Will By Zac Blogs RSS

Hypoallergenic and antibacterial properties of Linen

The Linen fabric is the ideal choice for people with chemical sensitivities or allergies. Linen is naturally hypoallergenic and skin-friendly and hence often used for bandages for wounds, dating back to the times of ancient Egyptians. Linen is a highly sanitary choice. Thanks to its wicking and moisture-retention properties, Linen is also naturally antibacterial and pathogen-resistant. It can absorb up to 20% of its weight in water, thus inhibiting bacterial growth.In contrast, a lot of fabrics on the market today contain chemicals that can cause sensitivities and even allergies. Fabrics that are stain and wrinkle resistant often contain extra chemicals added to ensure these properties, sometimes at the cost of the wearer's health.

Continue reading

Benefits of wearing linen clothing

There are many reasons to love Linen. Not only does it look stunning with its signature texture and drape, but it is also easy to clean and wear. You can use the gentle machine cycle and a mild detergent to wash your linen pieces, and they will become softer and more absorbent with each wash. Linen pieces don’t strictly require ironing if hanged or laid flat to dry, and it even has the ability to look good unironed! You can store your linens in any cool, dry place. You can also save yourself the worry of various bugs damaging the fabric, thanks to Linen's inbuilt insect-repellent properties. Linen is naturally hypoallergenic. Its inbuilt anti-bacterial and pathogen-resistant properties make it the...

Continue reading