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The Best Sheets, Tested and Reviewed by Everyday Health

We are featured in Everyday Health's article entitled "The 10 Best Sheets, Tested and Reviewed"

Read the excerpt below.

When it comes to bed sheets, just call us Goldilocks. We don’t like scratchy linens or heat-trapping fabrics. We want sheets that feel just right and help us get a good night’s rest.

Good sleeping habits have been shown to be important in maintaining optimal health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) , insufficient sleep has been linked to chronic health conditions, including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, depression, and obesity.

Best Soft Sheets

HoneyDew Sleep Bamboo Sheets


  • 100 percent organic bamboo
  • Soft and moisture-wicking
  • 60-night return policy


  • Pricey

HoneyDew sheets are some of the softest and most comfortable bedding we’ve ever had the pleasure of sleeping on. These sheets also feature specially designed corner straps to prevent “sheet-slipping.”

Yes, they can be pricey, but according to the National Institutes of Health , we spend one-third of our lives either sleeping (or attempting to do so), so we think they’re worth it. We even recommended these sheets to sleep-deprived friends.

Buying information:  HoneyDew offers an easy checkout that allows customers the option of paying in four installments. The sheets have a one-year limited warranty, which covers any defects in materials and workmanship. Free shipping on all orders in the United States over $50.

Sheets come in a variety of different materials, including cotton, bamboo, flannel, linen, silk, polyester, and microfiber.

Natalie D. Dautovich, PhD, Environmental Fellow from the National Sleep Foundation, says it's important to consider your individual preferences and comfort when selecting bedding materials. 

“Trying different fabrics, textures, and weave types can help to create a sleep environment that is tailored to your unique needs and help you sleep through the night,” she says.

In addition, Dr. Dautovich says sheets and bedding are just one part of creating a healthy environment for sleep. “Ultimately, a comfortable bedroom that is dark, quiet, and cool is ideal,” she says. “Good sleep practices begin before your head hits the pillow.”

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