Why Use Bamboo? Is a remarkable and highly versatile natural resource. For many centuries it has been utilised in Asia in a range of uses, including in cooking, construction, transport, textiles and medicine. It is only relatively recently that the Western world has discovered how offers a wide range of benefits and an eco-friendly solution to many of our modern requirements. Is, quite simply, a wonderful, green resource that is hugely beneficial both to the way we want to live our lives and to the environment.
Is to cotton what cashmere is to wool – a more soft and luxurious feel.
Bacteria do not live well in fabric. So it doesn’t get smelly even after many days.
Fabric cuts out 97.5% of harmful UV rays, so perfect for holiday/travelling cover-ups.
*Exludes 125gsm weighted fabric
KIND TO SKIN
For allergy prone skin, fabric is perfect. It’s anti-static and sits well next to your skin. No Irritation.
Fabric absorbs moisture away from your skin, keeping you drier.
Bamboo fabric is warm, yet it is also breathable. Performance in all temperatures.
Bamboo only needs rain water to grow. Very little, if any, additional water is ever required.
100% Bamboo viscose is biodegradable.
Bamboo yields the same volume as cotton from 10% of the land area.
Thrives naturally without using any pesticides or fertilizers
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world, so yields more often from the same plot.
As a grass, bamboo is cut not uprooted, so is good for soil – particularly as it can grow on slopes not viable for other crops.