Natural, sustainable and ethical—merino pyjamas

By using our natural resources in a responsible way we can take care of our planet AND sleep better. There are natural fibres that have real super powers when it comes to thermoregulation, moisture management, softness and comfort. The result? You wake up rejuvenated, in a totally natural way. 

At Dagsmejan we constantly try to find new ways to not only develop sleep innovation but also doing it in a sustainable and ethical way- discover the journey behind our merino pyjamas collection.

THE JOURNEY FROM FIBRE TO BEDROOM

All Dagsmejan sleepwear are produced in Europe with partners that adhere to the highest environmental standards and where working conditions are safe and fair. All of our packaging is recyclable and this year we are also moving to biodegradable poly bags. Dagsmejan sleepwear are Oekotex certified to ensure that we take care of not only our customers but also the environment.

SUSTAINABLE AND ETHICAL MERINO PYJAMAS

Merino wool is a totally natural and sustainable fibre. While synthetic fibres take between 20 and 200 years to degrade, merino wool take only 6 months to biodegrade.

At Dagsmejan we only use certified, mulesing-free merino wool from farms that focus on the wellbeing of the animals in there are. Our merino yarn is even blue-sign certified and all steps of the production process of Oekotex certified. 

With merino wool you can sleep easy in your thermal pyjamas in every way!

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how to sleep better with merino pyjamas

Studies have shown that we can sleep 15 minutes longer with merino pyjamas compared to cotton. So what makes merino the ideal fibre for a thermal pajamas?

1. KEEP THE BEST TEMPERATURE FOR SLEEP

If we are cold at night or overheating our sleep quality suffers. Researcher Dr Paul Swan, from the University of Sydney, explains:

"Maybe it is not a coincidence because wool regulates your body temperature far better, keeping you in what is known as 'the thermal comfort zone'. You therefore not only fall asleep quicker, sleep longer, but also have deeper, better quality sleep.

With merino sleepwear we can sleep better all year around as the unique structure of merino wool enables it to cool you down when hot, and warm you up when you are cold.

2. DON’T WORRY ABOUT SWEATING WHILE SLEEPING

Merino wool is the ideal fibre for a thermal pyjamas as it helps to cool us down when we get hot. If we start to sweat the merino fibre absorbs it and evaporates the moisture on the outside of your thermal nightwear.

Merino pyjamas can absorb and release twice as much moisture vapour as cotton sleepwear and 30 times more than synthetic sleepwear.

3. FRESH NIGHT COMFORT

Merino pyjamas is natural anti-bacterial and will absorb any odor molecules to only release them when you wash your sleepwear. So even if you start sweating while sleeping you stay smelling and feeling fresh.

4. HEALING YOUR SKIN AS YOU SLEEP

Merino wool is proven to be therapeutic for sensitive skin, the extraordinary temperature and moisture regulation properties of merino wool creates a micro climate that is very beneficial for sensitive skin. Research conducted by Woolmark in collaboration with the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Melbourne has proven that wearing super-fine merino wool closest to your skin is therapeutic for eczema suffers.  

COLD AT NIGHT? DISCOVER DAGSMEJAN'S MERINO SLEEPWEAR

Dagsmejan pairs merino with Tencel from eucalyptus to design the ideal thermal nightwear. Discover how to sleep better with thermal pajamas

Merino pyjamas for women

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