Your underwear should support a good cause. It should uphold that those are important to you.
Your homeware choice should reflect your hang-ups about soil erosion, deforestation, water scarcity, and the current nitrogen crisis. Bamboo briefs are the next emergent thing.
Hypoallergenic bamboo is the latest Polyester/Cotton alternative and the new Elastane and Lycra Spandex. And are the very latest in an environment- kind kecks.
To add to the lockdown loungewear trend, bamboo boxers, T-shirts, sweat pants, socks, bathrobes, and pajamas have arrived in the UK from the Netherlands. The items are designed to be worn around the house and are specially made to enhance relaxation.
The Dutch firm Bamigo has come up with a bamboo fabric with microscopic holes in its fibers to aid in ventilation. The fabric absorbs up to 70% more moisture than cotton without retaining unpleasant odors, allowing the skin to breathe and ensuring freshness throughout the day for its customers. The thermal regulating effect of bamboo fibers provides added protection against the cold whilst also preventing overheating. They are quick-drying,crease-free, and don’t require ironing.
Bamigo is committed to a sustainable and more durable alternative to cotton clothing, needing only sunlight and rainwater to grow. The use of bamboo also has a positive impact on global environmental concerns such as deforestation and the Greenhouse Effect. Bamboo also provides natural UV protection.
“Through our innovation, we work to give bamboo underwear another dimension,” said Bart Hoorntje, CEO at Bamigo. “Our clothing feels like a second skin. We believe British shoppers attach as much value to sustainability as we do,”
Engage with environmental issues, wear more socially-conscious socks and enlightened, less harmful-to-the-environment, and more kind to Gian pandas t jimmy-jams. Fill your drawers draw with more positive—planet products. Sadly, bamboo underwear does not absorb carbon dioxide. Nor does it grow 5-20 cms a day.