Believed to have healing benefits, both physically and psychologically, aromatherapy has been used in different cultures around the world for thousands of years. And when it comes to harnessing feelings of stress and anxiety, the sweet scent of lavender can do wonders, especially in the bedroom.
If you find yourself tossing and turning at night, unable to shut your brain off and relax, these luxurious sheets that carry the subtle smell of lavender can completely change the way you snooze. In addition to this unique treat for your nose, this four-piece set is super-soft to the touch, helping to turn your bed into a no-stress zone.
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But stress isn’t the only thing that can keep you up at night. Sheets that don’t breathe can cause a pretty nasty case of night sweats, which is never pleasant. But with this set’s breathable bamboo blend, you’ll stay cool and comfortable throughout the night. Plus, they’re hypoallergenic and antimicrobial, which means no bacteria or dust mites will irritate you as you snooze.
Each bamboo sheet set includes all the bedding basics, including one fitted sheet, one flat sheet, and four pillowcases, all in a classy ivory hue. And since they’re fade-resistant and wrinkle-free, they’ll always make your bed look and feel warm and inviting — just don’t be surprised when you never want to get out of it!
Check out the Bamboo 4-Piece Lavender Scented Sheet Set’s stellar online reviews!
“Great sheets! I had another similar set that lasted for years. When they became threadbare I ordered this set and I love how soft they are! Good price.” — Patricia B.
The Sheet set is comfortable and fits great. A great bargain. The texture is exceptionally inviting. Simply elegant!” — Robert P.
“These sheets are wonderful, so very soft and they smell heavenly! Nowhere else can you buy 1800 thread count sheets that smell like lavender!” — Nancy G.
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