Viscose is made from tree wood pulp, like beech, pine, and eucalyptus, but can also be made from bamboo. The term “viscose” refers specifically to the solution of wood pulp that is turned into the fabric. Viscose was first produced in 1883 as cheaper, artificial silk.
Strong & Robust
Viscose is made from renewable plants, it is frequently cited as being Natural.
Comfortable. Biodegradable. Renewable. Sustainable. Touted as a sustainable
alternative to cotton or polyester and is popular in the fashion industry as a
cheaper and more durable alternative to silk.
Soft & Comfortable
Viscose rayon does not trap heat, but it also absorbs water and sweat nicely. Soft and lightweight, so it’s optimal for warm weather clothing. While the material looks like silk,
it feels like cotton.