It absorbs 50% more than cotton garments.
Cellulose-based fibre has a structure similar to that of sponges, with many porosities and a spectacular absorption capacity.
Ionization of natural particles of marine origin extracted from crustaceans and molluscs.
It is located mainly in the cell wall of fungi or moulds, yeasts and invertebrate exoskeletons such as prawns or crabs.
The fabric is formed by the interaction of the Silver Base Layer grid, which constitutes the central structure of the fabric as a skeleton, and the Regenactiv fabric.
It prevents infection of skin lesions and the appearance of bad odours.
It absorbs excessive moisture helping to create an optimal environment for skin, acting as mechanical barrier that absorbs moisture improving skin recovery.
Fighting bacteria and fungi is one of the main missions of Regenactiv fabric.
Results of the analysis performed show some surprising figures.
The absence of dermal irritability of Regenactiv fabric shown by analyses reflects that its ability to protect the skin is substantially even greater than that required by the established standards that are taken as a reference in the study.