Our Rating: 5/5 (See: How Leaf Score is calculated)
- Sheets are free from VOC’s and carcinogenic chemicals
- Soft, durable, and machine washable in warm water on a gentle cycle
- Company has a zero-waste initiative in place
|Country of Origin:||Not disclosed|
|Materials:||100% organic cotton|
5% to charity
Sleep & Beyond organic cotton sheets (View Price on Sleep & Beyond) are free from VOC’s and carcinogenic chemicals, and are certified by GOTS and Oeko-Tex. These pre-shrunk sheets are made with combed long fiber cotton for sateen bedding with a 300 thread count that is soft, durable, and machine washable in warm water on a gentle cycle. They can be dried on a low heat.
Sleep & Beyond also offer an Organic Duvet Cover (View Price on Sleep & Beyond), an Organic Cotton Fitted Sheet (View Price on Sleep & Beyond), a pair of Organic Pillowcases (View Price on Sleep & Beyond), and an Organic Cotton Pillow Sham (View Price on Sleep & Beyond).
(Sleep & Beyond also offer ‘100% natural sheets mySheets’, which are made with conventional cotton, meaning that they’re not eco-friendly.)
If you’re looking to kit out a whole new eco-friendly bedroom, say for a guest suite or rental unit, the Sleep & Beyond Four Piece mySheet Set is hard to beat (View Price on Sleep & Beyond). It includes a flat sheet, fitted sheet, and two pillowcases. This set is Oeko-Tex certified, which means that the cotton yarns used in production are safe for infants and free of harmful chemicals and dyes.
Sleep & Beyond offer products certified to Oeko-Tex Standard 100 that are free from azo dyes, and made in ISO and Fair Trade Certified facilities powered with wind energy. They come in eco-friendly and reusable packaging (although this might differ if buying through a third-party) and the company has a zero-waste initiative in place.
Sleep & Beyond vs. Rawganique vs. Holy Lamb Organics
If you’re looking for inexpensive no-fuss organic cotton sheets, or a comprehensive bedding package that is eco-friendly, Sleep & Beyond are hard to beat. Their GOTS and OEKO-TEX certified sheets are made using environmentally-friendly manufacturing practices and the company donates 5% of profits to charitable initiatives. Still, Rawganique (View Price on Rawganique) and Holy Lamb Organics are more comprehensive in their eco-efforts, so these remain top in class for organic cotton sheets.