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PRÉNATAL to use Dogi aloe-vera fibres for intimate apparel line
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Apr '08
PRÉNATAL has put its trust in DOGI elastic fabric to produce its collection of undergarments with Aloe Vera. The baby and maternity clothes and accessories chain is already selling the collection, the first PRÉNATAL undergarment collection with Aloe Vera for expecting mothers, in its shops across Spain.

Aloe Vera is the natural extract of the plant Aloe barbadensis, also known as “the plant of health and beauty”. It is an ingredient that is being used more and more in numerous cosmetic formulas due to its regenerative, moisturising and nourishing properties for the skin.

So in addition to convenience, comfort and well-being, the intimate apparel that PRÉNATAL has just put on its shelves ensures an optimal level of skin regeneration and moisture.

The DOGI elastic fabric with which these garments are made is a microfibre produced on cutting-edge machinery and has a very fine gauge which adjusts to the body of the expecting mother like a second skin. The fabric's open mesh construction improves the transport of moisture and releases the active ingredient in the capsules contained in the thread.

Technology at the service of health and fashion
This is possible thanks to microencapsulation technology, developed and patented by Nurel, which evenly distributes Aloe Vera throughout the interior and exterior of the thread.

When the garment comes into contact with the skin, its microcapsules gradually release a regulated level of Aloe Vera. This ensures permanent effectiveness, setting it apart from other fabrics in which substances are only applied to the surface.

Wash resistant
One of the advantages of DOGI fabric is that it always has the right amount of Aloe Vera to be effective, regardless of its use. The Aloe Vera remains in the fabric throughout the life of the fabric, that is, after 100 machine washes at temperatures from 30-40ºC with a neutral detergent.

This is a significant advantage as garments with microcapsules applied only to their external surfaces lose their properties the first few times they are washed.

Dogi International Fabrics SA

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