Cozy Earth

Bamboo Fiber Bedding

Sleep In Softness

All-natural and sustainable, too, these bamboo sheets feel like silky, matte satin. They’re amazingly soft and smooth. And when we learned about the wonderful benefits of bamboo—it’s temperature regulating, hypoallergenic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-mold—we knew it was a find we had to share.

Bamboo fiber wicks away
moisture, so it keeps both hot and cold sleepers comfortable. It naturally resists dust mites and bed bugs, too. Cozy Earth doesn’t detract from the natural properties of their fibers—keeping out chemicals, dyes, and anything synthetic. It’s all certified organic.

Founder Tyler Howells saw a need for natural bedding when his pregnant wife suffered from hot flashes and couldn’t get comfy in bed. He realized that anyone could benefit from the advantages of bamboo bedding, and we couldn’t agree more.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Mike

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Cozy Earth Bamboo Bedding to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you may have!

  • Mike
    Mike – Special Guest
    2/14/2017 9:51 AM

    Happy Valentine's Day! Please don't hesitate to ask any questions about our amazing Premium Bamboo Bedding!

  • Nathan
    2/14/2017 10:37 AM

    Can you comment on the process used to create the final fabric's fibers? For example, is carbon disulfide used (a known carcinogen)? If not, what other solvents take bamboo from harder than steel to soft as cotton? It's great that bamboo's growth rate is so high and its cultivation so eco-friendly, but turning it into fabric so far hasn't measured up on those scores. Have you pioneered a radical new non-toxic processing method? I'd imagine you'd have said so… I don't mean to be too pointed about it but the dissonance of caring about eco issues bothers me in the case of bamboo fabrics' so far less than stellar eco record in a product folks are otherwise even likelier to purchase unaware of such a downside or shortcoming. I hope you understand that the spirit of my question hews to that ethos.

  • Mike
    Mike – Special Guest
    2/14/2017 10:46 AM

    @Nathan Great question! Just like any fabric there are MANY ways it can be developed. There are two main ways to turn bamboo into a fabric. A "rayon" process can be used which is cheaper and more chemically involved. We use a "viscose" process that we have worked tirelessly to ensure Cozy Earth's process is the cleanest and most sustainable around.

    Our bamboo comes from USDA organic certified agriculture and we use an alkali base and many stages of extremely hot water to break down the bamboo into a viscose fiber we can then turn into a thread.

    We also are OEKO-TEX 100 Certified (tested free of harmful chemicals) which we are really proud of. We've tried to go above and beyond on all fronts!

  • Nathan
    2/14/2017 1:00 PM

    @Mike Typical viscose solvent recovery is 50%, whereas Tencel is available through a closed-loop system that not only doesn't use toxins but reuses its solvents. Those characteristics would have interested me; looks like I'll have to stick to Tencel or hemp for now. I appreciate your reply.

  • dan
    2/14/2017 11:01 AM

    What is your return policy if I don't like it or does not perform as advertised?

  • Mike
    Mike – Special Guest
    2/14/2017 11:18 AM

    @dan Great Question Dan! We know how difficult it can be to purchase bedding without being able to try it. We are confident that you'll love Cozy Earth that we offer a 30-day money back guarantee (full refund) if you are not completely satisfied with any of our products.

    This way, you have the option to make the decision whether or not to keep the product after you have tried it.

  • Mike
    2/14/2017 11:07 AM


    Congrats on a new product line. I wish you well w/ it. But I'm surprised at the pricing. Over $200 for a single pillow puts you out of reach (by necessity or personal choice) of many customers. Case in point: I was this weekend shopping for housewares and came across perhaps 8 different pillows at a discount store for less than $21 each. Given that competition, are you dooming yourself to failure? Greater than 10X competition pricing suggests your pillows can be purchased only by the "I have money to burn" or the I don't know value" crowd?

    Given your pillows are made of grass, (yeah, I know; special eco-friendly, renewable...grass!) is it REALLY wise to break into a price-competitive market at 10-Times-Competition price point?

  • Mike
    Mike – Special Guest
    2/14/2017 11:17 AM

    @Mike When we first introduced our Silk Pillow w/ a Bamboo Shell we were worried about the price tag knowing it was an expensive pillow . . . however, since we introduced it to market we can barely keep them in stock! We've found out people have been searching for an amazing pillow!

    Our pillow is also filled with Long-Strand Mulberry Silk (the finest silk on the planet!) and there are layers and layers of this high-quality silk filling that gives our pillow incredible softness while maintaining great support for your neck and head while you sleep.

    Using polyester or "memory foam" as a pillow filling is much, much cheaper, but it also creases and folds with use at a much quicker rate then our Silk filling. Our Cozy Earth Silk Pillow is definitely in a class all by itself!

  • David
    2/14/2017 11:16 AM

    Mike, are you using organic, earth-friendly dyes?

  • Mike
    Mike – Special Guest
    2/14/2017 11:22 AM

    @David Hi David. At Cozy Earth we don't use any harmful chemicals or dyes in the manufacturing of our bedding. This is the main reason we only carry one color (white) of bedding.

  • Brenda
    2/14/2017 11:42 AM

    Hello Mike, I got a set of bamboo fiber sheets for Christmas. I LOVE them, as a matter of fact, I never want to sleep on anything else. They are that good. Congrats.

  • Mike
    Mike – Special Guest
    2/14/2017 11:50 AM

    @Brenda Brenda, thanks so much for sharing. We love hearing that. :)

  • Patricia
    2/14/2017 12:14 PM

    not sure if I missed it but how do you wash these?

  • Mike
    Mike – Special Guest
    2/14/2017 12:33 PM

    @Patricia Great Question Patricia. For the Sheets and Duvet Covers you would was them like normal.

    Bamboo Sheets, Duvet Covers, and Pillow Cases

    Care Instructions: Machine washable on cold. Mild cycle, mild detergent. No bleach, no fabric softener. For questions or more detailed care instructions, please contact us at [email protected]

    To Naturally Freshen: Hang dry in mild to moderate sunlight once every 3-5 months for 1-3 hours. Bamboo fibers naturally rejuvenate and refresh in sunlight. Cozy Earth's bamboo sheet sets are naturally hypoallergenic, resistant to bacteria, and other harmful microbes, making them inherently more wonderful than your average sheets.

    For Comforters we recommend the following care:

    Care Instructions: Spot clean or dry clean. For machine washing: Rinse cycle only, do not spin. Machine dry on delicate, low heat, or hang dry. TO AVOID THE CLUMPING OF FILLING, add 2-3 tennis balls when machine drying and try to wash and dry in a commercial-sized dryer and washer. Use of our protective bamboo duvet cover is recommended. Use of a protective duvet cover is strongly recommended and required to validate manufacturer's extended warranty. Regular or excessive washing of our comforters is unnecessary if you are using and washing your protective duvet cover.

    To Naturally Freshen: Remove comforter from duvet cover and hang dry in mild to moderate sunlight once every 3-5 months for 1-3 hours. Bamboo and silk fibers naturally rejuvenate and refresh in sunlight Cozy Earth comforters are naturally hypoallergenic, resistant to bacteria, and other harmful microbes, making them inherently more wonderful than your average comforter.

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