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The benefits of organic cotton in luxury spa uniforms
07 Mar 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Fashionizer Spa creates its own materials that combine the benefits and luxury feel of organic cotton with Lycra® and other fibres to meet the needs of modern spa teams
Choosing the right uniform for your spa team starts with the right fabric. That choice will influence the style, comfort and durability of your clothing, but with the right knowledge your choice of materials can make a bigger difference than ever before as they can also enhance your sustainability credentials.

Specialist spa uniform designers, Fashionizer Spa, has always had a particular fondness for sustainable, natural fabrics, especially organic cotton. It’s eco-friendly, breathable and controls body temperature, making it comfortable and stylish.

However, knowing that spa uniforms need to work as hard as the therapists that wear them, Fashionizer Spa created its own materials, including its exclusive Cotton Performance Fabric (CPF). It has all the benefits and luxury feel of organic cotton combined with Lycra® and other fibres to meet the needs of modern spa teams.

Launched in 2008 both the ready to wear collection and custom-made designs have been popular with many spas focused on their sustainability credentials such as Blue Lagoon, Six Senses Spas and Aman Spa.

Benefits of Cotton Performance Fabric include:
- It draws sweat away from the skin for comfort while working

- Lycra® creates elasticity making it flexible and easy to wear

- It’s an easy care and low maintenance fabric requiring minimal ironing

- It creates a presentable and a professional look whilst still being natural and eco-friendly

- The addition of Silverplus® antibacterial treatment helps to prevent stains

- Antibacterial treatments also help uniforms to stay fresh and odour free for longer

Click here to find out more about all the Fashionizer spa collections
 


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The benefits of organic cotton in luxury spa uniforms

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The benefits of organic cotton in luxury spa uniforms

Fashionizer Spa creates its own materials that combine the benefits and luxury feel of organic cotton with Lycra® and other fibres to meet the needs of modern spa teams
Choosing the right uniform for your spa team starts with the right fabric. That choice will influence the style, comfort and durability of your clothing, but with the right knowledge your choice of materials can make a bigger difference than ever before as they can also enhance your sustainability credentials.

Specialist spa uniform designers, Fashionizer Spa, has always had a particular fondness for sustainable, natural fabrics, especially organic cotton. It’s eco-friendly, breathable and controls body temperature, making it comfortable and stylish.

However, knowing that spa uniforms need to work as hard as the therapists that wear them, Fashionizer Spa created its own materials, including its exclusive Cotton Performance Fabric (CPF). It has all the benefits and luxury feel of organic cotton combined with Lycra® and other fibres to meet the needs of modern spa teams.

Launched in 2008 both the ready to wear collection and custom-made designs have been popular with many spas focused on their sustainability credentials such as Blue Lagoon, Six Senses Spas and Aman Spa.

Benefits of Cotton Performance Fabric include:
- It draws sweat away from the skin for comfort while working

- Lycra® creates elasticity making it flexible and easy to wear

- It’s an easy care and low maintenance fabric requiring minimal ironing

- It creates a presentable and a professional look whilst still being natural and eco-friendly

- The addition of Silverplus® antibacterial treatment helps to prevent stains

- Antibacterial treatments also help uniforms to stay fresh and odour free for longer

Click here to find out more about all the Fashionizer spa collections



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Fashionizer Spa

Fashionizer Spa is a specialist spa uniform company offering sustainable spa wear to the highest of standards.

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