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Milkofil is an yarn derived from milk existing out of 65% cotton and 35% milk fibre. The fibre that is made from casein, which is the main protein in milk, has long-term emissions of negative ions. It is beneficial for air quality, it stimulates blood circulation, is a natural antibacterial agent and is sterile.
Milk amino acids, which are transferred to the fibre, are a treatment for the skin. Milkofil creates light weaves with a silky look that allows the skin to breathe and humidity to be absorbed.
The yarn is particularly suited for contact with the skin in clothing, underwear and bedding.
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