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Patience Sand jersey is made with 85% Organic Cotton and 15% baby alpaca. If you are looking for a simple, sophisticated and beautifully fitted knit. This is it! It is plush and so soft; a perfect basic item for the wardrobe and minimalists. This blend brings the luxury of alpaca with the breathability and ease of care that organic cotton offers. The blend brings a combination of benefits for the best of wear and the best of care.
The wool supplier is based in Portugal and follow strict REACH regulations and use Azo-free dyes
85% organic cotton, 15% baby alpaca
Gentle wash 30 ℃ degrees
Turtleneck. Long sleeves. Super soft and warm, Alpaca is luxurious like silk. It feels incredible on. Wearing this will make you realise why royalty wore this fabric for years. It feels rich and beautiful every time it’s worn.
- ISO 9001 – Quality Management System (since 1996);
- ISO 14001 – Environmental Management System (since 2006);
- OHSAS 18001 – Occupational Safety and Health Management System (since 2006).
The supplier promotes full traceability, from the selection of the raw material to the finishing of the fabric, as well as with regard to the use of chemicals that respect human health and the environment:
- Water and waste recycling processes;
- High energy efficiency.
This means that there were no dyes used with azo in it. Azo dyes are organic compounds, which contain the colouring azo function. The majority of azo dyes are water-soluble and are therefore easy for the body to absorb, and this takes place through inhalation and swallowing of dust as well as through skin contact. Azo dyes may also be toxic to aquatic organisms and cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment. The wool blend is also referred to as Ceramica. It is reputed for being a premium and highly functional fabric that has been developed to meet the demands of modern life.
The REACH statement is a European regulation for the production and trade of chemical fabrics. It describes the rules that companies and governments have to follow. The following 3 groups deal with REACH: manufacturers/importers; distributors; users