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US' Noble Biomaterials adds antimicrobial features in Silvon products

13 Dec '21
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US’ Noble Biomaterials, a leader in antimicrobial and conductivity solutions, has announced the integration of its Ionic+ fabric treatment across Silvon Home’s bed, bath, and mask products. Ionic+ is an advantage in fabric technology, engineered with positively charged silver ions that provide natural self-cleansing of microbes on fabric for protection.

Permanently embedded into the fabric for lasting protection, the introduction of Ionic+ in Silvon’s products means towels, sheets, pillowcases and more will require fewer washes in between uses, and a significant reduction of microbes. Already widely adopted as an odour eliminator and microbe-fighter in fabrics for the outdoor, athleisure and medical markets, the success of Ionic+ in bedding and bath comes as no surprise considering its effectiveness at repelling harmful bacteria. While traditional fabrics collect bacteria only to transfer it right back to the skin, Ionic+ fights bacteria while sleeping and long after the towel goes back on the rack. Silvon Home’s line-up of products featuring Ionic+ are chemical-free and dermatologically tested to fight bacteria at the source, Noble Biomaterials said in a press release.

“The problem with fabrics in the bedroom and in the bathroom is that they collect a lot of bacteria from moisture, but present it back the very next time it’s used. Ionic+ addresses this problem and delivers a safe, natural, and chemical-free solution to fighting and eliminating bacteria build-up, and we’re thrilled to partner with Noble Biomaterials to provide this solution to consumers,” Alex Szpakowski, Silvon co-founder said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)

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