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What certifications does the Kipli mattress protector have?

The Kipli mattress protector has the following certification:. ECO-CERT: the organic textile certificate is awarded by Ecocert Greenlife.

Are Kipli's duvets certified?

Kipli's duvets come with OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100 certification. Certification from OEKO-TEX is very rigorous and guarantees that the product is healthy without any contaminating toxic or chemical products, harmful pesticides or optical dyes.

What is Lyocell and how is it grown?

Lyocell is an artificial fibre but is of vegetal origin (wood pulp). Therefore, it is considered to be a natural material when processed. This fibre is biodegradable. In order to obtain Lyocell, wood pulp (cellulose) is extracted and ground. The wood

Do Kipli's products exude any odor of latex or chemical products?

No, our duvets don't exude any odors. And they're not toxic. Kipli's mattresses are healthy and don't generate any kind of toxic emissions. We don't use polyurethane, memory foam, flame retardants or chemical adhesives between the latex layers of our

Do Kipli products have toxic or flame-retardant agents?

We don't use flame-retardants. Most of the products that do use them are renowned for their negative effects such as hair loss and toxicity. Our products don't contain fire retardant treatments. Latex doesn't have the same flammable qualities as

What certifications does the Kipli baby mattress come with?

The natural latex used in Kipli's baby mattress comes with EUROLATEX certification. This certification guarantees that the Latex is treated in Europe without the use of any harmful susbstances. The certificate confirms the absence of fertilizers,

Is the Kipli mattress hypoallergenic?

Thanks to its alveolar structure and its natural properties, natural latex has great breathability which contributes to an environment that isn't conducive to the growth of bacteria or mites. Together with organic cotton, the mattress has exceptional

How are the two layers fastened if you don't use glues?

In order to join the two layers of natural latex of differing densities in our mattresses, we do use a natural glue. This glue is made based on water and liquid latex, so there is no risk to health and this doesn't diminish the natural quality of the

If I'm allergic to latex, will the natural latex in Kipli's products cause an allergic reaction?

Allergies to natural latex are caused by the proteins that come from hevea (the tree from which the rubber or liquid latex is extracted). Our mattresses don't contain any protein residues so they have high hypoallergenic properties.

Which is better? Natural or synthetic latex?

100% natural latex has superior qualities compared to synthetic latex foam. It doesn't contain any chemicals or generate any harmful emissions. We use 100% natrual latex in all our mattresses which is better for your health and for the environment.

What certification does my Kipli mattress come with?

The latex used to manufacture the Kipli mattresses comes with EUROLATEX certification. This certificate guarantees that the processing of the latex is undertaken in Europe and that it doesn't contain any kind of substances that are potentially

Is the wood used for the upholstered beds from sustainable forests?

*Solid wood is the ideal alternative to products made from melamine which are usually made from lower quality materials. For our upholstered bed base, we use solid pine wood from the Vosges forests of France which are PEFC certified.

Why should I choose Kipli?

Kipli mattressses are made from 100% natural latex of the highest quality. They don't contain any harmful substances and are biodegradable at the end of their useful life. Kipli mattresses are extremely durable and can be used daily for approximately

Is my mattress quality controlled?

Each mattress has been quality controlled prior to despatch as we seek to always ensure the quality and detect any manufacturing defects as early as possible. We are not responsible for any possible damage that may be caused in transit.

What is latex?

Natural latex, also known as rubber, is a 100% natural material that's extracted from the rubber tree, Hevea Brasiliensis. Latex is produced by the tree as a protective mechanism when its bark is torn or cut. Latex protects the tree from bacteria.