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Tencel®

Considered to be the material of the future, this biodegradable fabric is made from cellulose fibers derived from wood pulp. It has emerged as an effect of sustainable production in a closed-loop process, where water and the organic solvent are recycled - the recovery rate for the nontoxic and eco-friendly solvent is more than 99%.

 

Tencel is gentle, soft and durable. Thanks to its thermoregulatory properties, it can be worn/used both in summer and winter. The fibers are breathable, absorb moisture and prevent bacterial growth. They are also anti-allergic, making it perfect for sensitive skin. 


The fabric is certified STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®.

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Cactus vegan leather 

This alternative to animal leather is based on the use of nopal cactus leaves. No additional energy, pesticides or irrigation systems are needed in the process of its production, what makes it fully sustainable. To maintain the sustainability and protect the growth of the plant, only mature leaves are being selected. The leaves are dried with the use of solar energy and watered with rainwater. The cactus is a great CO2 absorber and doesn’t need a lot of water to grow. Thanks to the abovementioned innovation and the proprietary formula, this vegan leather is partially biodegradable. 


The producers of the material are awarded by the PETA organization and hold the following certificates: USDA Organic, DAKKS, BCS ÖKO-GARANTIE, REACH Certificate of Compliance, Phthalate free, ISO 9001, UKAS Management System.

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Organic cotton

This biodegradable fabric is made from the natural fibers of cotton.
It is extremely popular due to the following features: hygroscopicity, thermoregulation, anti-allergic properties, high temperature resistance and breathability.

Organic cotton is grown without any use of pesticides or synthetic fertilizers - the natural plant protection products are used instead. The seeds are not genetically modified and their production does not require as large amounts of water as the conventional cotton.

Since the whole production process is strictly controlled - there are no working children or slavery involved in the crops plantations. The employees are provided with proper working conditions (the plantation work does not negatively affect their health) and fair remuneration.

 

All materials purchased by us hold either GOTS or STANDARD 100 certificates issued by OEKO-TEX®.

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