Baby Alpaca Wool, does it really come from a baby alpaca?

Baby Alpaca Wool, does it really come from a baby alpaca?

Contrary to what you might think from its name, Baby Alpaca Wool does not come from baby alpaca, but from the softest and finest part of the adult animal's coat. This fiber is obtained from the careful selection of the best adult alpaca fibers, generally from the neck and back area, where the fiber is finer and softer.

The classification of Baby Alpaca is based on the diameter of the alpaca fibers, the finest and softest being those with a diameter of less than 20 microns. Baby Alpaca fibers are typically between 18 and 19 microns in diameter, making them much finer and softer than regular alpaca fibers.

Characteristics of Baby Alpaca

Baby Alpaca Wool is an extremely soft and light to the touch fiber, which makes it very pleasant to use and wear. Baby Alpaca fiber is finer and softer than sheep's wool, and is also stronger and more durable than cashmere fiber.

In addition, Baby Alpaca Wool is hypoallergenic and moisture resistant, making it an excellent choice for people with sensitive skin or allergies. It also has great thermal insulation properties, making it ideal for warm garments, and it is wrinkle and pilling resistant.

In conclusion, Baby Alpaca is a high quality fiber that is highly valued for its softness, warmth and beauty. Thats the reason why we use Pure Alpaca Wool in our garments and do not mix it with synthetic fabrics. If you are looking for luxury apparel and accessories that are soft, warm and durable, Baby Alpaca Wool is an excellent choice that you are sure to love.

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