Bamboo´s eco-friendly benefits and properties 

Biodegradable. Bamboo plant itself is completely biodegradable and all its parts are very usable. The fabric is 100% natural cellulosic fibre which makes it biodegradable in soil by sunshine and microorganisms. Its decomposition does not cause any harm and pollution in environment.  

Requires minimum energy and water consumption. It grows with rainfall only. Fabric made of bamboo requires less washing because of its soil release property and save time, money, water and energy. 

Carbon neutral. Bamboo fibers “absorb the same amount of carbon dioxide gas from environment during their growth as they release during their production cycles, thus helping in keeping the atmosphere clean. “ (Sustainable and Environmental Friendly Fibers in Textile Fashion, Report No. 2010.9.14, Muhammad Adnan Ali Muhammad Imran Sarwar University of Borås ) 

Strength and durability. Researches show that the bamboo fibres have strong durability, tenacity and stability. So you do not have to worry about the wear and tear from washing them.  

World´s fastest growing plant. Bamboo has very vast root system which allows to grow faster as compared to normal plant and without fertilizers. Bamboo grows to maximum height in 4 months and reaches maturity in 3-4 years.    

Anti-soil erosion. Bamboo has excellent property of anti-soil erosion and is used for land restoration.  Bamboo is cut, not uprooted, allowing it to regrow for regular harvesting without replanting, aiding soil stability.     

No animal cruelty.  Not only is bamboo vegan, but by the way it is cultivated, processed and manufactured the bamboo fibres used in our collection are not posing a risk for the animals. 


Referenced research publications 
Sustainable and Environmental Friendly Fibers in Textile Fashion, Report No. 2010.9.14, UniversitY of Borås 
Bamboo Fibers and its Application in Textiles, BY: K. Saravanan and C. Prakash, 2008 
Bamboo-Green Gold, Amit Moza and Monika Koul, 2016, NISCAIR/CSIR, India 
Biomass and Bioenergy: Processing and Properties, Bamboo Fiber Processing, Properties, and Applications, Abstract , Came, Made  Mahmood, Isra, Gul, Alvina, 2014 
Investigation and comparison of antibacteria lproperty of bamboo plants, natural bamboo fibers and commercial bamboo viscose textiles, Bahrum Prang Rocky & Amanda J. Thompson, 2020 
Moisture Vapor Permeability and Thermal Wear Comfort of Ecofriendly Fiber-Embedded Woven Fabrics for High-Performance Clothing,  Hyun-Ah Kim, 2021 
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