The past year saw innovation hit retail stores in a number of forms, but few introductions were as cool as this one – the new line from Amoena Mia. What sets the Mia line apart is the incorporation of a patented fabric, called Comfort+, into their bras.
The Comfort+ technology actually helps to regulate the body’s temperature. Specifically, when a woman warms up, the fabric aids in pulling the heat away from her body; and when it cools, the heat stored in the fabric is, again, transferred back to a woman’s body.
What makes all of this possible is the Comfort+ material itself which, according to Amoena Mia is “an Outlast ® fabric densely saturated with micro-capsules.” These capsules respond to fluctuations in body temperature. The effect is a more comfortable experience for women, particularly those who chafe where their bras rub against their bodies, such as under the breasts – as the infrared images clearly demonstrate. Less chafing means less irritation and fewer rashes – great news for women who suffer from such
You wouldn’t know you were looking at an advance in science by admiring the line of garments themselves – they simply look like stunning lingerie, in a range of sizes that runs from band sizes 32 to 46, and up to a J-cup. In addition to the lingerie, the Comfort+ fabric is part of the line’s swimwear collection.
In both cases, the regulating material is placed strategically throughout the garments, with a focus on the areas women need most, such as the bridge, underband, cup sling and side panels. These are the areas most prone to heat build-up.
In other words, just because a woman looks hot in the Amoena Mia line, doesn’t mean she’s feeling the heat.