A proprietary production process has been developed to spin raw Eucalyptus and Milk protein fibers into fine gauge yarns.
These hair thin threads are carefully intertwined and woven into a soft-as-butter whisper lightweight fabric.
EUCYMILK fabric embodies all the natural organic properties of both Eucalyptus and Milk protein fiber.
This unique fabric is suitable for people with sensitive skin who suffer from skin allergies or who react to cotton, synthetic fibres, dyes, glues, tanning agents, chemical additives and formaldehyde finishing resins (all normally used in the textile industry).
The main reasons behind this are the WHOLESOME NATURAL ORIGIN of the fibers, the ANTIBACTERIAL properties and the fact that the it is CHEMICAL FREE, which made it possible to be dermatologically certified.
The fabric can soothe the skin of people undergoing chemotherapy or other similar treatments.
Moreover, those who are lactose intolerant can still wear the material because the protein fibres are lactose free.
Milk has been known for centuries to be a natural source of nourishment and an excellent moisturizer for the human skin.
Milk fiber is manufactured by extracting CASEIN protein out of dewatered and skimmed milk.
Textile fibres are then made from casein by extruding an alkaline solution of casein through spinnerets and then hardening the fibres in an acid bath containing micro zinc-ions.
Milk casein protein contains a natural HUMECTANT FACTOR that nourish and lubricate the skin.
MILK CASEIN FIBER is a Natural Source for:
MILK FABRIC is Luxuriously Soft and…
Milk protein fiber is dewatered and skimmed milk which is manufactured into the protein spinning fluid suitable for wet spinning process with a new bio-engineering technique that passed the OEKO-TEX Standard 100 testing for harmful chemicals
Breathable and Thermo-Regulating
Milk fiber is both comfortable and permeable. It has regular vertical conduits that allow moisture to pass easily from fiber to fiber and eventually evaporate in the air thus regulating natural body temperature.
Eucalyptus wood pulp – from quick-growing and arid-zone friendly trees – is soaked in a non-toxic amine oxide solution to make a semi-liquid cellulose paste.
The paste is then ejected under pressure from a special spinneret nozzle to form threads.
These yarns are soft and flexible and can be woven and intertwined just like other natural fibres.
The fabric made with Milk and Eucalyptus yarns is particularly pleasant, it has a very soft hand, a luminous appearance, it’s lightweight and can withstand numerous washes.