Have you ever wondered if the clothes you wear frequently are harmful to your health? At Ola Lily, our main priority is your well-being and we know that a swimsuit is an extremely delicate garment that connects with our most intimate parts.

To make sure you are always safe, we are Oeko-Tex certified

Created in 1992, the Oeko-Tex certificate is an international safety standard within the textile sector. This indicates that the textile product that is in your hands was subjected to a series of tests in certified laboratories and the results show that it is not harmful to your health.

Only products that were manufactured without substances harmful to health have the certificate.

The tests to determine if your textile product deserves an Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certificate have more than 100 different parameters and indicate that your textile is chemically safe both for you and for the environment.

It is important to note that testing is based on the intended use of the fabric and materials; that is, while the product has a high contact with the skin, the demands will be greater.

Oeko-Tex works with four types of products, which are the following:

  • Articles for babies and children up to 3 years old (baby clothes, bedding, towels, diapers, hygiene products, etc.).
  • Items in direct contact with the skin (underwear, bedding, t-shirts, socks, etc.).
  • Articles without direct contact with the skin (jackets, coats, etc.).
  • Home textiles (curtains, tablecloths, covers for upholstered furniture, etc.).

At Ola Lily we want the best for you, that's why all our swimsuits have the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certificate.

Written by Lillian Grau

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