Lyocell is produced by using cellulose from fast-growing trees such as eucalyptus. Lyocell is the first cellulose fibre to use nanofibrils nanotechnology, making the surface soft and smooth. The fabric is known for its softness and natural comfort. It is an antistatic material and very comfortable to wear, acting like a second skin. It is almost "cool" to the touch. The fibre is created using a biodegradable chemical made in a closed-loop process – meaning that 99% of the chemical solution can be recycled and reused. It is, therefore, the most environmentally friendly cellulose-made fabric available.

House of Dagmar uses lyocell due to its environmentally friendly production process and comfortability – making it a sustainable GOOD CHOICE material. House of Dagmar aims to use 100% certified lyocell by 2022.


The fabric does not absorb dirt or odours easily and is hypoallergenic. Lyocell is almost impossible to wrinkle and can be machine-washed at low temperatures. Always follow the specific instructions on the garments' care label.


Store your Lyocell garments on a padded hanger and avoid direct sunlight.