The Milari Organics Wool Toddler pillow, handmade in Australia, is crafted from organic wool sourced in Macedon ranges Victoria. It is naturally hypoallergenic, dust mite resistant and prevents mold, mildew, and bacteria. With a GOTS certified inner cover and a water-resistant tencel pillow case, it is also machine washable, soft and durable, providing optimal support and cushioning for a comfortable sleep.
Product reviews from our experts…
The pillow cover is next level in quality! I love the little pebble design on the cover, it is of very high quality and I really love that it is made from GOTS cotton. I did throw the cover in the wash twice to see how it washed and it washed really well. The actual pillow has an ever so slight wool scent, it doesn’t bother me though since we are sheep farmers! I actually tested it myself, as well as my toddler and it was quite comfortable considering I like a softer pillow, it feels very luxe.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE that they source the best organic and natural materials from right here in Australia and that their products are free from synthetic chemicals. I like that they donate returns to people in need too. It is a great idea about not offering sales, instead they donate to charities.
I’d never invested in a pillow for my kids – they’d just been using adult pillows, so it’s amazing to see how much more appropriate the toddler size is for their head and neck comfort. It also gave me great peace of mind knowing it was made from organic wool.
It’s awesome to see how committed they are to avoiding synthetic chemicals during production and by sourcing so many materials locally! It instills great confidence in parents who are always thinking about the safety and hygiene of their child (and where they rest their heads for half their life – yikes!)
The pillow gives my toddler a sense of safety and belonging as they receive a special, high quality, non toxic pillow made in a size just for them.
The simplicity of returning to a natural fibre over common synthetic materials is an initiative that meets ethical, sustainable and social responsibility all in one. I also really respect them moving away from compulsive buying culture and instead navigating to long term community relationships.