Pros and Cons of Bamboo Sheets

Bamboo sheets are the softest linen in the world and exceptional smooth. Unlike cotton which has been used for bedding for centuries, bamboo is relatively new and many people don’t know the pros and cons to bamboo bedding. We have compiled a list of the pros and cons of bamboo bedding to help you make an informed decision the next time you need to invest new bedding.


Exceptionally Soft and luxury

Did you know bamboo is the softest fabric in the world? You will find bamboo texture is similar to high quality silk, however more sustainable and easier to maintain. The stunning soft comfort will surely bring you the most amazing slumber every night.

Sensitive Skin & Allergies

Whom bamboo bedding is wonderful for people with allergies, acne or sensitive skin. It is naturally hypoallergenic and is antibacterial, leaving you with the most restful night’s sleep.

Temperature Regulating & Sleep Cooler

Bamboo is breathable and will regulate your body temperature and keep you cool in summer and warm in winter. It has the ability to wick away moisture and sweat from your body and help you to stay cool and dry during hot and humid summer nights.


Bamboo sheets are made from fibres from bamboo plants. Unlike cotton which require a lot of water and pesticides to grow. Bamboo requires little water, zero pesticides and does not require replanting after each harvest. They absorb five times more carbon dioxide than most trees and release 35% more oxygen.


With proper care, your bamboo sheets will last you for years.



100% organic bamboo is more expensive compare with traditional cotton sheets. However the comfortable and softness that you get from bamboo sheets are equivalent to 1000TC Egyptian cotton sheets.


Bamboo is extremely soft and is also a delicate material, it is recommended you follow our care instructions for washing and drying. Wash separately and in cold and gentle cycle with delicate laundry detergent. Dry on the line or tumble dry on low heat.

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