Kapok as a pillow stuffing has natural advantages, especially over petroleum-based polyester/polyurethane foams. 

  • Kapok is safe. It’s free of the potentially toxic materials in many foam pillows.
  • Kapok is cruelty-free. The practice of gathering feathers and down for use in pillows is far from humane.
  • Kapok is a compostable and biodegradable resource that reduces waste.
  • Kapok is generally considered hypoallergenic.
  • Kapok has no discernable odor.
  • Kapok has a uniform density and, when compressed, tends to spring back into its original shape.
  • Kapok is moldable and offers great support

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