Wool Dryer Balls & Lavender Essential Oil
Our handcrafted eco wool dryer balls are made from 100% New Zealand wool and come with a 10ml dropper bottle of French lavender essential oil. Talk about a sustainable and luxurious laundry routine upgrade!
How to use:
Add a few drops of lavender essential oil directly onto each dryer ball and toss them into the dryer with your wet laundry.
Why switch to wool dryer balls?
Wool dryer balls are a sustainable and clean alternative to conventional fabric softeners and dryer sheets that often contain harsh chemicals and ingredients known to irritate skin and leave residue on fabrics.
Wool dryer balls reduce drying time and static cling and leave your sheets (and clothes!) fluffy and soft. Dryer balls are meant to last for 1000+ washes.
Our wool dryer balls are made from 100% New Zealand wool that is sourced from happy sheep in a cruelty-free manner and handcrafted by women artisans. Our dryer balls are all-natural, nontoxic, hypoallergenic, and biodegradable.
Why lavender essential oil?
Lavender essential oil is known to help reduce stress and insomnia and the aroma on your sheets is sure to turn your bed into a cozy and calming sanctuary.
Our lavender essential oil is derived from the Provençal Drôme region of France where the flowering lavender buds are extracted at 700 meters above sea level and steam distilled into a 100% pure, undiluted, and powerful essential oil.
Why hemp is better
Hemp fabric is perfect for bedding. It's naturally antibacterial, antimicrobial, hypoallergenic, moisture wicking and thermoregulating. Not to mention hemp is eco-friendly, sustainable, and biodegradable. What else could you ask for?
Hemp wax is superior to traditional soy waxes. It's toxin, paraben and phthalate free, vegan, and comes from renewable resources. Hemp wax also provides an even, slow burn with excellent hot and cold throw, is skin-safe (clinically tested and dermatologist reviewed), and FDA approved.
The power of hemp
Our hemp is planted in rural, isolated areas on barren ground without using pesticides, insecticides, fertilizers, and hardly any water.
When hemp is cultivated its roots detoxify, enrich and restore the soil through bio-accumulation and phytoremediation. In other words, hemp’s roots draw out heavy metals and toxins, absorb carbon dioxide, and return significant amounts of nutrients. This prevents soil pollution and keeps our land healthier for longer periods of time. In fact, hemp was even planted at Chernobyl with hopes to remedy the polluted soil and water.
On the other hand, cotton and many other crops extract water and nutrients without replenishment, which harms, pollutes and deteriorates the soil.