Rest your head on our ethically-made, luxuriously-finished Organic Mini Pillowcase, stitched with 400 thread count, GOTS-certified organic cotton. Not only is our fabric safer for you and the environment, but it’s also gentler to the touch, with a sateen weave that creates a highly smooth, lustrous feel. An envelope design keeps the pillow from sliding out of the pillowcase.

GOTS Climate Neutral



The cotton in our Mini Pillowcase harnesses a 400 thread count and a sateen weave finish. Sateen is a four-over and one-under weave, which maximizes the surface area and gives it its subtle sheen and silky luster. It’s buttery soft. Our premium cotton also makes our pillowcase more breathable and airy, sleeping cooler than lesser cotton or synthetic materials.


Why does organic matter? Because conventional cotton is a polluted crop. Certified GOTS-certified organic cotton is held to a stricter standard, and ours is responsibly and sustainably grown in India without pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. This is better for you as well as our family farmers. Organic cotton delivers a luxurious finish, breathes easily, and wicks away moisture better than any synthetic material.


Every Avocado Organic Mini Pillowcase is Formaldehyde-Free Claim Verified and GREENGUARD Gold Certified. That means they’re scientifically tested to meet the world’s most rigorous emissions standards for chemical exposure and pollutants, such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde, and phthalates. Few pillows qualify for this gold standard. The pillowcase is also certified to MADE SAFE standards — a rigorous scientific process that screens for toxins known or suspected to harm human health, animals, aquatic life, or ecosystems.



As a Climate Neutral Certified company since 2019, we've measured Avocado's annual cradle-to-consumer emissions, offset them by investing in climate change solutions, and started taking real action to reduce our emissions. We also recognize our offsets and reductions aren't enough. Solving climate change will require systemic solutions. That's why, through our partnerships with Ceres and the American Sustainable Business Network, we also advocate for state and federal policies that support equitable solutions to the climate crisis.