We stand for natural composition of clothes, which is comfortable and pleasant for the body, so we try to use natural fabrics: flax, muslin, cotton, cashmere, wool, angora and others.
We want your clothes to last a long time, so here’s a few tips on how to care of natural fabrics:
The beauty of flax is that it’s imperfect.
That’s why it’s so important to take care of it properly. It’s not difficult, but you need to know the basic care principles.
Just stick to the basic rules described below and enjoy your flax clothes for a long time.
- Turn on the delicate mode, no more than 400−600 rpm.
- Temperature up to 30 degrees (to keep the fabric airy).
- Wash with a detergent that does NOT contain chlorine. We also recommend to use a laundry gel.
- We recommend using a fabric softener.
Shake the fabric without twisting it and hang to dry flat.
- It is best to iron the flax when it is not completely dry.
- Iron at a maximum temperature of 200 degrees, on the damp setting
- Store away from direct sunlight
- After the first wash, we recommend ironing the flax.
- After the following washes it is not necessary to iron, because the natural crispness is the main beauty of flax clothes.
We have switched to organic cotton, these are fibers made without the use of chemicals. They are grown using techniques that are not harmful to nature or humans.
- The first thing to note is that the material is hypoallergenic.
- Instead of chemical insecticides, we use a mixture of garlic, chili peppers and soap.
- The soil is cultivated and harvested by hand.
- Eco-fiber material is dyed with natural dyes, but even so, its color is close to its natural hue.
- Products should be washed by hand or on a gentle mode at 30−40 degrees.
- Spin cycle at minimal speed.
We work with Mongolia, as the world’s most delicate wool comes from this country, where harsh winters alternate with sandstorms.
80% of a camel wool is made up of delicate inner fluff, which is harvested once a year.
Camel wool is often used to treat neuritis, neuralgia, arthritis, and rheumatic pains. In Mongolia, camel wool is used to treat fractures.
The hairs of the wool gently massage the skin, increasing its elasticity. Camel hair repels dust, that’s why it helps with asthma and prevents of upper respiratory diseases.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF CAMEL WOOL?
It is recommended to wash any article of camel wool manually using special agents for woolen goods at temperature not more than 30 °C, without wringing and twisting;
Dry the product flat, avoiding folds and "bends".
Wash in washing machine on gentle cycle (30°C, no spin).
Muslin is an airy and unique material, it retains heat very well and at the same time you won’t feel hot wearing it thanks to good heat exchange.
Muslin is easy to take care of, because it dries quickly and becomes softer with each wash. Also, muslin perfectly absorbs moisture and is highly breathable.
Special features of muslin:
- Breathability. Socks made of muslin are very breathable, they conduct air very well. The child wearing them will not sweat in hot weather.
- Hygroscopicity. The fabric absorbs moisture and dries quickly
- Eco-friendliness. Muslin is an environmentally friendly material. Does not cause allergies.
- Wear resistance. With proper care, the muslin products will last more than one year
1. Wash at a temperature not exceeding 40 °C;
2. Dry flat;
3. Do not leave in the sun, otherwise the product can burn out.
4. Muslin has a special texture, so it is not necessary to iron it, you can just steam it.