Goddess in You Crop - Tangüis Cotton
Goddess in You Crop - Tangüis Cotton

Goddess in You Crop - Tangüis Cotton

Regular price $99.00

- "Goddess In You" Quote
- New amazing cotton "Tangüis Cotton" 

Content: 85% Tangüis Cotton, 15% Baby Alpaca
Country of Origin: Peru

The story behind Tangüis Cotton:

Fermin Tanguis was an agriculturalist with a scientific incline who settled in Peru as a young adult. Since the beginning of the twentieth century saw an unprecedented plague that decimated cotton cultivations across the country.

This is why he developed the Tangüis Cotton, a material that has immunity to Cotton Wilt and plages, which makes this material antibacterial and eco-friendly cotton.

A highly desirable for its combination of eco-friendly benefits and luxury appeal. some of their properties are that its uniform, has highly absorbent fibers, and exceptionally strong fibers also are hypoallergenic, very breathable, and highly absorbent. 


Performance characteristics

Performance characteristics include stretch, water repellency, and odor reduction. For travelers, clothing made from alpaca is desirable because it is wrinkle-resistant. 

Insulator - Alpaca wool fibers have tiny hollow cores containing microscopic air pockets, much like polar bears. It's these that provide excellent insulation by holding in your body heat. It is the same air pockets, which while keeping you warm in the winter will also allow the garment outstanding breathability during the summer, and thus keeping you cool.

Strong - Alpaca wool yarn is seven times stronger than the wool of a sheep, which is pretty tough in itself. It is so sturdy it is considered the most durable fiber of any mammal in existence.

Hypoallergenic - Containing no lanolin, alpaca fiber is also naturally hypoallergenic. Most people who are sensitive to wool find that they can wear alpaca without the itching or irritation they feel from wool because alpaca fiber is smooth.

Cruelty-Free -Alpacas are not harmed for their wool, they are gently sheared by the farmers. It’s in a farmer’s best interest to let them live as long as possible because they regrow their wool, which can come in 20 different colors.