If there is one sure-fire way to show someone you really care this season, it’s by giving them a gift that will keep on giving. As they say, the average person sleeps for one-third of their life, and finding a way to improve the sleep quality of your loved one is truly one of the nicest things you could ever do for them.
Finding the perfect gift for some friends and family can be a project in itself, and most people already have enough jewelry and trinkets to last a lifetime. To avoid stale gifts, consider the endless benefits of organic linen sheets. You can find linen flat sheets, queen sheet sets, and even linen underwear, all of which help your loved one to sleep better than ever.
The magic of organic linen lies in its superior comfort, temperature control, and durability. For starters, a person wearing linen clothes perspires about 1.5 times less than when dressed in cotton clothes, and they also perspire twice less than when dressed in viscose clothes. At the same time, linen is an ideal warmth-keeper when the temperatures drop. Linen possesses high air permeability, which makes it perfect for cold weather. It naturally carries a heat conductivity that is five times higher than wool and a whopping 19 times as that of silk. As an added bonus, your loved one will never get shocked while making the bed again. Linen cloth does not accumulate static electricity, and even a small addition of flax fibers (up to 10%) to a cloth is enough to eliminate static electricity.
Linen sheets will also withstand years of washing, which makes them much more of an investment than a purchase. They can absorb as much as 20% of their weight in moisture before feeling wet, which means your loved one will always have a pleasant, fresh, cool feeling when they lie down at night.
These are just a few of the main benefits to sleeping on linen sheets, but your loved one will come up with several more after just a few nights of quality sleep. Plus, if you want to get organic linen sheets as a little holiday gift for yourself, nobody has to know.