Liyosel – Tencel
Lyocell is a kind of fiber produced from wood pulp of eucalyptus tree containing cellulose. It started to be developed in 1972. This yarn type, firstly known as “Newcell” and further developed in 1980, is named Tencel.
In spite of the similarity of many properties with other cellulosic fibers in general, such as cotton, linen, some properties are foreground compared to others. The lyocell fiber is a very soft, absorbent structure.
The type of fabric we started to see more and more day by day is mostly used in underwear, socks, clothes, towels and bed linen.