Blissfully soft, silky and gentle, Bamboo is as kind to your skin as it is eco-friendly and sustainable. Naturally temperature regulating for cool comfort, exceptionally moisture absorbing and breathable, hypoallergenic Bamboo bed linen effortlessly cares for you and your body as you sleep. A simply stunning and luxurious choice, with clean, casual elegance.


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Bamboo sheets have a natural anti-wrinkle property compared to some other materials. However some degree of wrinkling is expected. They are less likely to wrinkle if line dried or dried on low heat.

This is dependent on personal preference. If you perspire heavily or have oily skin you may need to wash more often. We recommend washing according to the instructions on the wash care label. 

When removing bedding from the washer, handle it gently to avoid stretching, tearing or snagging the fabric. Support the weight of the wet bedding to prevent excessive strain on seams or edges. 

Take care to untangle any twisted or balled-up bedding before pulling it out of the washing machine. Pulling forcefully on tangled fabric can lead to tearing or damaging the stitching. 

Avoid overloading the washing machine with too much bedding. Overloading can lead to inadequate cleaning and increase the risk of damaging the items during the washing or spinning cycle.

No, Bamboo sheets have the ability to absorb and wick away moisture from the body, which helps prevent sweat and odour build up. They are fantastic for the warm summer evenings. 

Bamboo fibres are naturally hypo allergenic which makes them resistant to dust mites, mould and mildew. It is less likely to cause allergic reactions or irritate sensitive skin. Bamboo sheets also keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Bamboo has breathability and temperature regulating properties, it is hypo allergenic and moisture wicking. Bamboo sheets are known for their luxurious softness and comfort. Bamboo is a highly renewable source that grows rapidly without the need for pesticides or excessive water. It has a lower environmental impact compared to cotton farming. 

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