What Makes Our Tencel Bedsheet Collection Special?
Tencel has an incredible absorption capacity, up to 50% more than cotton. It is more breathable and less prone to the development of bacteria and bad odors found in some synthetic fibers.
Compared with other stuffing materials for duvets, such as cotton, Tencel Lyocell, thanks to its cellulose fibers, absorbs mildew more effectively to provide your body with greater comfort and a feeling of freshness throughout. of the night.
If you tend to sweat at night, Tencel can prove to be a good choice for your bed linen thanks to its breathable properties and its softness allowing air to circulate through the duvet and thus reduce the risk of sweating. excessive. No more problems with mold and humidity, you will find an incomparable quality of sleep.
Softness and comfort
Depending on the length of the fibers selected, Tencel is used in particular in the manufacture of high-end bed linen for its comfort and silky touch and natural shine. Its surface offers a very pleasant softness ideal for sensitive skin. Tencel is also less likely to wrinkle unlike cotton sheets and its drape on the bed looks very elegant.
Tencel tends to get softer with every wash and is stronger than cotton. It creases less and deforms less when machine-washed. However, be careful with the first wash, which can cause your laundry to shrink slightly.
Thanks to its properties, Tencel is used in the manufacture of high quality hypoallergenic sheets. Its natural fibers do not irritate sensitive skin. Its anti-mold qualities prevent the development of bacteria responsible for bad odors and other inconveniences such as sneezing during an allergy or coughing.
Tencel makes it possible to manufacture a water-resistant film (second skin effect) used for sheet and pillow covers for people subject to this type of problem.