Ettitude Sheets Review – Bamboo Bedding for Eco-Friendly Sleep?



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Attention eco-friendly sleepers! I’m taking a close look at the Bamboo Lyocell Sheet Set from Ettitude, which is made entirely of sustainable materials. So, if you’re looking for a way to “sleep green,” this may very well be the bedding for you.

Though bedding brand Ettitude was first established in Australia, it now caters to sleepers all over the U.S. as well. And all Ettitude sheets are eco-friendly, sustainably sourced, and rooted in one core material: bamboo lyocell.

Now, Ettitude does offer sheets made from bamboo charcoal lyocell and bamboo coffee lyocell but, in this review, we’re going to focus on pure bamboo lyocell. So let’s jump in and see what these sheets are made of!

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13 Replies to “Ettitude Sheets Review – Bamboo Bedding for Eco-Friendly Sleep?”

  1. I just ordered a set sheet in the lighter starlight blue. I am so curious about these as I love sateen sheets normally because they’re smooth. I’ve heard these sheets are good for people with sensitive skin and I am fair skinned and can get eczema now and then. Wrinkled sheets don’t bother me I mean, I figure I’m making them more comfortable and should look like they’re doing their job. I love the fact too that they come in 9 colors. Most sheets are either white, ivory, grey or whatever. Love the paradise green and pink too.

    I do appreciate your reviews, thank you for taking me out of my “comfort zone “.

  2. Never knew much about bamboo. Like the cooling/wicking qualities and the slipperiness and the choice of colors but they are pricey.

  3. Never knew much about bamboo. Like the cooling/wicking qualities and the slipperiness and the choice of colors but they are pricey.

  4. I love bamboo or tencel sheets because they're so breathable. They do wrinkle really easily, & I know myself – I'm not going to iron them. How do these compare to Purple's sheets? How stretchy are the Purple sheets compared to Sheex?

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