I feel like people who don’t have sensitive skin, or any skin problems don’t appreciate clothing in the same manner people with skin problems do. As someone who has extremely sensitive skin, finding clothing that doesn’t irritate my skin or make it itchy can be quite a hassle. Synthetic fabrics, which a large portion of today’s clothing consists of, aren’t an option for myself, and many others who suffer from one skin problem or another. That being said, it wasn’t until a couple of years ago when I discovered the delight of the bamboo fabric, that the quality of my life turned around for the better.
Unfortunately, a lot of people haven’t discovered the benefits of wearing bamboo clothing, and the environmental benefits of using bamboo products. Luckily, however, bamboo clothing has become increasingly more popular in the past few years, and more and more people are discovering about it, and its benefits. If you want to be covered in a comfortable, soft fabric, that has many properties that help people with sensitive skin, then bamboo should be your fabric of choice.
You can find quality bamboo mens pants, socks, shirts, and even towels and bedding products online with relative ease, and you’ll soon find out that bamboo to cotton and other materials is what cashmere is to wool – a softer and more luxurious fabric. Moreover, bamboo fabric has antibacterial properties, meaning your bamboo mens pants, socks or shirts won’t get smelly so easily.
Additionally, it has hypnoallergenic and anti-fungal properties, which is something everyone with sensitive skin can appreciate. Furthermore, bamboo is more absorbent than cotton, since it is a very breathable fabric, and features thermo-regulating properties. All of this makes it the ideal fabric all year round, as it can help you stay warm in the colder months, and cool in the warmer months.
Besides bamboo fabric being extremely beneficial to wear, bamboo products in general are an environmental friendly option, because bamboo grows very quickly (is one of the fastest growing plants in the world), and it has a greater yield than cotton, for example. Furthermore, bamboo can grow anywhere naturally, without the use of fertilisers and pesticides, which results in quality, all-natural products. It also requires very small amounts of water, and rain water is usually enough for it to thrive. It’s good for any soil, and it can thrive where other plants cannot. So if you ever decide to use bamboo clothing and other bamboo products, not only are you doing yourself a favour, but the entire planet.