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ProSkins debuts anti-cellulite apparel range in Malta
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Feb '14
UK based intelligent apparel and compression wear manufacturer ProSkins has introduced its anti-cellulite apparel line ‘SLIM’, in the southern European country of Malta, for the very first time.
 
Aimed at reducing the appearance of cellulite, the ‘SLIM’ garment range developed by ProSkins boosts blood circulation of the wearer, regenerates the skin, improves the tone and combats cellulite, reports Times of Malta.
 
The SLIM garments have been developed by incorporating an array of cellulite combating ingredients such as retinol, caffeine and Aloe Vera, which have been stacked under millions of micro capsules woven into the yarn. The effectiveness of the clothing can be retained up to 100 washes.
 
The clothing range introduced in Malta includes cycling shorts, Capri pants, full-length leggings and three-quarter sleeved tops. A wider range of the SLIM apparel line is expected to be launched in the country later during the year.
 
The SLIM apparel line could also be worn by women after pregnancy as the clothing helps with fluid retention and can also improve lymphatic drainage.
 
Established in 2005, the Nottingham based firm engages in manufacturing intelligent fabrics and compression wear. The firm is dedicated at sourcing and implementing innovative fabric solutions and high-quality fitness garments.
 

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