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Bamboo lyocell fabric is naturally light and breathable, especially because of its moisture-wicking capabilities. This means that even in the hottest and most humid of temperatures, bamboo lyocell will not stick to the skin. It also has temperature-regulating features which enable it to keep you warm as needed but still cool in the summer.
Our bamboo lyocell sheets are less likely to tear and pill than traditional cotton sheets or other bamboo fabric brands in the market. Since the lyocell process uses lesser chemicals, "the fibers in lyocell sheets are tougher in viscose sheets".
Bamboo lyocell is naturally hypoallergenic and antibacterial. Bamboo lyocell sheets reduce allergies because they reduce the amount of moisture in your bed which avoids one of the primary triggers of allergies, dust mites, from living in your bed.
While it’s true that the initial cost is more expensive, the value that you get from your bamboo lyocell sheets will last for years. From its cooling factor to its health and sanitation benefits to its long life, you definitely get your money’s worth out of these bamboo lyocell sheets!
The majority of bamboo sheets in the market today are made of bamboo viscose (also known as rayon). Like other bamboo products, viscose is naturally soft and hypoallergenic but at a cheaper price. However, it definitely comes at a significant cost.
Most bamboo viscose producers still use a corrosive chemical as the solvent in order to dissolve the plant pulp. This may not only affect the durability (may last shorter than bamboo lyocell), but the fabric also tends to pill and becomes less softer in the long run. But of course, it all depends on how you take care of your fabric. So whatever type of bamboo fabric you have, make sure to give love and proper care.
Bamboo lyocell is tagged as one of the most sustainable and innovative textile materials of the 21st century. In the production process, raw bamboo pulp is dissolved using a non-toxic solvent, producing non-hazardous effluent. The fiber is created using a closed-loop system that recycles 98% of the water used during fabrication. The result is a bamboo fabric that:
- Is the most green option as it requires less energy and water to produce
- Tends to be stronger
- May avoid pilling
- Has certification dependability, even if fabricated in countries with loose restrictions