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Eucalyptus has been on the rise to cult favourite status, quickly becoming a top choice over linen bedding. Which should you choose: laid-back linen or elegant eucalyptus? Read for our advice.

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We’re revealing our ultimate secret weapon for luscious locks: swapping to a eucalyptus pillowcase will be the best decision you’ve ever made for your tresses. Here’s why.

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Our vegan silk bedding is sustainably crafted from eucalyptus wood, becoming softer with each wash. Learn how to care for your eucalyptus sheets and enjoy luxuriously soft bedding for years to come.
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It’s hard to get through the day without blissful, rejuvenating beauty rest. If hot temperature during sleep is preventing you from living your best, it’s time to turn it down a notch. Here’s how to stay cool in bed.

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Touché vegan silk pillowcases have been hailed as a game-changer by beauty gurus worldwide. Their eucalyptus fabric cases have only been on the market for less than a year, but they're already received 100's of rave reviews from verified 5-star reviewers!
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Let’s have a look at all the benefits touché’s signature vegan eucalyptus silk has on your skin.

 

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Here at touché, we’ve made it our mission to give you all the facts. And the fact is there might be a lot you don’t know about regular silk. We’d like to set the record straight while offering you an amazing vegan alternative to regular silk.

Introducing eucalyptus silk (lyocell). Our signature vegan silk is as close as you can get to silk growing on trees. Instead of giving you a list of vegan silk benefits (and it is a long list) - we’re going to help you compare and contrast our silk with regular silk.

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Eucalyptus is becoming popular for bedding products due to its sustainable manufacturing process, beautifully soft feel, and breathability, among many other benefits. Eucalyptus as a material is known as Lyocell, made from the pulp of Eucalyptus trees. The production of eucalyptus lyocell is far superior to cotton and has shown to have a much lower environmental impact. 

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