Why are Bamboo Sheets Good?

by Bamboo Betty

Why bamboo sheets are good

Why bamboo sheets are good can be explored by comparing them to cotton. The best bamboo bed sheets are made of 100% rayon from bamboo, and when we compare this to conventional cotton fabric, we can determine the many reasons why you would want bamboo bed linen.

In this article, we will look at the pros and cons of bamboo sheets.

Bamboo sheets are good because they are feathery soft and pamper your skin

Firstly, the best bamboo sheets are twice as soft as conventional cotton sheets. Compared to conventional cotton sheets, they also drape very differently over your body and feel incredibly comforting against your skin. Some people even say that sheets made from bamboo rayon practically hug you because they make you feel thoroughly pampered and snug.

Luxurious texture and silky smoothness are qualities of the best bamboo bed sheets

Additionally, bamboo bed linen is luxuriously smooth. Bamboo yarn has a lower hairiness rating than conventional cotton yarn. Therefore, bamboo fabric has more surface area of smooth fiber sides instead of fiber tips. Also, bamboo fiber is round and fine, resulting in fabric that is non-abrasive and glides easily over the skin.

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The best bamboo sheets are resistant to pilling so you can say goodbye to fuzzballs

Moreover, due to its lower hairiness rating, bamboo sheets are less susceptible to pilling than cotton sheets. You will certainly have fewer lumpy and unsightly fuzz balls on your bamboo rayon sheets. Choosing sheets with a tight twill weave will all but eliminate the issue of lint balls.

Bamboo sheets are good for helping you to overcome night sweats
Furthermore, bamboo bed linen helps you overcome night sweats and hot flashes. Bamboo fabric has micro-gaps that allow your body heat to escape. The micro-gaps trap cool air under the sheets and help regulate your body temperature. Indeed, bamboo rayon sheets do feel on average about 3 degrees cooler than conventional cotton sheets.

Bamboo rayon sheets will keep your skin well-ventilated

The micro-gaps in bamboo sheets also provide ventilation and help prevent your skin from becoming sticky and sweaty. Air circulates more easily through the sheets and this helps your perspiration evaporate faster. In this way, bed sheets made from bamboo rayon are 3 times more breathable than cotton sheets.

Bamboo sheets are good at keeping your skin comfortably dry

Also, bamboo bed sheets are very absorbent and moisture-wicking. Bamboo cloth absorbs more than its weight in water. It readily pulls perspiration away from your skin and transfers the moisture to the outer surface of the sheets where it evaporates. This allows you to avoid those feelings of dampness and so that you may sleep comfortably cool during hot nights yet snugly warm during cold nights.

Eco-friendly bamboo sheets help save our planet

Lastly, if you are looking to be eco-friendly, then a bamboo bed sheet set is the perfect choice. The bamboo plant regenerates and replenishes itself, spontaneously regrowing from the roots whenever its stalks are harvested. Unlike cotton crops, bamboo is not replanted every year and their roots remain in the ground for decades, helping to prevent soil erosion and landslides.

Bamboo crops also grow ridiculously fast (up to 3 feet a day), thus they produce continuous and sustainable harvests. Plus, bamboo plants do not need pesticides nor fertilizer, and they consume only a third of the amount of water that cotton plants do. These attributes of the bamboo plant combine to make bamboo fabric the eco-friendly sheets of choice.

Bamboo sheets are good for you and your family

Using bamboo bed sheets can yield many advantages and is a wonderful way to provide you and your family many comfortable nights and better quality of sleep.

Article By: Bamboo Betty Bautista

Bamboo Betty is a writer with Comfy Bamboo Sheets where she blogs regularly about various topics related to bamboo sheets. She has had extensive experience researching and answering all the questions that you wanted to know about bamboo bedding. If you have a question or any topic you want Bamboo Betty to write about, please get in touch via email.

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