Building on the exponentially growing trend for wellbeing products in many consumer sectors, Isko has leveraged its expertise in developing innovative technologies to create Isko Rheact, its own wellbeing product for the apparel industry.
Available exclusively to Isko’s trade partners, Isko Rheact is said to be extremely versatile and suitable for use in a variety of consumer sectors, from lifestyle to fitness and workwear.
Isko Rheact stands out for its woven, gradual compression technology that helps boost
the energy of the wearer through improved blood flow, Isko explains. It also provides a micro massaging effect by varying pressure in different areas of a garment.
Isko Rheact is said to be superior to knit compression as it works for up to 12 hours for any type of lifestyle – whether it’s taking a long-haul flight, lounging at home or during or after a workout where it helps with warming up before exercise and improves post-workout recovery.
From a consumer standpoint, Isko says this translates to a garment that “wears like a second skin, is durable, works to focus the mind, sharpens the senses, and energises the body.”
Isko Rheact products are certified by the independent Hohenstein Institute and are acknowledged by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as general wellness products as per section 513(g) of the FD&C Act, Isko says.
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Earlier this month, Issko partnered with Swedish research and development company MoRe Research to investigate and develop new, sustainable technologies made from cellulose-based materials.
The work with MoRe Research feeds into the Responsible Innovation strategy by Isko and various sustainability projects the company is working on. The aim is to help make
the production of cellulose-based materials more sustainable.