Naturepedic Organic Mattress Pad and Standard Pillow Review & Giveaway

Disclaimer: I received a free product for my post! These views are my own and were not 
at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity..

Naturepedic Bedding Review See Under These Sheets. Click the picture to read more.We recently (finally) made the move to get a twin bed for our son. He had still been sleeping in a toddler bed since he’s pretty lightweight and still fit, but the mattress was terrible. He still was having some accidents at night, so when we decided to get a new bed, we wanted to try the Naturepedic Organic Waterproof Mattress Protector to keep the new mattress in good condition.

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The Naturepedic Organic Standard Cotton Covered PLA Pillow was also sent to us, so I want to talk about that a little bit too. My boys were both very excited to receive these products, especially the fluffy pillow.

Naturepedic Organic Bedding In Use

What I Love

Naturepedic products are high-quality and I love that they are certified organic so I can trust that my kids are sleeping safely with them; the pad is vinyl/PVC, Phthalates, and latex free and the pillow has a 100% plant based filling. They are conveniently machine washable and dryable. The mattress protector is even made in the U.S.A which is always a bonus for us.

This organic mattress protector pad comes in waterproof and non-waterproof. Since my son was still having some accidents before he switched over, we chose the waterproof so the new mattress does not get ruined. Since moving onto a much better mattress (and I feel in part thanks to the nature of this mattress pad), he has not been waking up wet for the most part. During the time he was not feeling well recently, he did end up having an accident and the pad really did its job so nothing got onto the mattress.

Naturepedic Organic Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad. Click the picture to read the review.On the corners of this pad there are elastic bands so it can slide around the mattress and the pad sits on the top. This idea is awesome because it is very easy to put on and stays on well. The bands actually inspired me to attach elastic bands to my son’s sheets so they stay tucked in at the feet.

Two layers of organic cotton flannel line the top and bottom of the mattress protector and on the center is an ultra-thin waterproof barrier. It features DrySleep technology which prevents liquids from soaking through but still allows the fabric to breathe so it does not get musty and reduces “sweaty backs”, uneven temperatures, and clamminess. My son was always waking up sweaty on his other bed to the point that we could not always distinguish between his sweating and wetting, so this has been a great help to give him comfortable sleep and allow him to wake up dry.

Naturepedic Organic Cotton PLA Standard Pillow. Click the picture to read the review.The pillow’s outer fabric is made with a 300 thread count cotton fabric and it is so soft. The filling is made with a 100% plant based PLA (polylactide) Batting, which is a polyester product derived primarily from corn and potatoes. Even though it is so plush, just like we want it, my son’s head and neck are still very well supported. It is often difficult to find a plush pillow that is both comfortable and supportive.

What I’m Not Huge On

I would say the only thing that I wish could be different is for these items to have some form of a flame retardant. The pillow specifically states that it does not have one. While I understand that this is how it stays organic, as common flame retardants are made with harmful chemicals, I would love for them to research and create a safe, organic alternative.

Overall, these Naturepedic bedding products are comfortable, convenient, and high-quality. I can feel confident that my kids are sleeping safely without inhaling the harmful chemicals.

The Organic Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad comes in sizes twin, full and queen. The Organic Cotton/PLA Pillow can be purchased in toddler, standard low fill, and standard regular fill size.

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45 Comments

  1. My #1 tip for a good night’s sleep for ME at least, is to not drink anything after 4pm. lol

  2. This post was very informative. I think I would these and try it out for my girls. I would love to win one! 🙂

  3. What is your #1 tip for a good night’s sleep? Spray pillows with lavender or eucalyptus pillow mist!

  4. Oh forgot my tip for sleep lol….lavendar pillow spray 🙂

  5. My best advice is getting a good mattress… All the tips in the world dont help with a bad mattress

  6. For me good sleep comes from the right pillow and mattress. I also love a sound machine to help me fall asleep!

  7. Going to sleep at the same time every night sure helps me.

  8. I just fall in bed and shut my eyes being pregnant i just pass out

  9. i give my kids baths at night so they can be a little more calm for bed time.

  10. Get on a regular sleep schedule and stop drinking caffeine 4 hours before bedtime

  11. Turn off all televisions and computers an hour before bedtime to let your eyes adjust to darkness. Playing relaxing music at bedtime is helpful.

  12. My tip is to use a sound machine with white noise.

  13. We love Naturepedic products – we always get the best sleep from them!

  14. My kiddo sleeps in a sleeping bag to help him sleep. He has autism and it’s the ONLY way we can get him to sleep *almost* through the night. 🙂

  15. We start doing turning off electronics and Tv about 30 minutes – 1hr. to start relaxing and help get a good night’s rest

  16. I try to wind things down by no reading or watching TV in bed for about a half hour to hour before I go to sleep… it helps me relax and sleep soundly.

  17. Kristin Williams

    Don’t watch tv or be on your cell phone an hour before you go to bed.

  18. Some kinda sounds helps me!

  19. Making sure you have enough time to get a full night’s sleep! 8+ hours is the best.

  20. We use “sweet dream” spray to help my son sleep… We need a new bed lol…but when the kiddos sleep we sleep.

  21. For kids, my best tip is BURN THEM OUT! My son sleeps so much better when he has had an active day!

  22. Make sure to eat a hearty meal for supper. I don’t sleep well hungry

  23. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)

    I like having calming scents and being able to feel air movement from our ceiling fan to help me sleep. It also helps to have a soothing cup of hot green or chamomile tea before bed.

  24. This is sooo much better than the plastic-y mattress protector we found 😉

  25. Use white noise for a great nights sleep. Either a fan or a sound machine

  26. We use Melatonin for the kids because they have problems sleeping, but when they have a bath and storytime before bed, relaxing is a lot easier.

  27. I Would need this.

  28. A warm bath before bed always helps me sleep better.

  29. Just unplug!

  30. My number one tip would be to get off technology an hour before bed so your mind can relax.

  31. My tip for a good night’s sleep is to take a warm shower before bed.

  32. I think noise machines are an awesome way to help keep kids (and adults) asleep!

  33. Routine it key for me…I also use a fan for white noise

  34. My tip for a good night’s sleep is deep breathing as I fall asleep, to get all my muscles good and relaxed…. 🙂

  35. My tip for a good night’s sleep is to lie very still without moving, and meditate… the type where you let your thoughts come up, but detach yourself emotionally and just observe them and let them pass…

  36. We get a good night sleep by making sure the room I dark. No night lights for our boys! We also have used sound machines to really set the tone 🙂

  37. My number one tip would be find something relaxing to do before you go to bed like, take a bath or read a book this way your body can relax before going to bed!

  38. Don’t bring your phone to bed!

  39. This is just awesome! I need to get some!

  40. We love this brand! I think comfy pillows and blankets is important!

  41. You mention that you wish the pillow had some form of fire retardant in it or that we research for a safe alternative. The good news is that the filling is naturally fire resistant just like organic cotton or organic wool and so if laws ever are passed that require pillows to pass testing, this pillow would pass without the need for any chemicals or barriers.

    • Carolyn, that is awesome! I did not notice that anywhere reading up on it. Thank you for letting me know!!

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