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Organic cotton is the eco-friendly alternative to traditional cotton. It is a cotton grown with methods and products that have a low environmental impact:
- CO2 emissions are reduced by 46%
- water consumption is reduced by 91%
- chemical pesticides and fertilisers are not used
Production of organic cotton is growing every year and between 2017 and 2018 alone it increased by 10%.
At present, however, organic cotton cultivation accounts for about 1% of global production (source: Textile Exchange 2018).


These are the natural sources for viscose production:
- Eucalyptus
- Pine
- Bamboo
- Beech

Viscose characteristics:
- soft and bright, it is easy to confuse with silk and is also known as vegetable silk
- it is very good at absorbing colours that appear brighter than classic natural fabrics
- it is a very wear-resistant fabric of natural origin
- it is biodegradable
- it is a highly breathable fabric that keeps the body fresh
- as an artificial fibre of natural origin, viscose has higher moisture absorption properties than any synthetic textile fibre. Viscose is classified as hypoallergenic because it prevents the formation of bacteria and the development of dust mites.

NYLON Q-nova
Characteristics of nylon or polyamide:
- particular resistance to traction and therefore to breakage
- it is crease-resistant, crushproof and elastic
- in sports it is used for its lightness, water resistance and fast drying.

Lyocell is a recently discovered material obtained from eucalyptus trees.
The production process is a closed-loop, particularly innovative process in which all the water and organic enzymes used are recovered and fed back into the process, making it highly environmentally sustainable.
This special process was awarded the “European Environment Prize” by the European Union.
- produced in an environmentally friendly way
- è 100% biodegradable
- water consumption required for lyocell production is 10-20 times lower than that required for cotton production
- lyocell products are easy to maintain and wash, do not crease and dry quickly
- it has a special natural elasticity and naturally absorbs moisture thanks to eucalyptus wood, preventing the formation of bacteria and helping to create an optimal microclimate on the skin.

DEHA uses LYCRA® in its collections, a fibre which, thanks to its extraordinary elastic properties, has revolutionised our wardrobes, contributing to the spread of concepts such as comfort, wearability, freedom of movement and shape retention and playing an important role in contemporary clothing. LYCRA® is also an important brand that has become synonymous with innovation and is known and appreciated by consumers from all over the world.
- it stretches from four to seven times its length and then returns to its original size
- it maintains its elasticity for a long time
- it used in all types of fabric and in combination with all types of natural or synthetic fibre
- it is completely invisible and does not change the external appearance of the fabric
- garments with LYCRA® fibre do not require special attention: easy care.


is a Rhodia Polyamide 6.6 yarn embedded with bioactive minerals, that absorb human body heat and “emanate” infrared rays back to the body. Results show that metabolic biostimulation followed by cellulite and muscle fatigue reduction are the primary benefits achieved.