3 PureCare PureCare is no stranger to smart textiles, boasting a comprehen- sive suite of products that address a number of common consumer complaints with regard to sleep. In addition to the company’s ultra cooling Frío technology and a host of antiallergenic treatments like antimicrobial silver products, Pu- reCare also offers several items with the revolutionary textile Cel- liant. Created from a proprietary mix of minerals that are crushed and added to a liquid polyester, Celliant harnesses the power of a person’s body heat, reflecting it


back to the body as infrared light. Infrared light has been clinically proven to promote circulation and regulate body temperature, aiding in cell performance and recovery. PureCare uses Celliant technolo- gy in its Lumen sheeting program, its Celliant protectors and its new Body Chemistry pillow line, mak- ing healthy, rejuvenating sleep available to consumers in a myr- iad of ways. Best of all, Celliant is literally woven into each item and can’t be washed out, allow- ing it to keep working for the life of the product.

5 4 Danican

Delivering progressive, advanced technology couched in contem- porary Scandinavian


Danish-American company Dan- ican recently rolled out its 3d flo bedding program. Available as encasements for pillows, toppers and mattresses, 3d flo utilizes in- herently antimicrobial Tencel as a natural fiber sleep surface. In ad- dition to its hypoallergenic proper- ties, Tencel is also luxuriously soft and smooth, and works to move moisture away from the body.

Danican capitalizes on Tencel’s innate qualities by weaving it into a three-dimensional knit, actually creating a physical “air barrier” be- tween the sleeper’s body and the mattress or pillow. This design not only improves airflow, ventilation and temperature regulation, but also augments Tencel’s moisture managing abilities by increasing evaporation of otherwise accu- mulating moisture—all of which translate into cooler, drier, more refreshing sleep.

5 Talalay Global Taking its premiere Talalay latex and infusing it with copper, Talalay Global has made a great product even better. Containing real cop- per flakes, Talalay Copper takes advantage of copper’s numerous health benefits, including anti-in- flammatory properties that aid in the relief from arthritis, bursitis and rheumatism. Studies have shown that copper may also naturally combat restlessness and encour- age brain stimulation during sleep, allowing consumers to wake feel- ing truly refreshed. In keeping with the company’s commitment to creating natural, healthy products, Talalay Copper is Class 1 Oe- ko-Tex certified, and can be found in both the company’s mattress- es and pillows. By combining the healing benefits of copper with the hypoallergenic properties of Talalay, Talalay Global has crafted a highly durable, supportive and healthy sleep surface.


6 Blu Sleep Touting unsurpassed breathabil- ity, Blu Sleep’s AIRTEX perfor- mance material is featured in the company’s pillow and mattress covers, working in concert with its uniquely formulated Italian foams to provide consumers improved airflow and enhanced comfort. Using moisture-wicking Tencel and a specialized weave, AIR- TEX allows heat generated by the sleeper to pass through the pillow or mattress and away from the body, keeping the sleeper both cooler and dry. AIRTEX pillow cov- ers offer dual sided comfort, with one side featuring micro pillows for a massaging effect while the other side’s mesh fabric allows for extra air flow and maximum cool- ness with a smoother sleep sur- face. Due to AIRTEX’s four-way stretch, the foam is able to fully flex and contour to the sleeper’s body for ultimate support. Along with Blu Sleep’s Silver Clear an- timicrobial treatment, AIRTEX delivers a hypoallergenic, mois- ture-wicking, temperature-reg- ulated sleep environment.


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