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What certifications and standards do Homebody products meet?
What certifications and standards do Homebody products meet?

Homebody products are made with a mix of innovative and natural materials. Learn more about the certifications and standards they meet.

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Written by Shuang Liang
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We created Homebody products because we believe you should have it all — comfort, style, and lasting craftsmanship. We also believe in striving to make products that you and you family can feel good about. For that reason, we select the highest quality materials that have certifications to back them up.

As a company we care deeply about health and safety, as well as the future of our planet. We work with a family-owned factory that we regularly visit, and have close and trusted relationships with our suppliers. We are always striving to make our impact a positive one.


What it means:

If a textile article carries the STANDARD 100 label, you can be certain that every component has been tested for harmful substances. This includes PFAS and chemical flame retardants.

The test is conducted by an independent OEKO-TEX® partner institutes on the basis of their extensive OEKO-TEX® criteria catalog. In the test they take into account numerous regulated and non-regulated substances, which may be harmful to human health. In many cases the limit values for the STANDARD 100 go beyond national and international requirements.


What it means:

Now considered the industry’s most rigorous certification program for foam used in bedding and upholstered furniture, certified foams are:

  • Made without formaldehyde

  • Made without ozone depleters

  • Made without phthalates regulated by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

  • Made without mercury, lead and other heavy metals

  • Low VOC (volatile organic compound) emissions for indoor air quality (less than 0.5 parts per million)

  • Screened for relevant chemicals, including fire retardants, that are classified as carcinogens, mutagens or reproductive toxins and are harmful to human health

FEATHERS: Eiderdown

What it means:

Eiderdown is a rare natural resource. It is an ethically-sourced and high-quality down. Farmers that provide sanctuaries to Eider ducks are able to harvest the feathers only that the bird has already shed. It is an exceptionally soft material and has unique compression-resistant and temperature-regulating properties.


  • Meets stringent regulations for the harmful chemical list as set forth in California's Proposition 65.

  • Does not use toxic flame retardants per California's SB 1019 which requires upholstered furniture to have a label stating whether or not the item contains flame retardants.

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