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What is the fabric of mint fiber?

October 26,2023

Have you ever heard of mint fiber fabrics?

When it comes to peppermint, everyone is definitely familiar with it. Drinking ice drinks in the summer with one or two peppermint leaves, the refreshing taste paired with ice cubes is absolutely amazing. But can you imagine wearing  fabric  made of peppermint fiber on your body?


Don't think of peppermint fiber fabric that makes you feel chilly all over. Remember that peppermint has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits. The so-called peppermint fiber refers to the effective ingredients of peppermint that are finely crushed at the nanoscale and added to textile raw materials to form a stable combination with other textile materials, which are then spun and woven. The fabric is characterized by forming by weaving raw materials in the following mass fraction: 20-30% mint fibers, 10-20% cotton fibers, and 50-70% polyester fibers.

Moreover, fabrics woven from mint fibers often have the following advantages.

The first advantage is that mint fiber has natural antibacterial properties, with good antibacterial activity against Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, and Candida albicans, with a antibacterial rate of 99%. Moreover, it maintains antibacterial activity after multiple washings.

The second advantage is that the mint fiber has passed the national authoritative testing agency SGS cooling test and has a natural cooling sensation.

The third advantage is that mint fiber has the fragrance of mint, which can calm tense emotions, boost spirit, make body and mind happy, and help fall asleep.

The fourth advantage is that during the wearing process, with the continuous contact between the human skin and the fibers, the functional components in mint are continuously released from the fibers and absorbed by the human body.

Moreover, because the mint fiber is made by using nano crushing technology and microcapsule technology, the effective ingredients of natural plant mint are mixed with cellulose in the form of microcapsule coating and spun into fiber.


In fact, in recent years, there have been many new types of fabrics in the fabric market, and even many fashion designers have started exploring new types of clothing fabrics, such as clothes made of mushrooms, clothes that can undergo photosynthesis and self growth, and so on.

The emergence of each model has made us realize time and time again how much creativity people have and how many other discoveries our clothing industry can make.

In fact, many textile enterprises have realized that innovation and change can make a difference in the current market under the "dangerous wall" of this year's epidemic. So many enterprises that have been operating for many years have closed down, and the rich experience of opening stores is no longer an advantage for a store.

Based on the current industry trends, sustainable fashion is the mainstream trend in future fashion, and we should all strive to seize this point for targeted and targeted development.

Are you ready?

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