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Top 3 choices of bed linens

When selecting your bed linens you will come across 3 top recommendation of fabrics by your family, friends or sales person. Below are the simple benefits of top 3 choices.

Bamboo Bed linens

Bamboo bed linens, are incredibly soft to the touch. In fact, bamboo bedding is even softer than   cotton. They highly breathable would not trap excess body heat under the covers with you. You’ll always stay cool and comfortable no matter what weather it is. Bamboo bed linens are naturally hypoallergenic and antibacterial. Important if you have children as they are more sensitive towards allergies and diseases than adults. Bamboo bed linens are also more durable than traditional sheets. Bamboo bed linens less likely to absorb the oils from your skin less likely to turn yellowish like traditional bed linens and they will look brand-new for years to come.

Tencel Bed Linens

Similar to Bamboo they incredibly soft to the touch and softer than cotton. They are also very breathable keeping you cool and comfortable. Tencel bed linens are naturally hypoallergenic and antibacterial. Tencel is a very eco-friendly fabric. Moisture tends to evaporate off Tencel bed linen as well, instead of soaking into your skin and the mattress below. It is also one of the durable fabric for bed linens.

Egyptian Cotton Bed Linens

Egyptian cotton is famous for its breath-ability, strength, and softness. A longer fiber means a stronger fabric and the ability to create a high thread count fabric. They are highly durable and can last for a long time. Since pure Egyptian cotton consists of finer threads, they can be woven into each square inch, producing a finer and more consistent finish, resulting in a softer and more flexible fabric. As well as this, since they are not picked by machines the fibers are stronger and more resistant to stress. It is also consider cooler than traditional bed linens like combed cotton, cotton blend, etc…


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