A Better Way to Sleep: Natural Mat Review

10:19 AM Posted by Erin

Every new parent wants to be sure their baby gets the highest quality sleep possible since its the time when their brains and vital organs develop (source SoundSleeping.org). Making sure baby is on the best sleep surface possible should be a top priority. This is where the Natural Mat comes in. Natural Mat is a company created by two sailors in England frustrated by the quality of synthetic mattresses found on boats. Deciding to look for and eventually develop their own line of natural mattresses led to the creation of the baby product line. Featuring three premier mattresses; the Coco Mat, Latex Mat, and luxurious Mohair Mat each offer parents the ability to find a bed baby can love. Since they're made from 100% organic materials and hypoallergenic, they're safe for your baby's dellicate skin. Natural fibers also provide higher levels of support and far better ventilation than any synthetic foam or coil springs.

Natural Mat recently sent us their Cotton Sheet (RTV $45) to review and I was really impressed. The soft, unbleached and undyed cotton percale provided a neutral color that blends in well with any decor. Since my daughter is well past the crib stage, I asked my sister to try this on her newborn's bed. Now my sister is a real "Green" mama and is resistant to using anything for her baby that is chemically processed. The fact that the Natural Mat Cotton Sheet is undyed meant she didn't have to worry about any irritants harming her daughter's sensitive skin and the natural fibers kept Baby K cool and comfy. She reports baby girl got a very good nights rest on her cozy new cotton sheet.

Find out more about Natural Mat and their wonderful products at NaturalMatUsa.com.

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3 comments:

  1. Nire said...

    I've been looking for the something like this as I'm not happy with the selection of sheets at BRU. This looks like a good one. Just pricey. Thanks for the review.

  2. Gloria said...

    Personally, I worry about wool and latex in a crib mattress since they both have the potential for allergic reactions. And even if you're not outright allergic to them you can develop a sensitivity with long-term exposure - which a baby's going to have since they'll sleep on it 12 to 14 hours a day for quite a while, especially if you also use the same mattress in a toddler bed. About.com has an article on wool allergy. And my sister-in-law, who’s a trauma nurse, says latex has been a real problem in the medical community. I'd rather stick with organic cotton. Naturepedic makes a good organic cotton crib mattress (and I think they're less expensive). They also have bedding.

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