Tencel is a man-made fabric developed by innovative Austrian company Lenzing. It is manufactured from the wood and cellulose of sustainably harvested Eucalyptus trees. A tree which grows quickly without need of irrigation, pesticides, fertilizers or genetic manipulation. It can also be planted on marginal land that cannot be used for crops. The fibre yield per acre is up to 10 times higher than that of cotton and requires up to 20 times less water… All good news for mother natures precious resources.