• Bioceramic

    Bioceramic is a material that emits FIR naturally and can be added to textile fibers, it is composed of a mixture of non-toxic mineral oxides such as platinum, titanium, and aluminum, added to the fiber in liquid form to produce fabrics able to exploit all its properties. These fabrics are already used in some fields such as aerospace and medical. Fabrics containing bioceramic are used to cover the inside of the space shuttles to double the energy of sunlight, also astronauts wear tracksuits internally coated with bioceramic fabric. Once in contact with the body, this kind of fabric has also the ability to reflect FIR naturally emitted by the human body increasing the global effect. Additional benefits of bioceramics are the antibacterial and permanent anti-odor characteristics.