Sheets made from just organic cotton, wind power, and pure rainwater? Yes, please!
This is a sponsored post brought to you by Blaynk. All opinions are my own.
I’ll never forget when I first found out. Skye was nursing when the doctor called me with the news.
“We can manage this, but this is something you are going to be dealing with for the rest of your life.”
Something in me snapped.
And so began a frenzy of research, trying to determine how it was I ended up where I was.
How did I have autoimmune hypothyroidism?
I read every book I could find and even attended online summits.
Everything concurred with what my doctor told me. My condition could be managed, but it wasn’t likely going away.
So many resources highlighted the importance of cleaning up my environment of toxins as a way to help manage my health. While I certainly had no issue with this, I laughed at the thought that this could be an issue for me. I ate mostly organic, used organic and natural products, and went out to eat no more than once a week.
But the more I read, the more I realized all the places where toxins could hide.
One thing I’d never considered is sheets.
I never thought about climbing into bed every night with chemicals that were leaching into my body, but that is exactly what was happening.
Even organic sheets have a dirty little secret – they are often produced in a way that causes harm to the environment, something that in the end hurts us all.
Meet Blaynk, Safe Sheets for the Whole Family – Even Baby!
I didn’t know I could get excited about sheets.
Then I heard about Blaynk, a company that is committed to making sheets that are good for you, good for the environment and incredibly comfortable. Guys, I’ve tried them and these sheets are so comfortable.
You really don’t have to sacrifice comfort for safety.
They are making their sheets from fair trade organic cotton, wind power, and pure rainwater. Nothing else to harm you or the environment.
Blank has developed a method to spin, weave and finish their fabrics using just water. This means that not a drop of chemicals or detergents comes in contact with them. The water is sourced via the manufacturer’s rain harvesting system which can hold over a million gallons.
They leave their cotton unbleached and undyed. (I was a little sickened when I learn about just how harmful dying is to the environment. You MUST check out the video.)
Blaynk is truly better than organic, which are typically processed with synthetic dyes and detergents in factories run by fossil fuels.
So how can you get them?