Bearaby Debuts Weighted Blanket Made Only from Trees 

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Titled the  “ Tree Napper Collection”, this is a new blanket completely made of wood pulp from eucalyptus trees.  With this new collection, Bearaby takes an innovative step forward to create better, sustainable, and plastic-free products.

The hand-knitted weaves apply a gentle and delicate pressure across the body giving a natural and restorative refreshing rest, allowing the user to achieve deep sleep. 

This tree fabric patented and named TENCEL™ Lyocell is sourced from raw wood pulp taken from eucalyptus trees and produced through an environmentally friendly process that uses ten times less water than traditional fabrics, it makes it the most sustainable weighted blanket in the market. 

“The introduction of our Tree Napper marks a pinnacle moment for Bearaby in our quest to challenge industry norms for a more sustainable future,”

“Through the launch of our Tree Napper we can show that incorporating sustainability in our products is not only the right thing to do, but it also leads to better products.” 

Kathrin Hamm, Bearaby

The wide-looped weave design, paired with the breathable eucalyptus fabric makes the Tree Napper ideal for summer, solving the common problem of sweating and overheating when sleeping. The Tree Napper collection comes in four different colors: Hibiscus, Lavender, Sunflower, and May Lily. 

Bearaby advocates to all companies minimize their impact on our planet. Bearaby partnered with One Tree Planted to plant one tree for every Tree Napper purchased on its website, reinforcing Bearaby’s commitment to sustainability and mission to help people sleep naturally, feel better, and live better lives. 

The Tree Napper ranges from $249 to $279.

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