Learn about the science behind Kaizen Care® technology


Dead skin cells, sweat, and creams accumulate on your pillowcase, allowing bacteria to thrive.


✹ Staphylococcus Aureus
✹ Cutibacterium Acnes


✹ Acne Vulgaris
✹ Pimples


Infusing silk or bamboo fibers into silver is clinically proven to kill up to 99.7% of bacteria.

  1. Silver contacts bacteria.
  2. Silver gives off ions.
  3. The ions enter the bacteria.
  4. They react with internal enzymes.
  5. Enzymes that conjugate with silver lose their functionality.

our test

Kaizen fabric study

The antibacterial effectiveness of the Kaizen fabric is certified by the IAC

The effectiveness study consists of the analysis of the reduction percentage of the following bacteria after 4 washes.

Bacteria Reduction Percentage
Escherichia coli 99.9%
*Staphylococcus aureus >99.9%
Candida Albicans 97.8%


by experts


Dr. M. Reyes García de la Fuente

The silk together with the treatment with silver, an element with bactericidal properties known in medicine, obtains a tissue that defends itself against bacterial colonization and constitutes an ally against acne, together with the correct dermatological treatment.

Scrub Nurse

Juan Pedro Codes Gomez

When a patient has an ulcer, silver is used in dressings and in thousands of formulas since it is an antibiotic. The effect of silver prevents pores from clogging, essential for people with acne. At the level of prevention prophylaxis, it causes a cleansing effect and a rested face.


For studies

studio 1

Number of bacteria on your cotton pillowcase

Analysis of the accumulation of bacteria in a pillowcase at different stages since the last wash.

study 2

Influence of silk in patients with dermatitis

Clinical trial on 30 patients with dermatitis during 8 weeks of observation with the use of silk.


✔ Silk generates better skin appearance.

✔ Increases comfort and improves the quality of life of people with dermatitis.

✔ Improves collagen synthesis and reduces inflammatory processes.

Source: National Library of Medicine. National Center for Biotechnology Information

studio 3

Antibacterial activity of silver ion action on bacteria

Analysis of the antibacterial mechanism of the silver ion in Staphylococcus aureus (main bacteria that causes acne) and Escherichia coli.


“The electrically generated silver ion solution exhibited good bactericidal efficacy against S. aureus and E. coli.”

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Source: National Library of Medicine. National Center for Biotechnology Information