The Goldilocks of pillows, our natural cotton pillows are a medium-firmness that's just right, and are hand-stuffed to avoid lumps. Encased in soft and smooth organic Sateen Cotton, these pillows can be fluffed, refilled, and reused for years to come. Available in sizes from travel to body pillows, White Lotus Home carries a natural cotton pillow for everyone.
Where cotton goes to get its degree, GOTS-certified organic cotton is held to the highest standards for health and sustainability. Our natural pillows are made of endless fluffy layers of 100% pesticide-free organic cotton raised sustainably, from our farms to your bed.
Not sure how firm you like your pillows? Get your pillow with a zippered case, and add and remove filling to suit your own preferences. Simply store any excess material in a moisture and pest-proof container, or order more organic cotton from our Wholesale Fibers section.
Care and Cleaning: Pillows, Duvets, and Bedding As they are raw, minimally processed fibers, our products cannot be completely submerged in water without damaging the fibers within. This includes pillows and duvets.
We recommend spot cleaning your White Lotus Home pillows, duvets, and bedding with a solution of 3 parts water to one part vinegar. Spray the solution onto the stain and expose to sunlight. Let dry and repeat until the stain fades and odors dissipate. You can also substitute vinegar with a mild laundry detergent. For surface stains, hydrogen peroxide works well for blood, whereas rubbing alcohol can help to remove oils from cosmetics.
Bedding should not remain damp, as it may encourage uneven wear or mold growth. Following a spill or cleaning, dry any moisture by placing the item in the sun or by using a hair dryer. Ensure it is fully dry before re-adding sheets or protective covers, such as our Organic Barrier Cloth Covers.
Please note that these suggestions are at your own risk. Results may vary.
Refreshing Wool Bedding
Wool bedding, such as duvets and toppers, occasionally require special care. We recommend exposing it to direct sunlight and air once a month --- sunlight works as a natural sanitizer. If you prefer to send them to the cleaners, use a dry-cleaning process only. Never submerge wool bedding in water or place it in the washing machine, as this can cause irreversible felting of the wool.