Every part of beech wood can be used. In addition to cellulose, other precious materials are extracted (acetic acid used for the production of food, xylose – the basis of the production of sweeteners, sodium sulphate used for the production of glass). The rest of the wood is used thermally in the processing plants, contributing significantly to the production of energy.
The benefits are obvious, not only for the environment but also for the skin. Beech wood not only gives the fabrics a soft appearance, but also greater resistance than traditional cotton. If washed in hard water, it does not retain minerals such as limestone and shrinks and discoloures much less than cotton. This fiber has an absorbent capacity greater than 50% compared to cotton, leaving the skin always dry and fresh. Wearing our beech fiber garments will be like wearing a little nature in contact with the skin.