Merino Wool

Benefits of Merino

Merino is a fine fibre making it incredibly soft & comfortable to wear, even for the most sensitive of skins. It is also highly sort after for is breath-ability and moisture management. Merino is also naturally long, making is stronger than other wool. The lanolin that is naturally present in merino wool is anti-odour, antibacterial and non-allergenic.

Merino is an active fibre that adjusts to your body temperature and is cooler to wear than other kinds of wool, while still providing great insulation. Unlike synthetic fibres, merino wool is 100% biodegradable and renewable. After the annual harvesting, merino wool continues to grow making it a sustainable resource.

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Benefits Of Linen

Linen is made from the fibres of the flax plant. It is an organic fibre that is biodegradable and recyclable. It requires little to no pesticides or additional water. The weave of this natural fibre allows for airflow and breathability which makes it perfect for the Australian summer. Linen is also anti-static, which prevents it from clinging to the body.

There are also health benefits that come from wearing linen The cooling properties of this fibre make it ideal for bandages and clothing alike. The fibres of linen are also hypoallergenic making it perfect for sensitive skin.

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Benefits of Cashmere

Cashmere is a highly sort after natural fibre and is much softer and finer than sheep's wool, which makes for garments that feel smooth and soft against the skin. Cashmere has natural temperature regulating properties and at up to three times more insulating than sheep wool, cashmere knitwear will keep you warm in the coldest of climates.

It is also the perfect weight. It’s perfect for transeasonal periods, when the weather can be temperamental. It’s also ideal for layering through winter, without adding bulk

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Benefits Of 100% Silk

Luxurious and lustrous, silk is a natural fibre with many surprising benefits. Silk has a natural protein structure making it the most hypoallergenic of any fabrics. Silk may have a delicate appearance but is actually quite a robust fibre. The incredibly smooth surface of silk means that it resists soil and odors. Unlike synthetic fabrics silk is a natural fibre that is 100% biodegradable

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