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Buffy’s new comforter is made entirely from plants

The all-eucalyptus bedding is designed to keep you cool

Overhead shot of bed with white comforter Photo: Buffy

Just in time for Earth Day, Buffy, the sustainable, direct-to-consumer comforter company, is releasing a new product: bedding made from eucalyptus fibers.

This is the second product from the company, whose first comforter, The Cloud, has an inner shell made with fibers from recycled PET bottles and an outer shell made from eucalyptus fibers. The Breeze gets rid of the PET inner and goes full-on eucalyptus.

The company claims the comforter’s plant-based materials is naturally more breathable, which helps regulate body temperature during sleep. The plant also has anti-inflammatory properties, which promotes skin health. Health claims aside, the bedding does have an impressively sustainable footprint.

Comforter on mound of objects Photo: Buffy
White comforter on bed Photo: Buffy

Buffy says it chose eucalyptus because the plant consumes much less water than a crop like cotton, which has helped the company save millions of gallons of water. Even better? The comfortable is totally biodegradable.

The Breeze starts at $170. And if you buy this week, the company will plant a tree for every comforter sold.