Emana pushing fabric to "improve skin elasticity"

Emana, the textile developed by Rhodia, is hoping to make a push in the lingerie industry by offering consumers comfort, and the added extra of younger looking skin.

The textile is said to activate the body microcirculation when in contact with clothes, improving skin elasticity.

The final results after correct use are offered as smoother and younger skin, reduction of cellulite, and delay in muscle fatigue.

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As a result of these characteristics, Emana products have been used for making textile fabrics and knits for lingerie, underwear, casual and sporting segments.

It is also being used in collections of clothing produced by the brands Piave Maitex, Sitip, Taiana, Liebaert, Sofileta and Brugnoli Giovanni spa.




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