We only use very soft and delicate fabrics and they all have different qualities and reasons for being sustainable.
The reason why recycled polyester is considered as a green option in textiles is because it is using less energy and various studies all agree that it takes from 33% to 53% less energy compared to what’s needed to produce virgin polyester.
Next to that it also help keeping bottles and other plastics out of the landfills, since that’s what the recycled polyester is made from.
It is also cited as producing far fewer emissions to the air than the production of virgin polyester.
Lyocell is a form of rayon consisting of cellulose fiber made from dissolving pulp.
It is defined as a fiber composed of cellulose precipitated from an organic solution in which no substitution of the hydroxyl groups takes place and no chemical intermediates are formed.
Lyocell is therefore an environmentally friendly fabric.
Organic cotton is characterized by a production process without the use of pesticides, synthetic growth regulators and seeds is not genetically modified.
There is also often hospitalized a natural rotation of crops in the fields – in this way retained a more fertile soil that gives higher yields and resistant plants.
Milk fiber textile is made from sour milk from the dairy industry. The protein is extracted from the milk and made into a soft and shiny fiber that can be spun and used for fabric.
The fabric has qualities comparable to those of silk. Because of the bacteriostatic nature of milk fiber, it is being considered as a perfect material for the manufacturing of underwear.
Due to the fact that the material is a byproduct and has very few chemicals in production, it is regarded as a sustainable fabric.
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