Fabric originates from a fibre that is produced through the processing of casein, the main protein found in milk. It is the result of a recycling process.
A fiber which retains the properties of the milk, giving great softness to the yarn, is produced from the pulp obtained through a specific casein extraction, purification and coagulation process.
It is from this complex process that a silky and moisturizing fabric is borne that is particularly suitable for those with sensitive skin. It is used in the production of clothing and linen.