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Rayon

Rayon is a versatile fabric made from cellulose fibers, typically wood pulp. While rayon comes from natural materials (like beech trees or bamboo), it undergoes intense chemical processing, so it’s considered to be a semi-synthetic fabric.
One of the most common types of rayon is viscose, which is similar to cotton (it’s breathable & absorbs moisture). Another type is Tencel, which is made from wood pulp harvested from sustainably managed and traceable tree farms, and produced using a closed-loop process that recycles and reuses up to 99% of the water and solvents.

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