The world’s first fabric contains skin care.
The skin care contained in our fabrics are shea butter, centella asiatica (cica), and cherry blossom extract. Shea butter is fat that’s been extracted from shea tree nuts. Most shea butter comes from shea trees in West Africa. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Centella asiatica, which also goes by the easier-to-pronounce nickname Cica, is a small-but-mighty green herb. The benefits of Cica read like a who’s-who of skincare needs—it improves scratches, burns, helps heal hypertrophic wounds, enhances collagen, acts as an anti-inflammatory agent for conditions like eczema, and more. Cherry blossom, also known as Sakura, is one of Japan’s best-kept beauty secrets and is used extensively in a host of beauty and skincare products. This sweet aromatic flower is known for its numerous skincare benefits and it’s benefiting properties can work wonders for your skin. The benefits of Sakura have been appreciated by Japanese people for centuries as it is primarily effective in achieving glass skin.