1. Grows organically, without chemicals
Our bamboo is grown in the rainy Sichuan province of China and relies solely on rainfall to grow. Bamboo is grown without fertilizers or pesticides and requires no irrigation, only rainwater. The fast-growing, raw bamboo stems are cut into chunks, ready for the next step.
2. A closed-loop system
The raw bamboo is soaked in an organic solution to soften. The system is closed-loop - all liquid is recycled and all solvents are captured and removed to ensure that the process is as eco-friendly as the bamboo itself.
3. Dehydration and grind
The dehydration process allows us to extract the bamboo pulp that is then dried into flat sheets. When the bamboo sheets are completely dry, they are ground into a soft fabric.
4. Zero-waste design
The fabric is then extruded and spun into a viscose yarn that we use to knit our garments. The garments are knitted in tubes resulting in very little fabric wastage and seamfree design.
Bamboo viscose is luxuriously soft and particularly suitable for those with extra sensitive skin.
Breathable & moisture-wicking
The structure of the bamboo viscose contains micro-gaps, which provide ventilation and evaporates moisture that causes bacteria to multiply.
UPF50+ sun protection
All Boody garments are made from a UPF50+ rated bamboo fabric that will protect you from ultraviolet (UV) damage.
No pesticides. No insecticides. No fertilizers. The original bamboo is naturally organic and doesn’t require fertilizers to enhance its growth.
No artificial irrigation
Producing harvests of bamboo requires only rainwater and all water used in the production process is recycled and reused.
Improving air quality
Bamboo benefits extend beyond style and comfort. Bamboo plantations produce 30% more oxygen than an equivalent area of trees and absorb more carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases.
Fast growing, regenerating
Bamboo is the fastest growing and most versatile plant in the world, with some species of bamboo shooting up as much as one meter a day. Bamboo also helps to prevent soil erosion by promoting better soil health and restoring its nutrients.