(Filed Under Textiles News). Textile company Nilit is currently promoting Innergy, a polyamide 6.6 microfiber with a built-in mineral additive that may contribute to reduced cellulite.
Innergy works by using its natural mineral additives to convert the wearer’s body energy into far infrared rays. Treatments and technology incorporating far infrared rays as a means of smoothing and renewing the skin are currently being used in spas, specialty institutes and textile production centers across the globe. By converting naturally occuring energy into rays, a warming sensation occurs, invigorating various layers of the skin to promote stimulation and better circulation, which can lead to softer, newer-looking skin and a reduction in the appearance of cellulite.
While the outcome of wearing garments created with Nilit Innergy has not yet been extensively researched, Nilit performed comprehensive tests on the product to ensure maximum effectiveness and the fiber has been certified for its far infrared emissivity. According to Nilit marketing communications manager Amy Holzer, brands from the U.S., China and several European countries are currently incorporating Nilit Innergy into shapewear, hosiery and lingerie as well as medical apparel for patients who would benefit from improved circulation.
Nilit is based in Israel with U.S. offices in Greensboro, N.C.
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