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Cozy Beginnings: Welcoming the New Year in Sustainable Bamboo Pajamas

Posted by Sarah Berkey on

The right pair of pajamas can take you from struggling to fall asleep to drifting away to dreamland in no time. But, the material they are made of can make all the difference, too. Most traditional pajamas are made from synthetic materials that are uncomfortable, irritating to the skin, and itchy. Contrarily, bamboo pajamas offer superior softness and sustainability, which make them the clear winner. 

Once you try bamboo pajamas, no other pajamas will ever cut it. Let’s take a look at why bamboo pajama pants are so great and how they are perfect for welcoming in the new year. 

Bamboo Pajamas: The Ultimate Sustainable Sleepwear

As the name implies, these pajamas are made out of the bamboo tree. The fibers can be blended with other materials to create a much softer material than the synthetic materials commonly used in textiles. 

There is far more to bamboo fabric than just softness, as it is also incredibly breathable and moisture-wicking to keep you fresh and dry throughout the night. It also has natural antifungal and antibacterial properties, which means less worry about your pajamas developing an odor, even after multiple uses and washes. In other words, your new bamboo pajama pants will last longer than regular pajamas. 

Moreover, bamboo is an incredibly sustainable material. It is the fastest-growing plant on the planet, according to Guinness World Records, and it can be harvested multiple times without killing the plant. It also requires less resources to grow and harvest. Scientific American states, “Bamboo can be cultivated with little to no fertilizer, pesticides, heavy harvesting machinery or irrigation, and bamboo root systems can protect steep banks from erosion.” 

Additionally, bamboo trees produce around 30% more oxygen and absorb more carbon dioxide than typical trees. These factors make for a textile with a much lower footprint than the synthetic plastics commonly used in textile production. 

Where to Find the Best Bamboo Pajamas

If you want to score yourself a set of the best bamboo pajamas, check out ours here at Not Labeled. We offer options for both men and women, with a couple of our options listed below. 

Women’s Stripe Inset Bamboo Pajamas 

Our women’s stripe-inset bamboo pajamas combine superior sleepwear with a bit of flair. The bamboo fiber will make you feel like you’re putting on a cloud, and a design inspired by Japanese kimonos makes for the best pajamas you’ve ever had. 

Men’s Piped Accent Bamboo Pajamas

Far too many men’s pajamas are made of synthetic materials that make them uncomfortable and hot to sleep in. Our men’s bamboo pajamas, however, offer breathability and softness, making them the perfect sleepwear. The piped accent brings a little bit of style to luxury sleepwear. 

Shop Not Labeled’s Loungewear

At Not Labeled, we have a wide variety of pajama options for both men and women. If you’re interested in checking out more, visit our website to view the men's and women’s bamboo pajama set collection to find your favorite. We welcome you to the best sleepwear you have ever tried and hope you enjoy drifting off to dreamland in comfort. Shop today!

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