Several independent institutions tested and certified smartcel™ sensitive on its effectiveness.

 

 

Oeko-Tex® standard 100, product class 1 (for baby products)

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test report TITK (Thüringisches Institut für Textil- und Kunststoff-Forschung e.V.) for the biodegradation of our fibers:

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Hohenstein Laboratories: Proof of transfer of the active substance zinc oxide from textiles with smartcel™ sensitive onto the skin

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Hohenstein Laboratories: Proof of textile materials - Determining the antibacterial activity against odour causing bacteria.

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Hohenstein Laboratories: Proof of transfer of the active substance zinc oxide from duvet filling with smartcel™ sensitive onto the skin

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Hohenstein Laboratories: UPF 50+; Test confirming that materials containing smartcelTM sensitive fibers are acting as an "excellent protection" against harmful UVA/UVB radiation

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Hohenstein Laboratories: UPF 50+; Test confirming that materials containing smartcelTM sensitive fibers are acting as an "excellent protection" against harmful UVA/UVB radiation

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OMPG: Proof of the active transfer of zinc ions with direct contact of smartcelTM sensitive fibers in a textile and the skin

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Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) proves that wood is derived from responsibly managed forests.

www.fsc.org


Proves that wood is derived from sustainably managed sources.

www.pefc.org

smartcelTM sensitive has been selected by ISPO TEXTRENDS as one of the top innovations for summer 2019.

Further tests & certificates

Wash test zinc - Report Intertek Testing Services Taiwan from July 2017

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Article from The International Society of Dermatology 2002 "Evidence supporting zinc as an important antioxidant for skin"

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Article from Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology 2013 "Skin-protective effects of a zinc oxide-functionalized textile and its relevance for atopic dermatitis"

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