Why bamboo

Bamboo fibre is one of the most eco friendly materials available, one of the key reasons being that it is a naturally renewable resource. It is also the world’s fastest growing plant, which have been found to grow at up to 91 cm (35 in) per day or at a rate of 0.00003 km/h (0.00002 mph) which is 3 feet per day! There is also no need to use any fertilisers, pesticides, or herbicides to help the plant thrive.

Unlike hardwood trees, bamboo absorbs carbon dioxide and releases an astonishing 35% more oxygen into the atmosphere.

Luxuriously Soft

Soft
Bamboo fabric is twice as soft as cotton with a feel like silky cashmere.

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Hypoallergenic
Bamboo is naturally antibacterial which helps to protect against skin irritation and allergies, making it suitable for those who suffer from eczema, sensitive skin or hay fever caused by dust mites.

Highly Breathable

Highly Breathable
Bamboo viscose is extremely breathable while its structure and absorption properties act as a natural insulator to aid coolness in the summer and warmth in the winter.

Odour Free
Odour
Due to the absorbent properties of bamboo, the fabric wicks moisture and odour from our body keeping us dry and
comfortable.
Easy To Clean

Easy Care
Bamboo requires less frequent washing, needs no more than a 30 degree wash, dries in half the time of cotton and resists wrinkling.

Environmentally Friendly

Environmentally friendly
Bamboo is a sustainable resource (one of the world’s fastest and densely growing plants giving an excellent yield per acre compared to cotton and requires 1/3 the amount of water to grow).

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Climate Control
Bamboo is naturally temperature reactive and therefore feels warm in winter and cold in summer.