Seaweed, Seacell™ material

New Age Materials: Seacell™

Posted by Holly Gardner on

Did you know that around 3,000 liters of water are needed to make one standard cotton pillowcase?

Cotton is a popular fabric, however our over-reliance of this single material has consequences. Cotton production results in the excessive use of water and pesticides, leading to water scarcity and pollution. There is a call for new materials that offer an alternative to Cotton, and consume less natural resources.

Seacell™ is made by combining cellulose from wood pulp with seaweed, which is known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. When combined with Cotton, it is a soft, lightweight fiber that is both biodegradable and eco-friendly, making it ideal for bedding.

Rich in minerals, antioxidants and vitamins

Seacell™ fibers contain a natural blend of minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins that nourish, soothe, and protect the skin. Research has shown that the fibers of Seacell™ material have been found to release essential vitamins and minerals, helping to reduce skin irritation and support in activating skin cell regeneration - which aids in the healing process. 

Temperature regulating

Seaweed fibers have a natural ability to absorb and release moisture quickly, helping to regulate body temperature and prevent night sweats. As a result, Seacell™ bedding keeps the sleeper dry and comfortable throughout the night, improving the overall sleep quality.


The anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties found in seaweed make it an ideal material for people with sensitive skin or allergies. The natural fibers of Seacell™ are gentle on the skin and help to reduce skin irritations, providing a healthier sleeping experience.


Seacell™ bedding is also recognized for its sustainability and environmental benefits. Seaweed is a highly renewable resource, and its production requires less water, space, and energy than other natural resources such as cotton. 

The production process of Seacell™ also contributes to its environmental benefits. The process of creating Seacell™ fibers produces negligible amounts of atmospheric pollutants, making it a more eco-friendly alternative to traditional textile production methods.

Seacell™ bedding can also be recycled after use, reducing waste and contributing to a circular economy. This way, the material's reusability allows for an eco-friendly option even after it's no longer needed.

The future of materials

As people look for more environmentally friendly and sustainable products, Seacell™ stands as one of the leading materials in the textile industry. By using Seacell™ in bedding, you can sleep comfortably knowing that they are making a positive contribution to the environment, and skin too. 

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