FAQ

Advantages and disadvantages of linen fabric



First, cool.

The heat dissipation performance of linen is 5 times that of wool and 19 times that of silk. In hot weather conditions, wearing linen clothes can make the skin surface temperature 3-4 degrees Celsius lower than that of silk and cotton fabrics.

Second, dry.

Linen can absorb 20% of its own weight of water, while releasing the absorbed water quickly, and more sweat can keep dry.

Third, reduce perspiration.

Helps maintain the balance of electrolytes in the body. Studies have shown that linen garments can reduce the amount of sweat per person by 1.5 times compared to wearing cotton.

Fourth, radiation protection.

Putting on a linen trouser can greatly reduce the effects of radiation, such as the decrease in the number of male sperm caused by radiation.

Five, anti-static.

Only 10% flax in the blended fabric is enough to prevent static electricity. It can effectively alleviate people's anxiety, headache, chest tightness and difficulty breathing in the static environment.

Sixth, inhibit bacteria.

Flax has a good effect of inhibiting bacteria and fungi, and can effectively prevent some diseases. According to research by Japanese researchers, linen sheets can prevent acne from prolonged bed-ridden patients, and linen clothing can help prevent certain skins such as common rashes and chronic eczema.