OBamboo is a cellulose fibre made from the pulp of bamboo grass. It is praised for its eco-friendly properties – being sustainable, renewable and biodegradable. It is also water-efficient crop that requires no fertilizers or pesticides to flourish. Bamboo is luxuriously soft – almost like silk but at a fraction of the cost. As a breathable fabric, it’s ideal for summer or winter, and perfect for sensitive skin.

What is Bamboo

A member of the grass family, bamboo is a versatile plant that can be grown just about everywhere – except for the iciest of climes. Bamboo fabric can either be produced mechanically or chemically. In the mechanical process, the woody part is crushed and natural enzymes are used to break it into mush before the fibres are combed out and rolled. For the chemical process, the leaves and soft inner pith are crushed, soaked in liquid and reconstituted before being spun into yarn.Praised for being the world’s fastest-growing plant, bamboo can grow up to a meter per day. One Japanese species is said to have sprouted over 3 meters in a single day! As a grass, bamboo will easily regenerate after being cut, without the need for replanting.

Why Bamboo

,Natural fibre ,Super eco-friendly ,Luxuriously soft ,Absorbent ,Durable ,Breathable ,Anti-bacterial & hypoallergenic ,UV resistant ,Regulates temperature ,Strong colour fastness ,Wrinkles less than other fabrics ,Good for sensitive skin ,Sustainable & renewable ,Biodegradable & recyclable ,Versatile

Care For Bamboo

Always cold wash bamboo fabrics on a gentle cycle, and definitely do not tumble dry. Wash with a gentle bleach-free detergent. Line dry or dry flat to help your garment retain its shape. Iron on a low setting to avoid scorching the fibers.