Viscose is a regenerated textile fiber, which means that it is made from cellulose that is chemically processed into a smooth fabric. It is a sustainable option to use for several reasons.
The cellulose is from cotton waste produced in a closed-loop that saves water, and the chemicals can be re-used. Being a plant-based product it is also degradable!
First! Consider if your garment requires washing or if airing it out is enough to make it fresh again.
Viscose is best washed using the hand wash cycle or wool program of your washing machine. Even 30° Celsius is sometimes too hot for viscose, so in general, we recommend washing in cold water and to select a low-speed cycle (up to 600 rpm).
Store on hangers rather than folded as they might crease.