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Scented Garments Hit The Market

Bio-functional garments like stockings with aloe vera, T-shirts with vitam... from the food industry.// This serves to give the garments an additional function in addition to keeping the body warm. Whether the clothes keep their promi...

Bio-Functional Garments That Could Revolutionize Fashion Industry

A textile research center in Germany has developed garments that could do much more than just cover the body. ...urizer. These are all examples of bio-functional garments that have been developed since the textile industry followed the example set by the food industry wh...

Bio-functional Garments Gaining Popularity

...ith cyclodextrines is becoming popular since these garments not only release scents, but also store smoking odors. "It will smell strong for a short time, and the hollow compartments will be empty again," Buschmann said....

Romantic and discreet trends in lingerie

.... "There's a lot being tried with embroidery. The garments aren't so opulent, rather more discreet," said Ale... than string underwear," said von Richthofen. The garments feature small details that give the lingerie a fashionable touch for spring and summer. The designer...

Ayurvastra Initiative Launched

...y Handloom Weavers' Development Society found that garments dipped with herbs could be a part of Ayurvedic tre... conducted on coir and handloom had found that the garments could help in skin diseases, arthritis and blood pressure....

Breast Reduction Surgery Among Boys Rising in US

...mpression.com and makemeheal.com, sell compression garments that purport to reduce the visibility of enlarged male breasts. Plastic surgeons in the United States suggested that the rise in popularity of professional golf may have also contributed to public awareness of gynecomastia; several prominent popula...

AAAAI Offers Advice on Stinging Insect Allergies

...covered until consuming them. Avoid loose-fitting garments that can trap insects between material and the skin. When to see an allergy/asthma specialist If you have experienced a reaction to insect stings or you think you may be allergic, consult with an allergist/immunologist to accurately diagnose your...

An Electronic Shirt That Monitors Your Hearts Health

...ion, on the rail, it detects the hangers and smart garments incorporating the conductive material and integrat...the hanger recharged, he said. According to him, garments with communication technology only and a wireless connection enables users to access heart monitorin...

An Offbeat Suit With Electronic Monitor

... integrated electronic technology to develop smart garments that, when placed on electronic hangers , enable m...ion, on the rail, it detects the hangers and smart garments incorporating the conductive material and integrated electronics, Prof Thomas said. Through this c...

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