Natural fibres There are 46 products.

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  • Sisal

    Sisal is a fiber extracted from the leaves of some specimens of agave, plants which are grown mainly in the warm regions of America ( Mexico and the United States ),in East Africa and in Java. It's a flexible and resistant fiber, and maintains constant its antibacterial, antifungal, and hypoallergenic properties .

  • Cotton

    The most common vegetable textile fiber in the world, comes from the capsule of a bushy plant. The cotton fiber has excellent hygroscopicity, good toughness, heat resistance, excellent physiological adaptability. Composed of 95% cellulose, cotton is light, soft and absorbent. It washes at 60 ° in washing machine

  • Flax

    From Linum usitatissimum , ( Linacee of the family that has more than 200 species ) are extracted fibers for use in spinning , weaving and oilseeds used for medicinal and industrial purposes. The yarn obtained is long and rugged , smooth and shiny

    Fiber appreciated for its freshness, breathability , the insulating power , the hypoallergenic qualities and dyeing resistance.

  • Bambù

    The Bamboo fiber is characterized by excellent permeability and smooth feel.

    It is a new natural fiber considered " Eco -Friendly " as in its production are not used chemical additives, does not pollute the environment and the fabric that results is biodegradable. In addition, the natural antibacterial properties of Bamboo eliminates the possibility of skin allergies .

    This new product has the typical characteristics of the natural fibers, including a particular antibacterial resistance and exceptional breathability.

  • Loofah

    Hypoallergenic and biodegradable, made from a plant similar to a pumpkin, the cylindrical loofah, which dried fruit, properly worked, provides a sort of sponge from large, rough and resistant grating, but at the same time gentle; from the whole fruit, about 40-60 cm long, 4-5 sponges are obtained, which are used to massage the skin during a shower, with bubble bath or bath oil. The massage with loofah stimulates circulation, strengthens muscle tone. It can also be used dry for a deeper scrub, to the elbows, feet and knees and to eliminate the so-called "goose bumps" result of ingrown hairs after using depilatory waxing. It can also serve for an anti-cellulite massage, as it facilitates the absorption of anti-cellulite creams and improves circulation. Rinses easily, does not hold soap, it dries quickly and does not mildew; in fact, it has a long life, even years, if properly used.

  • Viscose

    Artificial natural substance derived from cellulose and subjected to a physical-chemical treatment with carbon disulfide and sodium hydroxide, which produces the artificial fiber called rayon-viscose. Is marketed in the form of continuous filament or staple, it has good toughness, thermal stability and hydrophilic. It is used alone or in blends with other natural or synthetic fibers.

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