German circular knitter, Mey has launched nightwear with Celliant viscose.
This converts body heat into energy.The collection consists of five designs in two colors, Natural and Deep Taupe. It is the world’s first nightwear that converts body heat to energy with Celliant viscose. Celliant converts the heat emitted by the body into full-spectrum infrared energy and reflects it back to the skin. This supports local circulation and helps improve cellular oxygenation.Celliant viscose features natural, ethically sourced minerals embedded into plant-based fibers and is biodegradable. Celliant viscose provides all the benefits of being a viscose fiber — lightweight, soft, highly breathable, excellent moisture management — as well as the fiber enhancements from Celliant infrared technology. In addition, Celliant is durable and will not wash out, lasting the useful life of the product it powers.
Mey is a global manufacturer of underwear, nightwear and lingerie. Sustainability isn't just a trend for Mey, it is part of its tradition. The added infrared properties of Celliant technology is combined with the soft, lightweight viscose fiber. The bridge between Celliant technology and Mey was formed by the Bavarian viscose specialty fiber manufacturer Kelheim Fibers. Kelheim Fibers’ flexible production technology allows targeted interventions in the viscose fiber process.