Bamboo Fibre

Bamboo fibre consists of cellulose, hemicelluloses and lignin, which amount to over 90% of the total mass. It has natural functions of anti-bacteria and deodorization which helps people be odour free and feeling and smelling fresh. Its anti-ultraviolet 98% of harmful UV rays cut), anti-static and antifungal nature, and micro-gaps which absorb moisture make it suitable for protective clothing. It keeps the wearer almost two degrees cooler in the heat and noticeably warmer in the cold. Bamboo fibre is 100% biodegradable in soil by microorganism and sunshine…. more

Bamboo pulp is converted into yarn and fabric by separating into thin threads of fibre, which are then spun and dyed for weaving into cloth. Since the fibers are not chemically treated, they are naturally smoother and rounder with no sharp spurs to irritate the skin, thus being hypoallergenic.

Bamboo naturally grows without pesticides or fertilizers and this beneficial quality remains in its textile form. Bamboo fibre is used for clothing, bed linen, duvet covers towels, etc. It can also be blended with cotton, hemp or even Lycra as required. Bamboo fibre fabric is softer than any high thread count cotton fabric and highly durable even after many washes. They last longer than cotton sheets and therefore cost-effective.

The manufacturing process uses sodium hydroxide, not a harmful chemical (when used responsibly) and has absolutely no effect on the environment or workers’ health. This Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) and the Soil Association approved process is used to produce organic cotton.

Bamboo fibre is thermo-regulating, which means our sheets will keep you warmer in winter and cooler in summer. They are good for sensitive skin.





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