PureWow spotlighted Cariloha bamboo sheets in their article, “The 16 Best Cooling Sheets for Hot Sleepers, Because “No Sweat” is Our Sleep Mantra,” where they talk about Cariloha sheets having a silky, sateen feel but still having a cooling benefit because of the bamboo material. Pure Wow is an American media company that publishes women’s lifestyle content and receives more than 5.9 million unique monthly visitors.
The 16 Best Cooling Sheets for Hot Sleepers, Because “No Sweat” Is Our Sleep Mantra
By Dana Dickey
SAY BUH-BYE TO NIGHT SWEATS
If the mere thought of cocooning in heavy sheets makes you sweat, but sleeping on top of them isn’t an option (you’re not an animal), then it might be time to invest in bedding that’s specifically designed to regulate your body temperature. Because as all hot sleepers know, it feels impossible to keep cool while you snooze—particularly during these historic heatwaves. Here are 16 of the best cooling sheets to shop just in time for the dog days of summer.
How We Chose the Best Cooling Sheets
We chose the best cooling sheets in the most scientific way possible: We slept on them ourselves. From our Editor-in-Chief’s go-to Allswells (from $27) to our Commerce Director’s newfound love for the Buffy Breeze sheets (from $100), we’ve done our fair share of research to ensure these options really live up to the cooling hype. As for the ones we haven’t yet tried, we did our homework, digging beyond the marketing jargon into the ratings, reviews and materials. Below, the absolute cream of our crop.
Cariloha Resort Sheets
- Pros: 100-night trial, sustainable, repels odors and allergens
- Cons: pricey
- Material: bamboo viscose
- Thread count: 400
- Available sizes: queen to split king
These have a silky, sateen feel, which is somewhat unusual in a cooling sheet because sateen achieves its lustrous finish through a tight weave. However, it’s made of bamboo, which is naturally thermoregulating and woven to let heat dissipate and stay chill to the touch. (It’s also naturally odor resistant.) You can try this set for up to 100 days before making a decision, too, which is one of the longer trial periods we’ve seen.
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