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Tencel

 

The Production Process

Wood Broken Down
Processed into Pulp & Fibre
Spun into Yarn
Produced into Fabric
1. Wood Broken Down 2. Processed into Pulp & Fibre 3. Spun into Yarn 4. Woven into Fabric

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Tencel - Soft, Smooth & Strong

Tencel is another fabric you might recognise but not know much about. Its generic name is lyocell and, like viscose, it is made from wood pulp so has a number of qualities found in natural fibres.

Using nanotechnology, lyocell textiles are made in a ‘closed-loop’ process that recovers or decomposes all solvents and emissions and the fabric itself is 100% biodegradable.


Tencel wicks moisture away from the skin so you can stay dry and comfortable. It naturally prevents the growth of bacteria so there is no odour. It is hypoallergenic with exceptional smoothness - the perfect fabric for sensitive skin, and it is wrinkle resistant.


Another fabulous natural fabric in the Wild South range.