Bamboo a sustainable material and without pesticides

Bamboo is an amazing material as a raw material, both for making scaffolding for construction, and for making the softest bedding that has ever touched.

1. It is self-regenerating and fast-growing
Bamboo is sustainable is due to the speed at which it grows! A bamboo plant can grow and be ready to be harvested in 3-5 years, which is a much faster and therefore more sustainable process.

Bamboo is also self-regenerating, which means that, after being harvested, it will begin to regenerate by itself, without fertilizers or pesticides. Six months after the first harvest, the bamboo will grow back and begin to ripen.

2. Produces less carbon emissions than cotton-based products
Bamboo actually absorbs 30% more CO2 than leaf trees and than cotton. It also releases 35% more oxygen than the cotton plant.

3. Less land and 30% less water is needed for bamboo cultivation
The cultivation of materials for use in our daily life can be an intensive process that requires a lot of land and water. Bamboo, however, requires less land to grow because it is self-regenerating and utilizes land in a more sustainable way.

4. No chemicals or pesticides required to grow bamboo
One last reason bamboo is sustainable is because it doesn't need fertilizers, pesticides or other chemicals to cultivate it. This is not only better for the planet, but also better for our body, since bed linen is in direct contact with our body.

Now that you know that bamboo is a sustainable material, you may want to introduce this material into your daily life, starting with your bedding is an excellent way to contribute to the environment, as well as to your well-being.

Our bedding is made of 100% EOKO-TEX certified sustainable bamboo.

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