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Tianhai Lace awarded Skin Friendly declaration
07
Mar '17
Courtesy: Tianhai Lace
Courtesy: Tianhai Lace
The new lace collection for intimate apparel from the Chinese lace manufacturer Tianhai Lace has been found to be safe by the Hohenstein Institute and given skin friendly declaration. Hohenstein's skin compatibility test is meant for products worn close to the skin to see interaction with living skin cells, if any. The lace was found to be non-toxic.
 
Being awarded the "skin friendly" declaration not only increases product and consumer safety but also enables a company to benefit from the high recognition rate of Hohenstein's tested quality.
 
"We carried out our skin compatibility test on randomly selected samples from the collection to confirm that no cytotoxic substances leach out of the sample materials. As a result, Tianhai was awarded the "Skin Friendly" declaration for this lace collection," the institute said.  Samples underwent a thorough evaluation to determine whether skin cells were damaged by contact in a way that could result in skin irritation. 
 
"Intimate apparel is like a second skin for consumers, as it is the base layer for all their other clothes. Our lace forms part of intimate apparel garments worn by women all over the world. We want to ensure that they are comfortable and that customers don't have to worry about any harm done to their skin by wearing products made using our lace," says Sabina Fu, sales manager at Tianhai Lace. (SV)

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