ETHICAL PRODUCTION IN EUROPE
SLEEP BETTER IN A TOTALLY NATURAL AND SUSTAINABLE WAY
MICROMODAL FROM BEECHWOOD
Dagsmejan's NATTWELL™ fabric is based on a natural fibre called MicroModal, that is both soft on the skin and exceptionally ecological. The fibre is extracted from beech wood, a tree native to Europe.
Thanks to extensive research the key has been found to enhance the properties of the MicroModal fibre. This gives NATTWELL™ fabric revolutionary moisture and temperature management properties—6x more breathable than cotton, 4x better at transporting sweat away from the skin. Sleep better with the most comfortable pajamas in the world.
made in europe
The MicroModal fibre is extracted from beech wood, a unique tree that has grown in Europe for thousands of years. The fibers are biodegradable and compostable and can fully revert back to nature. This makes Micro Modal an exceptionally ecological and sustainable fibre.
RENEWABLE FORESTS IN AUSTRIA
The Micro Modal that is the base of Dagsmejan's Balance collection is manufactured from beech wood — a natural and renewable raw material — sourced from sustainably grown forests in Austria and neighboring countries. Dagsmejan uses fibres from Lenzing, the worlds leading producer of cellulosic fibres and one of the most sustainable and ethical producers of any fibres worldwide.
10-20 X LESS WATER THAN COTTON
The environmental footprint of Micro Modal is positive– it’s carbon-neutral, requires less land per tonne than cotton fibres and the water consumption is ten to twenty times less than that of cotton.
Closed loop production process in Austria
Micro Modal is produced using Edelweiss® technology, a production process that is low on energy usage and other resources. In a closed loop process taking place in the Austrian plants all material used are recovered and re-used as much as possible and process water is recycled. The small amount of discharged is considered non-hazardous. The fibers have earned United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) BioPreferred® designation.