What is it about?
Non-occlusive structures (NOS) and their home care play an important role in the comfort of clothing for consumers with sensitive skin, more specifically with atopic dermatitis in subtropical climates. This study shows the research with two families in São Paulo with children under these conditions.
Why is it important?
The study provides an important holistic view on clothing in tropical climates and for consumers with atopic dermatitis, showing encouraging responses to the use of developed NOS structure and use of circular knitted linen jersey as the first layer. The results contribute to better understand the intolerance of textiles for these consumers who represent a significant portion of the Brazilian population.
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