Using Alpaca In Mattresses
Alpaca is a domesticated species that resembles a small llama in appearance. They are kept in herds that graze on the level heights of the Andes of southern Peru, northern Bolivia, Ecuador, and northern Chile at high altitude. Alpacas are considerably smaller than llamas, and bred specifically for their fibre.
Alpaca is one of the new breed of exotic fibres offering the very best in comfort, feel and performance. As an animal fibre Alpaca offers unique properties which make it an ideal material for use in high quality sleep solutions.
Alpaca is hypoallergenic and excellent for people with sensitive skin. The profile of Alpaca means that it is un-barbed which helps produce a beautiful soft feel to the skin
Alpaca fleece is rapidly moving to the top of an elite group known as specialty fibres. Entry to this select group requires that a fibre be rare and extremely fine. Alpaca fibre effortlessly meets both of these demanding standards.