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Sleep and Beyond

The Natural Sleep Store carries an organic comforter and an organic mattress topper made by Sleep and Beyond. The organic comforter, the organic mattress topper, and the organic sheets are made from a 300 thread count organic cotton sateen fabric with USDA certified organic merino wool quilted in between. The Sleep and Beyond organic comforter and organic mattress topper are some of our customer favorites both because of the comfort and luxurious materials as well as the very reasonable price point.


Sleep and Beyond’s sheep are raised organically in Kyrgyz Republic and the wool is processed completely organically. The wool used by Sleep and Beyond is USDA Certified Organic and has a Woolmark label, which requires stringent testing for quality, chemical and oil content, and product performance. The organic cotton yarn used by Sleep and Beyond to make their Organic Cotton Sateen has the Oko-Tex 100 certification and the cotton has a Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) Certification by Control Union. The cotton that is used is from Southern India in a city of Orissa. Sleep and Beyond operates under Fair Trade Certification and standards.

History of Sleep and Beyond

Sleep and Beyond was founded in 1992 and works under the vision: “To be the industry leader by supplying our customers with highest quality organic bedding at most competitive prices with exceptional customer service and on time delivery.” Sleep and Beyond is focused on providing their customers with hypoallergenic and chemical free bedding. While caring about their customers they are also interested in the well being of the farmers who grow their cotton and raise their sheep.