Hyperfine® merino wool bandages can absorb large quantities of moisture then move it away from the skin by evaporating it into the air. This natural process provides the perfect healing environment
When a Hyperfine® merino bandage is disposed of, it will naturally decompose in soil in a matter of years, slowly releasing valuable nutrients back into the earth furthering the carbon cycle.
Hyperfine® merino wool absorbs odour molecules from sweat. Wool fibers have a natural protective outer layer that helps prevent external stains from being absorbed.
Hyperfine® merino wool is naturally flame resistant. Cotton catches alight at 255°C, Polyester melts at 250°C and Nylon succumbs at an even lower 160°C. Merino wool never melts so it can’t stick to the skin like many common synthetic sticking plasters.
Hyperfine® merino wool fibers are luxuriously fine and feel weightlessly soft against your skin. Merino doesn’t itch like traditional wool.
Every few moons New Zealand sheep produce a brand new fleece, making Hyperfine® merino wool a completely renewable fiber.
Hyperfine® merino wool merino wool is naturally antibacterial, antimicrobial and hypoallergenic. Prepared to world class standards merino wool is the ultimate performance healing fiber.
Hyperfine® merino wool is an active fiber that reacts to changes in skin temperature. Merino wool stays warm when cool, and cool when warm.