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Wasteless–made from the flax plant and every part of the plant is used. Cultivation of flax doesn't harm the soil and ecosystem and it is wasteless. For flax cultivation is needed 20 times less water than for cultivation other products.

Environment friendly fabric. When choose linen over cotton, you’re helping the planet because flax (the crop from which linen is derived) requires less water than cotton to grow, requires fewer other resources, and all the flax by-products are put to good use. Linen products do not need to be finished in any chemical methods, what makes it chemical-free fabric.

Linen has massaging properties owing to the microscopic breaks which the fabric possesses. Wearing linen light massaging effect, favorably stimulating blood-flow and promoting relaxation can be felt. This is how linen favorably influences cardio-vascular, nervous and muscular systems.

Linen is renowned for its spectacular durability and long life. One reason why it is so - linen resists dirt and doesn't develop a furry texture. Interesting thing about linen, its durability and the high density give Linen at least twice the life of cotton. Take a note, linen has a smooth surface and mat luster, which feels pleasant to the touch. The more you wash linen the softer and smoother it becomes. An excellent investment – shown to last up to 20 years.

Avoid allergies caused by other fabrics.

The use of linen does not cause any allergies and eliminates many kinds of irritations on the skin. Linen is hygienic. This quality helps to decrease some skin diseases - from common rashes to chronic eczemas. This is why linen fabric is suitable for kids even with the most sensitive skin. Linen naturally suppresses live pathogenic micro flora, bacteria and fungi flax is found to be an effective barrier to some diseases.

Absorbs moisture, remains cool. Linen fabrics are well known for its excellent absorbing qualities, meaning it rapidly absorbs and gives up moisture. Absorbing water as quickly as a pond surface, before giving a feeling of being wet, linen cloth can absorb as much as 20% of its dry weight. This explains why linen cloth always feels fresh and cool.

Linen resists stains like no other fabric and is completely washable at both high and low temperatures, without losing any of its excellent properties, texture or shape.

Warm in winter, cool in summer. Many fabrics are not breathable, but linen possesses high air permeability and heat. The heat conductivity of linen is 5 times higher than wool and 19 times than silk. This means in hot weather, people dressed in linen clothing are found to have a lower skin temperature than others wearing silk or cotton garments. One more thing, interesting about linen - according to some studies, a person wearing linen clothes perspires 1.5 times less than when dressed in cotton clothes, and twice less than when dressed in viscose clothes. Meanwhile, in cold weather, linen works in reverse, proving ideal for retaining warmth.

Linen clothes does not accumulate static electricity - even a small addition of flax fibers (up to 10%) to a cloth is enough to eliminate the static electricity effect creating a microclimate of enhanced comfort. No more worries about electric static clothes when wearing linen.

It reduces solar gamma radiation nearly by half and protects the human organism against solar radiation. Flax fiber from contaminated soils appears not to exhibit even traces of radiation.

Linen is exclusively used in operating rooms. Linen is the only natural material utilized for internal sutures in a surgical setting. Flax cell is highly compatible with the human cell thereby producing a benevolent effect on the human organism. The human cell is capable to completely dissolve the flax cell. This is why linen fabric is used in surgery for internal sutures.

Wasteless–made from the flax plant and every part of the plant is used. Cultivation of flax doesn't harm the soil and ecosystem and it is wasteless. For flax cultivation is needed 20 times less water than for cultivation other products.

Environment friendly fabric. When choose linen over cotton, you’re helping the planet because flax (the crop from which linen is derived) requires less water than cotton to grow, requires fewer other resources, and all the flax by-products are put to good use. Linen products do not need to be finished in any chemical methods, what makes it chemical-free fabric.

Linen has massaging properties owing to the microscopic breaks which the fabric possesses. Wearing linen light massaging effect, favorably stimulating blood-flow and promoting relaxation can be felt. This is how linen favorably influences cardio-vascular, nervous and muscular systems.

Linen is renowned for its spectacular durability and long life. One reason why it is so - linen resists dirt and doesn't develop a furry texture. Interesting thing about linen, its durability and the high density give Linen at least twice the life of cotton. Take a note, linen has a smooth surface and mat luster, which feels pleasant to the touch. The more you wash linen the softer and smoother it becomes. An excellent investment – shown to last up to 20 years.

Avoid allergies caused by other fabrics.

The use of linen does not cause any allergies and eliminates many kinds of irritations on the skin. Linen is hygienic. This quality helps to decrease some skin diseases - from common rashes to chronic eczemas. This is why linen fabric is suitable for kids even with the most sensitive skin. Linen naturally suppresses live pathogenic micro flora, bacteria and fungi flax is found to be an effective barrier to some diseases.

Absorbs moisture, remains cool. Linen fabrics are well known for its excellent absorbing qualities, meaning it rapidly absorbs and gives up moisture. Absorbing water as quickly as a pond surface, before giving a feeling of being wet, linen cloth can absorb as much as 20% of its dry weight. This explains why linen cloth always feels fresh and cool.

Linen resists stains like no other fabric and is completely washable at both high and low temperatures, without losing any of its excellent properties, texture or shape.

Warm in winter, cool in summer. Many fabrics are not breathable, but linen possesses high air permeability and heat. The heat conductivity of linen is 5 times higher than wool and 19 times than silk. This means in hot weather, people dressed in linen clothing are found to have a lower skin temperature than others wearing silk or cotton garments. One more thing, interesting about linen - according to some studies, a person wearing linen clothes perspires 1.5 times less than when dressed in cotton clothes, and twice less than when dressed in viscose clothes. Meanwhile, in cold weather, linen works in reverse, proving ideal for retaining warmth.

Linen clothes does not accumulate static electricity - even a small addition of flax fibers (up to 10%) to a cloth is enough to eliminate the static electricity effect creating a microclimate of enhanced comfort. No more worries about electric static clothes when wearing linen.

It reduces solar gamma radiation nearly by half and protects the human organism against solar radiation. Flax fiber from contaminated soils appears not to exhibit even traces of radiation.

Linen is exclusively used in operating rooms. Linen is the only natural material utilized for internal sutures in a surgical setting. Flax cell is highly compatible with the human cell thereby producing a benevolent effect on the human organism. The human cell is capable to completely dissolve the flax cell. This is why linen fabric is used in surgery for internal sutures.