Five Things You Didn't Know About Bamboo Fibre
Bamboo grass is one of the fastest growing, evergreen perennial plants on Earth. Because of its eco-friendly nature and sustainability, bamboo fabric has caught the attention of many designers. Made from bamboo pulp, bamboo fibre is spun, dyed, and then made into yarn and fabric.
So here are 5 fun facts that shed light on how amazing the bamboo plant is for you, your skin and the environment.
- Perfect for people with sensitive skin
Bamboo fibre is naturally soft and feels like a combination of silk and cotton. With its naturally hypoallergenic quality, the bamboo fabric limits skin irritation and prevents allergic reactions. It is, therefore, perfect for people who experience allergic reactions to natural fibres
- Regulates Body Temperature
Unlike many natural fibres, bamboo fibre consists of micro-gaps, which in turn helps in better ventilation. And as a result, it traps cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter to regulate our body temperature. It means you stay a few degrees cooler in the summer and a few degrees warmer in the winter.
- Organically grown with no chemical pesticides
Bamboos are antibacterial and antifungal. Since they possess an antibacterial bio-agent called "Bamboo Kun" allowing bamboos to naturally flourish and grow organically with no chemical pesticides, they are inherently disease and pest-resistant.
Absorbent & Moisture Wicking
Bamboo fabric is 3 to 4 times more absorbent than cotton due to its porous nature. It allows moisture to be absorbed more readily, and keeps you dry and comfortable all day long.
Clothing and materials made out of bamboo are biodegradable, making the fabric even more desirable So, here’s to bamboo and the incredible benefits that come along with it!
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