Many people are familiar with cotton and the cotton plant. But perhaps few are aware of cotton linter, the fiber used to make Bemberg. Cotton linter is the short, downy fiber that enfolds cotton seeds. It all starts with the gathering of this cotton linter around the tiny seeds. We take fibers that are normally unused, and transform them into a precious resource.
The cotton linter is removed of all impurities and reborn as a pure cellulose. It is then ready to be spun into yarn. Combined with chemical processing science and technology, the yarn acquires properties that cotton doesn’t have - a softer and smoother touch to the skin. Bemberg surpasses nature and promises true comfort.