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January 18, 2019 3 min read


This article is a paid cooperation, but you will soon find out why I am more than 100% behind GREYberlin. From the bottom of my heart I am convinced that we should establish exactly this sustainability and that this approach is the future of the fashion industry. Your attention already means a lot to me! Leave your opinion under the article.


We often shop blindly and do not even know what we are doing to our body with it. Today I would like to open your eyes to what sustainable fashion really means. GREY is a brand new label from Berlin and with these clothes we even care for our skin. I have worked out so many details for you, you will be amazed and learn to love the brand as I did - I promise you.

"Sustainability, conservation and fairness are important to us."

The GREY team invented the material for their bodywear themselves. This guarantees control. So I slip on my long sleeve and notice how the fabric nestles up against my body, how it becomes one with the skin and this is due to the vitamins and minerals that are released into the skin and care for me. The vitamins (A, C and E) and minerals (zinc) come from the seaweed from Iceland, these are used for the fabrics and each fibre is made of these materials. How genius is that? A natural substance that even cares for our skin - Made in Germany!

The skin is our most important organ and we must treat it well. Here, not only a good body lotion is the key, but also the substances that we allow to reach our body 24 hours a day.


Softness: Vitadylan is twice as soft as cotton. Vitadylan is composed of 4 fibres : zinc fibres, algae fibres, modal and elastane.

"The power of 1000 litres of seawater": 1 kg of dried algae contain the active ingredient from 100,000 litres of seawater, which we carry directly on our skin.


Water and CO2: GREY Vitadylan products use 97% less water and 90% less CO2 than standard cotton products.

Sustainability: The Vitadylan™ fibres are produced using the environmentally friendly Lyocell process. No nanotechnologies or aggressive chemicals are used in production. The fibres consist of a biogenic raw material that is environmentally friendly, resource-saving and biodegradable

In addition, GREY is also innovative in the production and welds the underwear together with an ultrasonic technology, this possibility exists only since 2018. T-shirts and long sleeves are sewn in finest handicraft.


Of course, all this has a price for the end consumer, but we should finally start investing in ourselves, the environment and sustainability. Right now we are behaving selfishly and deserve the title "disposable society". We buy cheaply and in masses and that all the time - by the way, this is not really cheap. Whoever buys cheaply usually pays twice and still has a bad product in the end. With this behaviour we damage our soul, our skin, the environment and the whole universe.

Especially as a Swabian, I know how difficult it can be to rethink. But when we leave this world, and we all will one day, our goal should be to leave the place a little bit better as we entered it. This requires commitment, willpower and knowledge. With this article I hope to have given you some insights and to have awakened your ambition to leave a better footprint on mother earth.

BTW. the GREY team has lowered prices to make this sustainable fashion more accessible - producing such products is passionate and has an approach to make the world a better place.


If you would like to go into even more depth, you are welcome to take a look at the studies on dematogical tests. Medical studies have also shown that Vitadylan™ can even kill dangerous multi-resistant germs (e.g. Staphylococcus aureus and Klebsiella pneumonia):


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