What is Lyocell?

November 19 2020 – Carly McDougald

What is Lyocell?

What is Lyocell?

Lyocell is a type of rayon cellulose fibre made from wood pulp generated from managed Eucalyptus groves in Austria, Australia, America and China. Low toxicity solvents are used (and recycled to be used again) to convert wood pulp into fibre.

Lyocell is the only fully closed loop cellulose fibre on the market. Featuring include good yarn tenacity and a smooth hand, Lyocell is very gentle on the skin. It is also thermal regulating, naturally anti bacterial and biodegradable.

Since this fabric is OEKO-TEX certified, it signifies that there is no harmful substances present on the fabric.

We use this textile as the lining of our Tight Shorts and Bow Bralette.

Our products are made with love and that means each component is carefully considered. That's why we use textiles like Lyocell, bamboo and organic cotton. We hope to increase the integration of environmentally conscious fibres as our company grows!

Tagged: Fabric, Lyocell


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