Sustainable Materials

Here’s why we think these materials are better options for our planet.

Regenerative Fibres

Bamboo Rayon

Plant Fibres

French Linen

Organic Cotton

Bamboo Rayon

A hugely sustainable plant to grow, Bamboo only needs rainwater instead of irrigation, and no fertiliser is required to boost its growth.

The rayon in ‘bamboo rayon’ sheets are first generation cellulose fibres, which require chemicals to process and convert into the bedsheets as an end product.

Grown fully with rainwater, bamboo uses 80% less water than the cultivation of conventional cotton

52% less carbon emission than conventional cotton in life cycle assessment

Growing process is net carbon negative, as more carbon is absorbed due to bamboo’s high growth rate vs the carbon footprint during harvest.

French Linen

One of the world’s most sustainable materials, linen is created from the flax plant, with an entirely sustainable production process. As flax grows using rainwater, added irrigation is not needed, saving litres of water. To add to that, the average amount of carbon dioxide conserved by flax production yearly comes in at a whopping 250k tons — that’s a 75 percent smaller carbon footprint than that of conventional cotton!

Learn how flax is transformed into linen fabric here.

No added irrigation water needed

2 - 3 times longer lifespan than cotton & bamboo sheets

Organic Cotton

Organic or not, cotton isn’t perfect as the ginning process of cotton requires extremely high water consumption. Organic cotton also struggles with efficiency and yields on a per hectare basis. However, functionally cotton remains unrivalled in certain aspects (e.g. water absorbency in our towels!). We choose to use organic cotton as much as possible in our products.

Up to 50% smaller carbon footprint vs conventional cotton at the yarn and greige fabric preparation stage

Reduces water pollution by 98% since no synthetic fertilizers or chemicals are used