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Emana Denim by Fulgar returns to Denim Première Vision
Jun '15
Emana Denim by Fulgar, an innovative yarn with infrared technology offering valuable well-being effects on the skin, combining fashion, comfort and beauty is returning to Denim Première Vision in Barcelona.

According to a Fulgar press release, the yarn enhances the value of fabrics to produce cutting-edge highly functional jeans.

This polyamide-based yarn, developed by the Fibras Global Business Unit of the Solvay Group, is produced and distributed in Europe exclusively by an Italian company, Fulgar.

The yarn is characterised by the bioactive minerals incorporated in its DNA and when these minerals come into contact with the body, absorb its heat then return it to the skin.

“This is in the form of imperceptible and harmless natural thermal energy waves like far infrared rays, which stimulate skin microcirculation,” Fulgar added.

“Jeans produced using Emana Denim is a garment with a great added value, which meets all requirements of beauty and well-being, definitely improving the appearance of the skin,” it informed.

Based on the clinical tests from independent cosmetic and international laboratories, the yarn improves blood microcirculation and hikes elasticity, tonicity and softness of the skin.

Additionally it also reduces cutaneous imperfections and orange peel skin and alongside also offers the highest levels of comfort and well-being. (AR)

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