OCZ BLOG

UNDERCOVER: KILLING US SOFTLY. A look at the ingredients inside mattress components

YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT… AND SLEEP. Besides food, our mattress and bedding are probably the most intimate products we use everyday. Not only are we up-close and personal with our sleep products, keep in mind we spend a 1/3 of our lives sleeping. Collectively that’s a solid four months every year we spend in..

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CozyPure Cuddle-Up Club Slumber Party

Loyal customers gather to learn more about how organic comfort is made fresh daily at CozyPure. CozyPure has been in business for 25 years. In that time, it has gained quite a following of loyal customers across the country. With a product so durable, sustainable and amazingly comfortable, a lot of praise has been offered..

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100% Woman-Owned, Made-In-The-USA Small Business

On October 23rd, 2015, posted in: Environment, Green Living, Made in the USA, Woman-Owned by 0 Comment

I am woman, hear me roar. Helen Reddy’s song reached #1 on the charts in 1972. I was nine. Young enough to be influenced, according to the lyrics, that my gender had no barriers. Having a mom who owned and operated a small hair salon certainly didn’t hurt either. Of course, that’s not to say..

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Making it in America

On October 20th, 2015, posted in: Made in the USA, Woman-Owned by 0 Comment

A message from Cheryl Hahn, CozyPure CEO & Founder Once upon a time, America was a strong leader in the manufacturing industry, which created millions of jobs across the country. Outsourcing overseas for cheap labor gained popularity in the late 1970’s and has accelerated over the past few decades to the point where almost every..

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ORGANIC COMFORT MADE FRESH DAILY with Farm Fresh Ingredients

Organic Comfort Made Fresh Daily with Farm Fresh ingredients NATURAL LATEX RUBBER SUPERIOR MATTRESS MATERIAL In 1931, the world’s first latex mattress was made. The features of not having to be flipped, staying fresh, responsive, supportive and keeping its shape made the mattress a huge success. PROVEN TO PROVIDE HEALTHIER SLEEP The year 1954, latex..

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A doggone good time at work

On October 9th, 2015, posted in: Made in the USA, Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

If you know me, then you know how much I love my furry four-legged friends. Trust me, between felines and canines, my house is full. I have been a part of the CozyPure family since 2007 and immediately fell in love with the natural bedding, as well as the commitment to made in the USA..

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SLEEP: How Do I Love Thee? No More Counting Sheep For Me!

With my CozyPure Hotel Collection, counting sheep is a thing of the past. The “experts” tell us that we need to replace our sleep systems every 6-8 years. I had reached a milestone with my old mattress and so I set off on a quest. If you’ve ever been mattress shopping you know what I..

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THE HUMAN EXPERIMENT: Chemical Overload

On September 30th, 2015, posted in: Environment, Natural Bedroom, Organic Mattress & Bedding by 0 Comment

People assume that if something’s for sale, it’s safe. Unfortunately, this is not true. The Human Experiment, a documentary narrated by Sean Penn, investigates consumer products available for sale which we think are safe, yet contain thousands of unregulated chemicals. Did you know that we’re exposed to over 80,000 potentially harmful synthetic chemicals every day?..

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Maggie May’s Workshop Revisited: Before and After

  Photo from September 15, 2014 When Maggie May looked like this a year ago, it was hard to see a bustling workshop filled with hardworking artisans and beautifully finished handcrafted organic bedding. It was a “kitchen” in desperate need of an overhaul to make it a special place for organic comfort to be made..

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Maggie May’s Showroom: Before and After

Photo from September 10, 2014 A beautiful face starts with good bone structure. So, even though the walls and floors of what is now the CozyPure showroom were a bit dingy and misused over the years, her bone structure was still quite good. And just like other areas in the building, Maggie May’s showroom needed..

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