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homefashion SLEEP COMFIER, COOLER AND CLEANER with a Bamboo Mattress


e spend a third of our lives sleeping, yet many of us are not getting the quality of sleep we need. How well we sleep determines how we feel throughout the day, so your mattress should help you maintain an active, healthy lifestyle. If you find yourself tossing and turning each night, consider a mattress made from ultrasoft bamboo fabrics. More than just flooring and food for panda bears, bamboo can actually be made into comfortable, eco-friendly fabrics. Luxury retailer Cariloha turns self-replenishing bamboo fields into crazy-soft bamboo fabrics for mattresses, bedding, apparel, fitness wear, and bath goods. Made of viscose from bamboo, Cariloha Bamboo™ fabrics are twice as soft as cotton and 3 degrees cooler. They also wick moisture away from your body and naturally repel odors and allergens, making Cariloha Bamboo fabrics the perfect material for getting a good night’s rest. Designed to elevate your sleep, the Cariloha Bamboo Mattress features layers of comfort. The signature Bamboo



Comfort™ Memory Foam is naturally breathable and hypoallergenic, giving you a cooler, cleaner sleep. The Luxury Memory Foam adapts to your body shape, alleviating pressure off your body's main contour points while the Advanced Side-Wedge Supports work as a stabilizing system to give you a more stable and supportive sleep surface. The Flex-Flow™ Dual-Density Base Foam improves airflow between you and the mattress and helps retain the mattress’ ideal shape. All of Cariloha’s mattresses come with a 10-year warranty, so you can sleep soundly for years to come. Cariloha knows that the comfier the bed, the deeper you sleep. For more information on bamboo fabrics, you can contact Cariloha Huntington Beach at 949-220-0622. You can also visit their store in the Pacific City shopping mall across from Equinox at 21016 Pacific Coast Hwy in Huntington Beach or visit their website at


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Orange County Living February/March 2019  

Orange County Living February/March 2019