PureWow, Yahoo Spotlight Cariloha for Best Bamboo Sheets

PureWow, Yahoo Spotlight Cariloha for Best Bamboo Sheets

PureWow’s Kara Cuzzone included Cariloha bamboo sheets in her article “The 13 Best Bamboo Sheets (All of Which are Super Soft)”. She talks about how Cariloha bamboo sheets will make you feel like you’re sleeping in a fancy hotel bed. PureWow is an American media company that publishes women’s lifestyle content and receives more than 5.9 million unique monthly visitors. This article syndicated to Yahoo!

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The 13 Best Bamboo Sheets (All of Which Are Super Soft)

By Kara Cuzzone

Whether you refuse to sleep on anything but 500-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets, or you’re shamelessly still using the $25 set you bought back in college, we’d like to offer some advice: Invest in bamboo sheets. Why, you ask? Well, they’re insanely soft, sustainable, ultra-breathable and moisture-wicking…basically everything you could possibly want in a bedding set.

Bamboo sheets come in a few varieties; there’s bamboo viscose, bamboo rayon, bamboo modal and bamboo lyocell. All of the fabrics are made from the same bamboo pulp, but the process in which the material is made is a little different for each, hence the different names. If you’re looking for the most environmentally friendly option, lookfor bamboo lyocell, since it’s sustainably made. Care most about breathability? In that case, go with bamboo viscose.

Not exactly sure which bamboo sheets are right for you? No worries. Here, find the best bamboo sheets for every need based on reader feedback and editors’ reviews. And yup, every option is super soft.



Aptly named the Resort Sheets, this set from Cariloha has a luxuriously soft sateen finish that will make you feel like you’re sleeping in a fancy hotel bed. In fact, according to the brand they’re even softer than 1,000-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets. “Well worth the money! They are incredibly soft, like butter,” confirms one reviewer. To keep them in tip-top shape, be sure to wash them in cold water and tumble dry on low heat.

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