The Material Trend for Antibacterial Fiber

Antibacterial Fiber

After battling with virus for several years, humans’ requirement for antibacterial performance is rising. This report focuses on the latest antibacterial materials in A/W 2023: healthcare antibacterial seabuckthorn leaves, odor control FRESHGUARD®, Recoyarns® and chitosan fiber.

Material Trend

Concept: The fruits, leaves, flowers, seeds and even skin of seabuckthorn are beneficial to human health. Through bioactive ingredients as Omega fatty acids(3/6/7/9), vitamins, minerals and amino acids, seabuckthorn can reduce the blood pressure, improve immunity and blood cycle and also prevent cardiovascular diseases. The fibers sourced from the essence of seabuckthorn leaves are natural, harmless and antibacterial.

Function: antibacterial; skin hydrating; enhance skin immunity; healthy & low-impact

Application: pure spinning; blending with any other natural fibers and chemical fibers; developing T-shirts, undershirts, sweat-shirts, woven pants and dresses

Antibacterial Seabuckthorn Leaf

Concept: The odor control of Optimer FRESHGUARD® is a durable antibacterial technique, which has been applied on textiles for apparels, medical treatment, home and industry.

Function: odor control; durable & hypoallergenic; wear resistance

Application: pure spinning; blending with any other natural fibers and chemical fibers; developing all woven categories

Antibacterial Fiber

Concept: Recoyarns® is a novelty regenerated, antibacterial polyester fiber. Antibacterial nano materials are added to degrade fibers completely in all situations. Notably, the exclusive ‘Reco-in’ technology is applied to regenerated polyester chips and fibers to create the first traceable system in the industry for recycling.

Function: antibacterial; sustainable; verified by GRS, Intertek and OEKO-TEX100

Application: pure spinning; blending with any other natural fibers and chemical fibers; developing under layers, pants and 

dresses

Brands: Adidas, Nike, IKEA

Antibacterial Fiber

For a full report, pls visit https://www.popfashioninfo.com/details/report/t_report-id_13202-col_127/

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