Instead of being extracted from stems or leaves, kapok fiber is produced around the plant's seeds. Known for their silky softness, skin-dry feel, and moth and mite resistance, kapok fibers are used for pillows and mattresses as insulation and stuffing.
A kapok tree is naturally found in a rainforest and is harvested from wild trees. They are not treated with any chemicals, pesticides or toxins. They are naturally healthy for human use.