Have you heard about this remarkable organic fabric that provides so many environmental and health benefits? I’m talking about bamboo – the best thing since sliced bread. To many people the idea of wearing bamboo on their bodies can sound a bit unusual. After all, isn’t bamboo this sturdy material that floors, furniture and even bridges are made of? Yes, it is. But bamboo is also a very versatile natural resource which can be transformed into fabric that’s unbelievably soft, comfortable and healthy for the planet and its inhabitants. Here are just some of the benefits you can expect to receive if you enrich your wardrobe with organic, bamboo pieces.
Supreme Comfort Everyone Can Afford
Life’s too short to put up with uncomfortable, scratchy clothes. But no average person has the money to buy high-end luxurious fabrics their whole life. So, if you’re looking for the softest and most comfortable fabric which also comes with a reasonable price tag, bamboo is the answer. Once you discover the luscious feel of bamboo on your skin, you will never want to go back to cotton or a different fabric again. Whether it’s bamboo womens tops, baby clothes, or men’s socks, this fabric offers supreme comfort for the whole family.
Extremely Breathable and Temperature Regulating
But what are comfy clothes if they make us feel sweaty and clogged up inside? Most clothes today are only fairly breathable. And if they’re breathable, then they are not that great in keeping us warm. And this is where bamboo beats every other fabric. Clothes like bamboo womens tops, leggins, and underwear are extremely breathable and moisture-absorbent. If the clothes your body comes into close contact with are made of bamboo, it means your skin will get stay dry and fresh longer. Incredibly useful if you’re busy and you have no time to change clothes throughout the day.
But not only is bamboo breathable, it’s also highly adaptive to the body’s heat. The structure of its fibres allows bamboo to keep the body refreshingly cool when it’s hot, but also cosy and warm during colder temperatures. This makes bamboo clothes unique pieces which you can wear all year round without having to worry about temperatures.
Anti-bacterial and Hypo-allergenic
We spend the most of our days in clothes, so naturally you’d want only healthy fabrics to touch your skin. But chemicals are commonly used as part of the manufacturing process of many fabrics, and can remain around even when the fabric is transformed into clothes. All that moving around creates friction that unleashes the toxins which can cause various irritations if you have particularly sensitive skin. Prolonged exposure to these toxins is even found to increase the risk of skin cancer.
On the other hand, the production of bamboo fabrics does not involve any chemicals whatsoever. Bamboo has the inherent ability to be anti-bacterial and pest-resistant which is why it doesn’t need to be chemically treated. The plant itself has a natural protective agent called “bamboo kun” and most of it remains preserved even after the plant has been transformed into fabric.