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Like silk, but better.

Features

Promotes Healthier Sleep

We all want to sleep better, and studies show that cooler temperatures lead to better, deeper sleep. Our bamboo lyocell is naturally cooling, extremely breathable, hypoallergenic and antimicrobial. All together, this means you’re likely in for comfortable, healthy, and restful nights, especially if you’re a warm sleeper.

Ultra-Smooth Material

Our bamboo is like silk, but better (and vegan)! This bedding is soft, smooth, and has a luxurious sheen. It's so easy to care for: gentle machine wash and tumble dry on low, steam if preferred. It may also be dry cleaned.

Sustainable

We try to do our best to help the planet while creating our products. We chose bamboo because as a raw material, it’s extremely sustainable. Why? It doesn’t require fertilizer or pesticides and it self-regenerates from its own roots. Our range is also Oeko-Tex Certified: it is safe on skin and free from any harmful or toxic chemicals and detergents. For more information on the sustainability and environmental friendliness of our bamboo, please see our FAQ.

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FAQ

Bamboo lyocell is a cellulose fiber and is created from dissolved wood pulp. It is 50% more absorbent than cotton, and it features moisture-wicking and anti-bacterial properties. Lyocell also requires less energy and water for production than cotton. A closed-loop process is used for production, which means that waste is minimized because the dissolving solutions are recaptured and reused.

Bamboo is different because it is a self-regenerating raw material. Unlike many other harvested material, bamboo can regrow from its own roots once they are cut, making it extremely sustainable. Much like Tencel, which is made from the pulp of eucalyptus trees, we use a closed-loop process to manufacture our bamboo bedding, which recaptures and reuses 99% of the dissolving solutions. Our fabrics also are certified Oeko-Tex, which means that no toxic, harsh or harmful chemicals are used in any stage of our production process.

Cotton requires more water and energy in order to be produced than lyocell. It is also less sustainable to harvest and has a lower absorbance or moisture-wicking capability. And while cotton, particularly Pima or other high thread count varieties feel luxurious, it often takes rounds of washing and time to soften the material to the desired comfort level. Lyocell, on the other hand, begins silky and soft and requires much less water and energy for production, making it a more environmentally friendly material. The cooling feeling,  moisture wicking capabilities and natural antimicrobial properties also make lyocell an attractive bedding material.

We do not focus on thread count for our bedding. It is a myth that higher thread counts are consistent with higher quality sheets, and the guidelines for thread count have not been formally outlined by the FTC. Not all materials use thread count as a measurement, and that is the case for our bamboo lyocell fabric. We focus on other components, such as sustainability, production quality, softness, and comfort as quality markers and put our energy into creating the best possible bedding products that meet these standards.

We offer our bamboo lyocell bedding in the following sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and California King.

Yes! Bamboo is naturally hypoallergenic and antimicrobial. Also, our manufacturing process is very friendly to the environment, and thus, to the body as well. Our bamboo is Oeko-Tex certified, meaning that no toxic, harsh or harmful chemicals go into the production of our bedding.

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