you 100% organic material. Whisper Organics is one of those brands. We do not settle for 70% or 95%. These figures still leave room for manufacturers to include a percentage of either regular cotton or synthetic firber in their product. The best kind of cotton comforter is one made from 100% certified GOTS-cotton! This is pure certified organic cotton.


Use organic cotton comforters to put an end to sleepless nights. You don’t have to suffer because of irritations and allergies caused by synthetic cotton present on your bed. You deserve a warm comforter made from hypoallergenic cotton. But never settle for less. Try our GOTS-certified organic comforter made from 100% organic material. Because we’re confident in its premium quality, you can contact us within 90 days if you’re unsatisfied to ask for a refund. We guarantee you that no toxic material ever touches your skin while you take a deep sleep. You’ll wake up strong, refreshed, and ready to face your day with a smile. If you’ve used 100% certified organic cotton in any of your comforters and beddings, do you think it was worth your money?