Eden Home Introduces the ‘Seal of Assurance’ Labeling System to help Customers Understand what is true Organic Bedding

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EdenHome.com, where organic style comes naturally, provides a Seal of Assurance labeling system to help clarify the differences between organic bedding that is made from organic cotton but finished conventionally with chemicals and authentic organic bedding that is made from organic cotton but is also finished naturally without chemicals.

“It’s very confusing for the customer who wants to buy truly organic bedding” says Alexandra Smith, owner and lead buyer for Eden Home, “so we decided to help clarify by creating the Seal of Assurance labeling system”.

Considering we spend roughly one-third of our lives in bed and our bodies are significantly more sensitive to environmental influences when we are sleeping than when we are awake, it’s important to choose bedding that is chemical-free and all natural. The problem is – how do we really know that the bedding labeled “organic” or “natural” really is chemical free and pure?

Unfortunately not all bedding labeled as organic bedding is truly chemical-free. Many large, mainstream retailers advertise organic bedding but unfortunately, although the cotton may have been grown using organic farming practices, the fabric is more often than not finished with conventional chemical dyes and design processes with the potential to leave chemical residue on your skin.

The Eden Home Seal of Assurance labeling system promises that all of the products have been selected based on strict guidelines regarding the growing and manufacturing processes so customers know exactly what they are purchasing and whether or not it is truly organic, natural, eco-friendly, Fair Trade and made in the USA.

This ensures that the organic bedding Eden Home advertises is made from 100% organic cotton and also finished with 100% natural dyes and finishing processes so there is no risk of chemical contact for the customer.

Organic cotton, grown with the help of time-proven, non-toxic, chemical and pesticide-free agricultural techniques designed to sustain the land that yields the crop as well as the people who tend and harvest it, is in much demand these days as more and more customers look for organic bedding and clothing to ensure a healthier living free from allergies and chemical sensitivities.

As an added bonus, organic cotton which is not chemically stripped of its natural wax has a distinctive smoothness and weight that makes the drape of the fabric more flattering and the sheen more reflective to light. Thus, in addition to its environmental and health benefits, organic cotton bedding is simply more beautiful.

Plus, today there are much improved natural dyes and finishing processes that create bright colors and beautiful designs on organic bedding that is naturally finished so you can't tell the difference in look and style but you are assured against chemical residue.

There are many benefits to choosing true organic bedding and now you can save up to 30% off at Eden Home on all true organic bedding new Spring 2010 styles including organic sheets, organic duvet covers and quilts as well as pillows, comforters and basics. This sale goes until March 31, 2010.

About EdenHome.com

EdenHome.com offers organic and natural yet stylish products for the bedroom, home, bath, kitchen and more. With the most comprehensive selection of the best organic, natural and eco-friendly products, including organic clothing, organic baby & toys, organic gifts, organic bedding and other naturally pure items, Eden Home continues to expand their selection to maintain their position as a leader in the organic space. You can follow Eden Home on Twitter @EdenHomeOrganic or at the Eden Home BLOG or fan Eden Home at Facebook.


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