For many years, Mongolian blankets are in demand all over the world. The quality of these products is time-tested. To buy such a blanket is to gain comfort for many years.
Of all types of wool, it is the camel that contains the largest amount of lanolin (animal wax). At a temperature of 36-37 degrees Celsius, lanolin is easily absorbed into the skin and has a beneficial effect on it, as well as on muscles and joints.
In addition, only camel hair is not electrified and better than others relieves static stress, which is of great importance in the modern use of electrical household appliances and computer equipment.
The long thick fur of camels that lived in vast spaces from Mongolia to the Himalayas reliably retains heat and protects from moisture. Because of these qualities, camel hair is considered one of the most expensive.
The blankets are made according to the WOOLMARK quality standard.
WOOLMARK is a prestigious international certificate of quality. It has a company logo that is embedded in all products certified according to relevant, strict international standards. This means that products marked with this sign are made of natural wool, the products use live animal hair (without harming the environment), the wool has not been chemically treated or dyed. Companies and the products themselves undergo regular quality and standard checks.