March 30, 2022 - wellness, products
Sleep Easy on Malouf™ Sustainable Bedding
You spend over a third of your life sleeping, so we know you want bedding that will make you feel comfortable. Here at Malouf™, we make a deliberate effort to design products that maximize health, comfort, and well-being, while also being kinder to the environment. You can sleep easy knowing that the products you buy are made sustainably. Today, we're going to share some of our favorite and best-selling sustainable bedding options.
Botanical Tencel™ Lyocell
Our most eco-friendly bedding is the Botanical Tencel Lyocell set. The Lenzing company, which created the innovative Tencel Lyocell fiber, established stringent guidelines for the wood and pulp used to make the fiber. It can only be sourced from certified and controlled wood sources, like natural forests and sustainably managed plantations.
All water used to create this incredible fiber is recycled at a recovery rate of more than 99 percent. It’s also a certified biodegradable and compostable fiber, helping to contribute to an overall healthier planet. When you sleep on Tencel Lyocell sheets, you’ll have sheets that are softer than silk, cooler than linen, and more absorbent than cotton, all combined into one smooth, sustainable package.
Supima® Premium Cotton
If you’re looking for homegrown, made-to-last bedding, the Supima Premium Cotton sheet set is perfect for you. Extra-long-staple Supima Cotton is part of the top 1 percent of cotton grown in the world. Supima Cotton is grown exclusively in the United States, all coming from 500 family farms. The long fibers of Supima make it a more durable cotton—twice as strong and just as soft as the traditional cotton you know and love.
With fibers that decompose in just a few months, Supima sets a new standard in what it means to be a premium, environmentally-responsible fabric.
Rayon from Bamboo
Our third sustainable bedding option is the Rayon From Bamboo. Bamboo grows quickly, releases more oxygen than hardwood trees, and uses less water to grow. It’s a naturally renewable crop that requires no fertilizer, no irrigation, and even regrows from its own roots.
When turned into fabric, the bamboo rayon has a unique open-pore composition that wicks away moisture. This feature regulates your body temperature, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The result is fibers that are gentle on your skin and feel silky soft.
There’s no better feeling than collapsing into bed at the end of a long day. When you do that with high-quality, durable bedding that is also eco-friendly, you’ll find the sleep you dream of. Learn more about what Malouf is doing to make environmentally-sound products in our annual Impact Report.