Why bamboo fabric is good for baby?

Bamboo fabric is a uniquely breathable material that wicks moisture away from the body, keeping your baby cool and dry in the summer and warm and cozy in the winter. Often compared to silk and cashmere, bamboo fabric’s luxuriously soft and silky texture will allow your baby to nap comfortably in the day and sleep soundly through the night.
Why Bamboo
  • Softer than Cashmere: Bamboo fabric is incredibly soft, luxurious and warm, perfect for baby’s sensitive skin.
  • Thermo-control: Because bamboo fabric is both breathable and moisture-wicking, it is naturally thermo-regulating, keeping baby warm in winter and cool in the summer.
  • Moisture Wicking: Bamboo fabric absorbs moisture away from the skin, preventing clammy and sore skin in hot temperatures. The natural agent, often referred to as “bamboo kun,” also helps bamboo clothing to resist harbouring odours, keeping your baby smelling clean and fresh!
  • Antibacterial: Bamboo naturally blocks the growth of bacteria and therefore does not require the use of harmful chemicals and pesticides during its growth process. There is a natural agent in the plant itself that makes it hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-static.  Bamboo clothing is ideal for babies with sensitive or allergy-prone skin, especially newborns, who can be particularly vulnerable at such a young age.
  • Easy to Wash and Highly Durable: Our sleep wears are designed to last, wash after wash, and to be passed down between siblings over many years.
  • Kind to the Environment: Bamboo is the quickest growing plant in the world. It is an extremely sustainable and renewable resource and can grow up to 4 feet in just 1 day! Unlike cotton, bamboo crops grow naturally without any pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers and without the need for agricultural tending and large diesel tractors to cultivate the soil. Additionally, bamboo crops absorb 5 times the amount of carbon dioxide and produce 30% more oxygen than comparable trees, thereby reducing greenhouse gases and cleaning our air! Bamboo is also 100% biodegradable. Talk about eco-friendly!


A Look Into Bamboo Fiber 

Is bamboo a natural fiber? No, it’s a regenerated cellulose fiber, which means that a natural raw material is converted into a fiber that falls into a category between naturals and synthetics. It is categorized as viscose rayon and luxury fabrics such as modal or tencel which is known for its soft and luxurious feel and breathable and moisture-wicking functionality, are also in this regenerated cellulose fiber cateogory Due to its softness, sheen, and moisture-wicking functionality, rayons are often used in inner clothing.
Bamboo Fibre Breakdown
Casalia’s Bamboo Fabric 

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