Environmental Benefits of Bamboo Bedding

By Kelsi Hicken | Jan 12, 2021

Environmental Benefits of Bamboo Bedding

By Kelsi Hicken | Jan 12, 2021

Bamboo fabric is one of the most environmentally friendly fabrics available for bedding. From crop to bed, it has several eco-friendly benefits that aren’t talked about when it comes to deciding on bedding. Learn more about Cozy Earth's commitment to the environment and check out the list below to see how bamboo bedding can help the environment instead of hurting it! 

Close up image of bamboo

Bamboo grows super quickly. This means that when bamboo is harvested, it can be replanted and takes less time to grow back than other plants like cotton. This means that more material can be produced with less time and without consequences in quality.

Bamboo self-irrigates, so it consumes less water than other plants. This water can then be used for other purposes, like human consumption or food and other organic material growth, a major benefit for areas in the world where bamboo is grown as a crop.

Bamboo produces more oxygen than other trees and can help reduce carbon dioxide levels. With growing population levels, carbon dioxide is becoming increasingly prevalent in the earth’s air. With increased oxygen production from bamboo, more oxygen can be pumped into the atmosphere to create a better balance of natural gases.

Cotton, among other fabric materials, is typically grown using a lot of pesticides to keep insects out of the crop, some of which can be hazardous to human health. Bamboo, on the other hand, uses less pesticides in its growth, so its growth/fabrication process is less harmful to the people who will be using the bedding or clothing made from it.

Woman waking up refreshed in Cozy Earth pajamas

There are so many different things that we can do for the environment, from picking up litter to carpooling to work, so why not make the eco-friendly choice in bedding? Check out Cozy Earth's bamboo bedding selection and feel good about shopping.

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