-The baby alpaca fiber is silky and soft. Its thickness varies from
18 to 22 microns (the cashmere is 19 microns). It is seven times warmer than sheep's wool and contains microscopic air pockets that make it light and breathable.
- Alpacas are roaming freely in the uplands of Peru without pesticides. They are not fed hormones and do not receive chemicals.
-The number of fibers needed to make a
Alpaca clothing is much lower in comparison with other animals. With a single alpaca it is possible to make five sweaters.
-The alpaca fiber is stronger than the sheep wool which makes it more resistant to water and remains beautiful after washing.
- Unlike alpaca fiber, alpaca fiber does not contain lanolin, making it hypoallergenic and suitable for sensitive skin.
* We recommend hand washing with cold water