warmth of merino wool


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

We use NATIVA™ wool, which comes from selected farms in Uruguay that are certified 100%  muleseing-freeNATIVA™ merino wool is fully traceable and sustainable, respecting the environment, the animals and the people working along the merino wool value chain. 

Discover our merino sleepwear: 4x more breathable than cotton and as warming as other fabrics up to 50% heavier

eucalyptus fibres

Cooling eucalyptus

We use botanic fibres derived from eucalyptus trees and other sustainably grown trees. Wood and pulp used by Dagsmejan comes from natural forests and sustainably managed plantations. All fibers are certified with FSC® or PEFC™.

Eucalyptus needs 20 times less water than cotton and 5 times less high-quality farmland. Dagsmejan uses fibres from Lenzing, one of the most sustainable and ethical producers of any fibres worldwide.

Discovering our cooling pjs with eucalyptus: 8x more breathable than cotton they dry in 1/3 of the time.

beechwood fibres

balancing beechwood

The beechwood used in our Balance collection is sourced from sustainably grown forests in Austria and neighboring countries. Dagsmejan uses fibres from Lenzing, the worlds leading producer of cellulosic fibres and one of the most sustainable and ethical producers of any fibres worldwide.

It’s carbon-neutral, requires less land per tonne than cotton fibres and ten to twenty times less water.

Paired with patentend NATTWELL™ technology the Balance collection provide exceptional moisture- and temperature-management properties.

Discovering our temperature regulating sleepwear: 6x more breathable than cotton, 4x better moisture management.

kapok fibres


Kapok is a natural cellulose fibre found in the dried fruit of the kapok tree. The seeds can be harvested without causing any harm to the tree by simply removing the fruits from the branches or using fruits that have already fallen onto the ground. 

Kapok trees themselves are entirely renewable, meaning they don’t require any human intervention to grow successfully. And they can grow without any chemicals, fertilizers, or pesticides, which contribute to the overheating of our planet. 

Discover our kapok pillow: silky soft, dry to the touch and antimite.