Experience the Comfort of Bamboo Lyocell Beddings with Doze Days

Made from organic bamboo, the bamboo lyonell beddings promise super soft sheets perfect for doze days!

Modern Comfort Living

Doze Days started with a conversation we had about wanting to make our rooms feel more like our own. As condo owners and renters, we dreamt of a space perfect for resting and recharging that also corresponds to a more eco-friendly way of life. After all, a good sleep is a form of self-care. That made us look for a way to combine self-care and sustainability and found out about Bamboo Lyocell—a material that’s super soft to the touch and is made from organic bamboo. So here we are with Doze Days, a bedding brand that’s committed to creating simple and sustainable products that add value to your everyday life.

About Bamboo Lyocell

What made us choose Bamboo Lyocell as our main material is the 3S criteria: 

First is Soft. With its softness and breathability, it’s less abrasive to the skin and is an instant upgrade from the usual cotton sheets. It promotes better sleep by keeping the bed cool and comfortable. Bamboo Lyocell fiber is naturally silky that it resembles the lustrousness of Silk, making it a vegan and cruelty-free alternative. Its Anti-bacterial and Hypoallergenic properties make it a viable choice for everyone. 

Second is Safe. We made sure our sheets are Oeko-Tex® certified, meaning it has been tested for harmful substances. Oeko-Tex® is a certifying body that conducts research and tests to keep only safe and high-quality textiles in the market.  

and the most important one is Sustainable. With our sheets, we made sure they are made from organic bamboo processed in a closed loop system, meaning most of the water and organic solvent are reused. This closed loop system follows this process: 


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1. Raw Bamboo is cut and turned into pulp 2. The bamboo pulp is dissolved with an organic solvent—the liquid and solvents from this is captured then reused for the next cycle 3. The natural fibers are combed out and spun into yarn 4. The yarn is then washed with water from the dissolution process, which is then reused for the next cycle. 5. The resulting fiber then undergoes finishing and drying, which yields Bamboo Lyocell Fabric. 

Through this process, the water and solvent are 99% recovered and the excess waste that are released into the air and water are harmless.

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