Women’s Bamboo Underwear

When it comes to women’s bamboo underwear, the buzz word is all about softness, breathability and sustainability. Unlike cotton which is often grown using pesticides, insecticides and artificial fertilisers – which deplete the planet’s resources and are responsible for draining the Aral Sea turning it into a desert – bamboo is organically grown and regenerated, making it a sustainable choice for lingerie and underwear.

Bamboo is also naturally antibacterial and odour-resistant, perfect for those with sensitive skin or who are prone to rashes or allergies. Additionally, bamboo fibre contains microscopic gaps and pores that wick away moisture from your body and allow it to evaporate quickly – leaving you feeling fresh and comfortable throughout the day.

Whether you’re looking for women’s bamboo bralettes, briefs or thongs, there are many options to choose from in this collection. Each piece is available in a variety of colours and designs to suit your style, so you’ll find the ideal underwear for your wardrobe.

Our best-selling bamboo underwear, the Classic Full Brief is a staple that every woman needs. Available in a range of absorbencies, from light-overnight to heavy-overnight, this style is soft, comfy and will keep you covered all through the day.

Another option is the Ham & Sam bamboo panties which are made of 95% bamboo fiber and 5% spandex (to make them stretchy). They’re ultra soft towards the skin, keeping you cool when it’s hot and warm when it’s cold. They come in a 5-pack, and are available in S, M, L, XL and XXL sizes.

Another brand to check out is Boody, who use sustainably-sourced bamboo viscose for their products and are eco-friendly. Their bralettes, thongs and hipster shorts are super soft and feel amazing against the skin. They thermo-regulate the temperature – keeping you cool in hot weather and warm in winter – so you can always feel at your best throughout the year. Like any other natural fibre underwear, you’ll want to wash them in a mesh laundry bag and gently on a cold water cycle with eco-friendly detergent. Avoid fabric softeners as they’re known to reduce a material’s absorbency, and be sure to read the care label for specific washing instructions.

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