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This Eucalyptus bedding has changed my sleep! It stays cool and comfortable, so I’m not waking up warm in the middle of the night. Love them!
I tried the Eucalyptus sheets in Dove. They are so silky feeling and luxurious for the price. I can’t wait to get them in other colors.
Going to bed is such a joy now that I have these sheets. They’re so soft and comfortable. Definitely my new favorite summertime sheets.
Brianna D.Seriously in love! These sheets are so cooling and soft. I love the feeling of silky softness, and knowing that they’re made sustainably makes it even better!
We want to keep helping make healthier, more sustainable choices for our customers’ sleep and home experience. This means choosing materials that are luxurious and sustainable. Our eucalyptus material is similar to the bamboo you know and love, with even more sustainability in sourcing. Our material is sourced and farmed in Central Europe, specifically Austria, and are certified to FSC® and PEFC™ sustainability standards.
Eucalyptus lyocell is different than other materials because it’s made to be both sustainable and a performance-type fabric in that it is cooling, hypoallergenic and antimicrobial.
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 eucalyptus 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 eucalyptus lyocell bedding in the following sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, and California King.
Eucalyptus sheets are wonderful! Eucalyptus lyocell is a versatile fabric, and it features many wonderful qualities: it’s cooling, hypoallergenic, anti-microbial, and supremely soft.
Eucalyptus sheets are bedding materials that use eucalyptus as a raw material to then convert into fabric. These sheets tend to be softer and more sustainable to make than other common materials such as cotton.
Eucalyptus sheets do not have a smell. However, you can create a soothing bedding spray using eucalyptus and lavender essential oils to scent your bedding if that is your preference.
Yes, eucalyptus bedding is naturally cooling and breathable, and is a wonderful choice for hot sleepers.
We suggest cleaning our eucalyptus sheets and bedding on a gentle, cool water setting with the detergent of your choice. We also suggest that this is tumble dried on low or air dried. Our eucalyptus sheets can also be dry cleaned if that is your preference.
Yes, eucalyptus lyocell, also known as Tencel, sheets are known for their softness and smooth texture.
Eucalyptus and bamboo are similar, natural materials with many of the same properties. Eucalyptus may be seen as slightly more high end by comparison.
Yes, eucalyptus sheets are sustainable, especially when created in a manufacturing process like ours. Our materials are sourced in small batches and farmed responsibly in Central Europe, specifically Austria, and are certified to FSC® and PEFC™ sustainability standards. They are manufactured through a closed-loop process using organic solvents to ensure safety and sustainability through re-use.
Yes! Eucalyptus is naturally hypoallergenic and antimicrobial. Also, our manufacturing process is very friendly to the environment, and thus, to the body as well. Our fabrics are Oeko-Tex certified, meaning that no toxic, harsh or harmful chemicals or dyes go into the production of our bedding.
A eucalyptus duvet cover uses fibers made from the natural eucalyptus material, and converts them using chemical solvents into various types of fabric, including our eucalyptus lyocell, also known as tencel. Lyocell is a soft, breathable, versatile material. It is made from wood cellulose and transformed into fabric, and then into our lyocell duvet covers.