Q1. Are wool pillows comfortable?
Wool is a natural insulator, natural anti-allergic, self-decomposing, and one of the most fire-resistant fibers. Its pure softness and resillence is the perfect partner with cotton. Its distinctive fiber structure, when it is placed closely together, form millions of tiny airbags, allowing air to circulate freely, discharging heat, and improving air permeability, just like a temperature regulator in a pillow. It effectively absorbs and removes moisture, giving you a comfortable sleep experience what is warm is warm in the winter and cool in summer.
Q2. Is wool mildrew proof?
Wool has an anti-mold nature because it is natural wicking fiber. Wool fibers allow moisture to pass through without retaining any moisture in the wool itself.
Q3. How to adjust the temperature of wool?
Wool is an amazing thermoregulatory and can regulate your body temperature like sheep. As the body temperature rises, heat is released into the air from each fiber, and when the weather is cold, heat is retained inside.
Q4. Is wool an antiperspirant?
Wool is a natural antiperspirant. Wool fibers can absorb a large amount of moisture vapor, twice as much as cotton and 30 times more than polyster, and are easily evapoured back into the air. Thereby helping the skin to stay dry and preventing the accumulation of sweat, bacteria and unpleasant odors.