Bamboo Basics

Bamboo Basics

Bamboo is a highly renewable resource and one of the most durable, water-efficient plants in the world. It releases 30% more oxygen into the atmosphere and absorbs more carbon dioxide compared to other plants.

Their OCIA certified organic viscose from bamboo is grown without chemical fertilisers, herbicides or pesticides, which makes it a more sustainable choice for the environment. Through organic farming, they can naturally sustain soil health, prevent water contamination, reduce the use of toxins and chemicals, and build biologically rich agriculture. They use a ‘closed-loop’ process to recycle water and recapture the chemicals used to process bamboo. 

They use non-toxic, hypoallergenic, and Oeko-Tex 100 certified dyes to sustainably colour their fabrics. Their low-impact dyes contains no toxic chemicals or mordants (which fix the dye to the fabric). They require less rinsing and water usage, and have a high absorption rate in the fabric, which makes it a better choice for people and our planet.


32 products

32 products