An exceptionally rare yarn blend of 50% milk & 50% organic cotton with the added benefit of 17 amino acids within the milk fiber yarn. The hand feel has a sumptuous smooth quality. Round neck cardigan with long sleeves ribbed at the cuffs and sweater bottom. Hand wash, dry flat.
DOLORES PISCOTTA PRODUCTION PROCESS & CHARACTERISTICS OF MILK PROTEIN FIBER
Milk Protein Fiber is made by dehydrating liquid cow’s milk before degreasing and mixing it into milk slurry. After the addition of a softener, the milk slurry is made into silk-like milk fiber through wet spinning and other technological finishing processes.
Due to the fact that milk protein is an important raw material, milk fiber boasts 17 amino acids as verified by the Bio Chemical Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Clothes made from milk are nourishing to our skin, making it smoother and healthier.
Features of milk fiber are lightness, softness, silkiness, air-permeability, and moisture absorption. Milk clothing is easy to care for, and is hand washable.
Another important fact about milk fiber is that unlike wool or natural silk which are subject to fungus, insects and aging, milk protein fiber is able to maintain its freshness after years of use.
With its silk-like hand, milk fiber can be made into the