Bamboo

The bamboo fiber: gentle on skin and kind with the environment

Bamboo is one of the most appreciated textile fibers from those who care about the environment, a fiber with exceptional properties.
Firstly, it is extremely soft, with one hand, to the touch we can compare it  to  silk. It is strong: more than  the cotton fiber.
The fabrics made of bamboo fiber are also naturally anti-microbial and highly breathable: in a nutshell, do not tend to accumulate moisture and leave sweat on the skin, with the unpleasant odor as consequence.
The cultivation of Bamboo is highly sustainable from an environmental perspective: the plant reaches maturity in about four years and can live even a hundred years. The shrubberies are able to grow in a few centimeters of the ground and in extreme weather conditions, having limited need for irrigation.

The use of fertilizers and pesticides is not necessary because of the antibacterial properties of the plant. Instead crops improve the quality of the soil in which they are sown. Consider also that the bamboo plants consume C02 four times more than trees and produces 35% more oxygen!

So the bamboo fabric is not only lightweight and durable, but also possesses great antibacterial and disinfectant.
Thanks to its physical properties, the bamboo fiber is able to absorb and evaporate human sweat in a few seconds and does not require any chemical process, which means that it does not cause any skin reaction nor allergic reactions: perfect even for the most sensitive skins.

Also, gives an amazing sense of freshness, making this tissue particularly suitable to be worn on hot summer days.
According to various tests, the clothing items made of bamboo fabric are cooler about 1-2 degrees compare to other types of clothing and keep the skin pleasantly dry, thanks to the nature of the shape  hollow of this fiber.
The bamboo contains pectin from honey, healthy for the human skin, and is impervious to UV rays thus
bamboo dressing in the spring and summer provides good protection against UV rays.

The fabrics of bamboo retain the properties of good stability, resistance to the folds, fluff and its antifungal and antibacterial nature, even after repeated washings.

From an environmental point of view the bamboo is an organic and natural fiber and the final fabric, obtained with a processing free from toxic chemicals, is 100% biodegradable.

A material with  the numerous benefits without the disadvantages of the synthetic ones.