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Why Wool Duvet is better than a Goose-Down Duvet?


Why is a wool duvet better than a goose-down duvet?

Whenever we hear the word "duvet," we imagine the fluffiest, coziest, and most comfy clouds of perfection. Wool can be found in a variety of places. Sheep are, of course, the most common source of wool. However, camels, angora rabbits, and alpacas can provide it.

One of the reasons it is so much less costly is this. It is significantly less expensive to produce and extract wool than to collect it from birds. Duck or goose feathers are commonly used to take down. Naturally, its low cost combined with several benefits has made it a popular choice, and they have a distinct set of qualities.

Better for Temperature Control

When it is cold, wool's natural insulating capabilities trap dry, warmer air near the skin, and when it's hot, it helps to remove moisture and heat away from your body. This ensures a good night's sleep even on the coldest winter evenings or the hottest summer nights.

Even if they share a duvet, wool can help people retain their comfortable temperatures. Although most people produce body heat at various rates, wool better preserves one's microclimate, ensuring a restful night's sleep for all.

Antimicrobial & Antibacterial

You may sleep soundly knowing that your wool duvet is cleaner and fresher than any down or synthetic option. Lanolin is a waxy material found outside completely natural wool fiber. It has fatty acids and other qualities that help prevent mold, mildew, and bacteria from growing.

Easy to Care For

Caring for a wool duvet is as simple as making the bed in the morning. You can hang your duvet outside in the breeze or put it out in the sun to freshen it up. Wool is odor-resistant, so you won't have to worry about your duvet absorbing odors.


Dust mites, mold, and other irritant allergens prefer a warm, damp environment to grow in. Wool's outside is hydrophobic, meaning it repels liquid, and its interior is hygroscopic, meaning it absorbs moisture. Wool also tends to stay drier and more relaxed than its surroundings.

Ethical, Sustainable Manufacturing

Last but not least, selecting a wool duvet over down has ethical and environmental benefits. According to a, down bedding feathers are taken from ducks and geese and are sometimes obtained through a painful technique known as "live-plucking." The feathers and undercoating are removed from the animal's skin while still alive. On the other hand, farmers compassionately extract wool by shaving the extra coats of lambs, goats, and llamas, giving no injury or distress to the animals. This grooming procedure is comparable to having a haircut. It's a painless procedure, and the sheep's wool coat will regrow.

These sheep are given the best possible care so that they can continue to produce high-quality wool for many years. The farm also employs sustainable carbon farming practices, ensuring that the produce is climate-friendly and environmentally friendly.

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