If you are like me then you probably buy new bedding every couple of months. I normally go to Walmart or Target to get them and they are usually not more than $30. The problem here is that they either shrink, discolor, are uncomfortable or all of the above. I finally got to try out new bedding and it is safe to say that I will not buy anything else. This is where Sheets and Giggles comes in, an eco-friendly eucalyptus lyocell bedding that’s softer and more breathable than cotton, with up to 96% less water used.
Straight from their Indiegogo profile: “Sheets & Giggles’ eucalyptus sheets are manufactured via a lyocell process (boring, but extremely eco-friendly). They have higher softness and smoothness ratings than cotton, breathe better, are less prone to fade even after repeated washing, and are sustainably grown and knit.
S&G’s sheets also manage and evaporate moisture (i.e., sweat) better than cotton, which promotes an anti-microbial environment that will help keep sheets fresh and clean. They’re a hot sleeper’s dream.”
After sleeping on these sheets for over 2 weeks I can safely say this is the best sleep I have had in a long time, if ever. Honestly, I didn’t even need to try them for 2 weeks to know that these were the best. But of course, I had to be certain.
I normally sleep very hot and sweat like I just did 90 minutes of hot yoga. Yes, it is very unpleasant and I tried it all. From sleeping with the a/c on, to sleeping with the a/c and a fan on but that was only a small fix. The way these sheets are designed/made makes it TONS more comfortable for people like me who sweat when they sleep.
“S&G’s fabric is made out high quality eucalyptus wood pulp, a sustainable and renewable natural resource. We don’t harvest wood from ancient or endangered forests; rather, our eucalyptus trees are grown on sustainably managed plantations around the world. Our manufacturer puts a major focus on on forest conservation and bio-diversity at their plantations.”
When you think about it the price tag for these may seem high but when it comes down to it they are cheaper than going with other types. For just under $140 for a queen sized sheet set, this is a price tag that will make customers think twice. Look at it this way, would you rather spend $30 for way less quality sheets every 2-3 months or spend $140 for sheets that will last 10X as long, sleep better, and also healthier for your skin?
I strongly believe that anyone who tries these sheets out will have the same experience and will switch over to them just as I have!
If you have these sheets let us know what you think about them in the comment section below.