Recycled Care Labels

Label Border: Ultrasonic Cut, Heat Cut, Laser Cut, Cold Cut, Merrow Border.
Label Type:
Main Label, Care Label, Size Label, C/O Label.

Bamboo Charcoal Fiber

Bamboo Charcoal used in the fabric is a relatively new concept, but people are catching on to this discovery and it has become a popular and eco-friendly choice for linens and towels. Bamboo charcoal is made by heating bamboo fibres at high temperatures of 800-1000 degrees celsius. Once the bamboo has been turned into charcoal it is ground into a very fine dark powder. Then the charcoal powder is blended with other fibres to create a textile with unique properties.

Features: Hygroscopic, anti-bacterial, deodorant.
Emission rate stability, no radiation hazard.
Washable and easy to process.

Soybean Fiber

This eco-friendly label is derived from food production waste as it is made from the hulls of soybeans. Sometimes called the “vegetable cashmere”, soy is soft, easy to care for and absorbs dyes quickly, requiring fewer dyestuff.

Features: Cashmere feel | Dry and Comfortable | Luxurious Appearance

Good Color Fastness | Function of Health

Organic Cotton

Organic Cotton is grown using responsible methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. Crops aren’t treated with pesticides, insecticides or herbicides. These toxins are harmful for farmers and workers, us as consumers, and entire wildlife eco-systems.

Features: Non-Allergic | Comfortable | 100% Plant-Derived | Controlled Traceability


The modal label is a super soft fiber made from beech trees. In clothing you often see it combined with cotton and spandex. It is considered a semi-synthetic because the raw material, cellulose, is a natural material which is then turned into fiber using an environmentally-friendly chemical process. Modal is classified as a bio-based textile, which means it was made from a substance derived from living organisms.

Features: Durable | Breathable | Resistant to shrinkage | Color stay vibrant

Bamboo Fiber

Bamboo fabric is a natural textile made from the pulp of bamboo grass. The Bamboo used to produce fabrics (not the same as Panda food) is easily replenished and requires no pesticides to grow. Bamboo is considered one of the most sustainable plants because it grows quickly and does not require chemicals or irrigation and biodegrades more quickly than oil-based synthetics.

Features: Soft, silky and luxurious to touch | Hypoallergenic
Breathable and terma-regulating | UV protective
More absorbent than cotton | Biodegradable

Eco-friendly Printed Label, Hemp Cotton

Hemp is a natural fibre derived from the flax plant. It is one of the oldest textiles in the world. The Hemp fabric has a coarse structure which makes it a cool and fresh fabric, comfortable to wear in hot weather. In its pure form, it has a dry/stiff hand feel but blended with cotton the label fabric has a softer feeling. This special blend with its natural fibre content has the causal hand feel and as is usual it has a higher level of creasing / (wrinkles) than blends with polyester.

Features: Good moisture absorption | Heat resistance | Good Dyability
Resistant to water washing | Antibacterial