Why you should choose Cotonella

Cotonella: AB100 ANTI BACTERIAL 100, LABORATORY TESTED, certification OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 and UNI EN ISO 9001


Cotonella has always invested major resources in research and development. We are particularly proud of our "Internal Quality Laboratory", which is equipped with extremely modern control tools that carry out sophisticated tests on all the raw materials in order to check their quality and performance. All the manufacturing phases are monitored, both on the production line and on a statistical basis, before sending them to customers. The raw materials used are OEKO-TEX certified, an award that confirms compliance with all hygiene and ecology regulations and attests to the total absence of any potential harmful substances. In 2001, the corporate quality system obtained the prestigious UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 certification, which places the company under the obligation to carry out continuous comprehensive checks of its quality standards.


Cotone biologicoAB100® Organic Cotton

AB100®, is a fancy name and registered Trademark of Cotonella indicating organic cotton gusset, hygienic and natural, sewn inside on the majority of women's briefs.

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Oeko-Tex Certification (confidence in textiles)Oeko-Tex Certification (confidence in textiles)

The Oeko-tex certification is an award that confirms compliance with all hygiene and ecology regulations. The materials that come into contact with the skin are therefore absolutely free of substances that are harmful to health.
So it is an excellent guarantee for consumers.

54 Quality Checks54 Quality Checks

At Cotonella, we has always invested in quality for the health and hygiene of our end customers. All Cotonella products (including everything from briefs and vests to pyjamas and lingerie, as well as articles for babies and children) are guaranteed by some 54 checks, carried out by specialised technicians in each of the company's manufacturing plants around the world. The checks start with the raw materials, moving on to the manufacturing phase and lastly on the finished products, on a statistical basis.

The most important analysis focuses on checking:

  • Fabric breathability
  • Washability
  • Colour fastness
  • The total absence of harmful substances.