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Stories — tencel clothing

Workout clothes: Natural fabrics anti-bacterial properties, not anti-viral

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

In the Covid-19 context we are now all living in, we have been asked recently if Tencel Lyocell, or any other natural fabric such bamboo, have any anti-viral properties?

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What makes a Canadian eco-friendly sustainable clothing brand?

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

When every brands now claim a green benefit, jump onthe eco-fashion bandwagon, the only original premise of our Toronto made clothing brand has always been sustainability and nature, that in turns bring comfort, skin friendliness and performance.

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Tencel Vs Linen. Which is the best?

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

Still need to be convinced Tencel Lyocell is one of the best sustainable and natural fabric on the market? 

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What are the benefits of TENCEL™ Lyocell Clothing?

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

The natural benefits of #tencel clothing are just too good to pass! Skin-friendly hypoallergenic softness The plant-based, naturally made fibers, gives that extra organic comfort to sensitive skins - Our fabrics are certified STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® , no harmful chemical substances used in the product process. Thermal regulation The smooth fiber surface absorbs moisture efficiently. This supports the body’s natural thermal regulating mechanism and help to stay cooler in warm temperatures and warmer in cold temperatures. Unfavorable for bacterial growth & odor The fibers absorb moisture efficiently. In comparison to synthetics (Polyester, nylon) there is less available moisture formed on the surface of the fiber for bacteria to grow offering better...

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What is lyocell? What is Tencel?

Posted by Nicolas Mekchoudi on

When I started researching sustainable fabrics to make eco-friendly active wear, I came across many natural fibers already used in different ecological textiles, more or less know, such as: Bamboo, Merino wool, hemp, organic cotton of course. I had heard of Tencel but never of Lyocell...

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