When Buffy designed this comforter, the company went back to the fundamentals, right down to the fabric. For that, they used mainly spa-grade eucalyptus lyocell. Aside from being soft to the touch, this 200-thread-count fabric is sustainably sourced, hypoallergenic, breathable, and antimicrobial, meaning it stays clean for longer and is ideal for otherwise sensitive skin. As for the other 20% of the fabric, that’s made from 37.5° polyester, a special blend that’s infused with volcanic materials for breathability. But the benefits don’t stop with the outside fabric; what’s inside matters just as much. Keeping you warm, but not too warm, is a polyester-blend fiber filling made primarily from recycled PET plastic bottles free of BPA and phthalates. Fifty of them, to be precise, which otherwise would have ended up in a landfill. Instead, they’re transformed into a spun fiber, then air-blown and layered to reach cloud-like volume. The result is irresistibly soft, insulating, and breathable. Compare that to a down comforter that uses the feathers of a dozen live-plucked geese or ducks, and you’ve got a bed cover you can feel good about.