Why only natural materials
Body temperature is crucial for the quality of sleep: the sooner the bed helps you reduce the temperature, the sooner you can fall asleep. And if it helps you maintain an optimal temperature throughout the night, it increases your chances of sleeping very well. If you have chosen to sleep on a synthetic or rubbery mattress, it is very likely that within 30 or 40 minutes the warm climate will affect your sleep by getting micro awakenings of which you may not even be aware. If you choose to sleep on natural materials, they will regulate your temperature by evaporating moisture, keeping you cool and dry in any climate. Each fiber inserted in our mattresses has specific properties that will give you the best possible rest.
WOOL - wool is the most hygroscopic fiber that is able to absorb water vapor without leaving wet and returning it to the environment. It has a high thermal power, is naturally fireproof, water-repellent, not susceptible to mold, does not produce electrostatic charges, is environmentally friendly and recyclable.
CASHMERE - eight times warmer than sheep's wool is also noticeably lighter. Soft and luxurious, it gives to the mattresses a unique and distinctive feeling
CAMMEL - extreme finesse and softness make this fiber an excellent thermal insulator, capable of incorporating amount of heated air that prevents heat exchange and transforms it into an ideal padding. Remarkably hydroscopic, more than sheep's wool, ensures a dry and pleasant microclimate.
SILK - fresh, soft, odorless and hypoallergenic, whit its technical ability to adapt to the temperatures of the environment and its insulating properties, along with those moisturizing sericin, is the perfect material for the top layer of mattresses and pillows.
VICUNA - very rare and precious is an ultralight and extremely soft fiber. It comes from remote regions of the Andes, is 100% biodegradable and lacks lanolin, which makes it extremely absorbent and naturally hypoallergenic.
ANIMAL HAIR OR VEGETABLE HAIR - elastic and flexible like spring, highly hygroscopic and as such absorbs maisture that the human body evaporates when we sleep and disperses it in the air during the day. The particular workmanship makes it very resilient over time ensuring, with a considerable chang of air, freshness in the warm periods of the year.
LINEN - the natural enemy of static electricity. During the day our body accumulates a charge of static electricity comparable to thousands of volts, which is why in our mattresses there is a high amount of linen.
COTTON - the white gold of natural fibers. All of us have used pure cotton clothing for its softness and freshness in contact with our skin, and that is why our mattresses do not only have cotton inthe padding bat also in the lining.
You will never sleep again in the midst of foam, polyurethane, latex or other rubbery fibers. VILLA -luxury beds- Promise!