The fibres we use to produce our textiles have considerable beneficial effects - suffice to think of bamboo charcoal, known to release anions that activate our surface cells, purifying the blood, reducing tiredness and improving our health (underwear ). The milk protein, casein, used to make yam, nourishes and softens the skin, it is anti-bacterial and healthy and can be used instead ofwool for certain articles. Soya, for fabrics with excellent breathability and the capacity to trap heat, is resistant to bacteria, comfortable and known as plant cashmere.

Hemp, a natural thermal fibre, grows without any help from man, oxygenates the soi! it grows in and is resistant. Clothes made from this material can be wom in both summer and winter, thanks precisely to its thermal characteristics. Ramie or Nettle cloth is a very fine, ancient fibre that can be used to make any kind of fabric. The fibre deriving from a renewable protein in cereals is an active fibre because its 18 amino acids have beneficial effects on the skin. It has good absorption properties in the damp and is completely biodegradable (cereals used are maize and rice). Good anti-bacterial activity. Pearl fibre is produced using a highly refined process, nanotechnologies applied to the textile. Resistant to UV rays, soft and comfortable, it is a viscose with pearl-powder particles. Crabyon is a fibre made from a blend of Chitosan and viscose. Chitosan is a derivate of Chitin, a natural origin compound obtained from the shells of crabs and crustaceans, with the following characteristics: very high anti-bacterial properties, completely biodegradable, non-allergenic biocompatibility and high absorption ofhumidity. Seaweed fibre, rich in minerals and vitamins, promotes remineralisation ofthe skin, has anti-inflammatory effects and is beneficial in dermatological treatment. Natural non-allergenic bamboo fibre contains apple pectin, which is good for the skin and resistant to UV rays. lt is a hollow fibre with a cool, light sensation, 100% biodegradable and with high breathability. LENPUR, a viscose fibre deriving from the pruning ofNorth American white pine trees, is highly hydrophilic and ecological and helps to regulate the body temperature. Corn fibre (Ingeo™) is antibacterial, hypoallergenic, absorbent, biodegradable and compostable. Fabrics with recycled cotton or carded wool yarns from Prato, PET. Natural fibres such as cashmere, carnel, alpaca, silk. Our product categories: jersey/knits, wovens, soft furnishings, combined fabrics.

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