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Alltech energizes medical apparel with edgy new scrubs
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Oct '10
Alltech marketing has just announced the addition of a cutting edge idea: high fashion in hospitals with the iguanamed scrub design.

Known for fit, fashion function and fabric, this line of attire is not your typical hospital garment. Designed in consultation with health care professionals, Iguanamed began with a customized material for maximum comfort and breathability. The Medflex series of fabrics range in blend between cotton, polyester and nylon giving the wearer a choice between breathability, softness, stretch and wrinkle free maintenance.

Other technical advances allowed designers to incorporate anti bacterial properties permanently into the cloth to reduce body odor and promote health and safety.

In addition to being comfortable and hygienic, Iguanamed scrubs stand out in a crowd for their style and fashion, a rare find in the health industry. “I love to wear these around the house;” sais Margaret, an ER nurse in Pontiac. “They are more comfortable than my regular clothes”. Phillip Daniel, marketing Director for Alltech states: “These scrubs are definitely a hot item. We find the cotton/spandex blend Medflex I on constant reorder.

Not lost to attention is the functionality of Iguanamed scrubs. With tagless labels, pencil slots, and double stitching, these scrubs have come to the market as a game changer in both quality and convenience.

With cutting edge designs, color and fabrics, Iguanamed is creating a medical apparel evolution that is breathing life back into a lifeless scrub industry. Along with a innovative approach to marketing and branding, the Iguanamed label is changing the way scrubs are made and utilized.

Alltech marketing Inc

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