Cooling TENCEL™ Lyocell
TENCEL™ Lyocell—the fancy name for eucalyptus fibers—is one of the most sustainable fabrics in the game, made from the pulp of FSC & PEFC-certified eucalyptus wood. By nature, this material is cool, soft, and moisture-wicking, making it ideal for comfy sleep.
Naturally hypoallergenic (less sneeze, more zzz’s)
Eucalyptus fiber is naturally and uniquely hypoallergenic and resistant to dust, mites, and mold, so you can sleep without the sniffles.
FineSlumber Cooling Eucalyptus Women's Pants
Cooling TENCEL™ lyocell fiber
The fancy name for eucalyptus fibers—is one of the most sustainable fabrics in the game, made from the pulp of FSC & PEFC-certified eucalyptus wood. By nature, this material is cool, soft, and moisture-wicking, making it ideal for comfy sleep.
Composition: 100% TENCEL™ lyocell sourced in Central Europe, final product constructed in Shanghai, China.
- CChrisVerified Buyer3 weeks agoRated 5 starsOh no!!! I need another pair NOW!
These are fabulous. This fabric is nicer than the bedding. I have the duvet cover and pillowcases in the Cooling Eucalyptus fabric, which is supposed to be the same, but these are silkier and softer, with a nice weight, more like sueded silk. For size reference, I'm 5'5" and ~145 lbs and the M is perfect. I was afraid they'd be too long and drag, but they're perfect. The waist is perfectly comfortable and lays flat. Not bulky at all.
I put these on right when I received them and I already know I'm going to want to wear them ALL the time, so I'll probably just order another pair. This is coming from someone who has bought pjs at goodwill and/or worn the same threadbare sweats to bed for a dozen+ years because I'm all about practicality and thrift. I finally decided to get some real, comfortable pjs that aren't completely see-through! This is the first time I've bought myself some nice sleepwear in just about ever. Now that I work from home .... I just need more.
FWIW, I'd love different color selections. I got the dark blue, and it is lovely, but I'd personally never choose any of the other colors. I've never cared much about fashion for sleep wear, but if I'm buying something nice, and could choose forest green (which is the color of my sijo duvet cover and absolutely gorgeous), or dark red, or dark grey, or black, or brown ... well, I'd just start wearing them out of the house.Was this helpful?