WHAT IS TENCEL?
Tencel is a fabric usually derived out of cellulose from wood. Generally, Eucalyptus trees. Additionally Tencel can also be derived from other trees.
Tencel as a fabric is a fairly new innovation that was first developed in 1972. Rather than being plain-woven out of fibers from a shrub, Tencel fibres are created from the pulp of eucalyptus wood which is then dissolved and spun into fibres, that form a very robust swish cloth.