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Why Micromodal Beats Cotton Hands Down?

Comparing Micromodal and cotton is comparing comfort to cotton, and we all know comfort is our craving. While cotton is widely used and comfortable until it’s new, it does start giving in to wear and tear through daily use much faster in comparison. What is left is an itchy butt, skin impressions and a man who is subconsciously scratching and tugging.



Here’s why Micromodal beats cotton and is our number one choice:

 

  1. Softness - This has to be the predominant norm at any given point. Your underwear should feel good and continue in doing so. It’s pretty much like having good food. It has to be satisfactory on your delicate skin instead of just looking good. Micromodal lends your undies a softness that cotton never would. You would probably wonder where it been all your life when you try it on.



  2. Shrinkage - Yes, cotton shrinks! Not overnight but in due course of time, it will make you feel like you’ve grown bigger. Only you haven’t! It’s your cotton undies that are shrinking. Micromodal, on the other hand, isn’t susceptible to change and doesn’t break down like cotton.

  3. The shape of U - In order to be in love with the shape of U (undies), you need to choose Micromodal over cotton underwear. With the ability to stay in original shape without any expansion or shrinkage even after wear and tear, this lends the product a significant advantage for automatically having a longer shelf life. Because it’s made from beech fibres, which are more resilient than many other textiles, it tends to hold its shape well.

  4. Breathability - You need to breathe and so does your nuts! MicroModal in itself has the quality of breathability, along with moisture-wicking properties. Owing to the fine constitution of this fabric it makes you feel like you are wearing a second skin. It helps you feel cool and clean at all times because cotton can invite the dampness in quite often.

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