The Best And Worst Fabrics For Your Health This Winter

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Best: Alpaca wool

You can also opt for Alpaca wool if you want something non-itchy. To give you some idea of what a good job it does keeping you warm, some buildings use Alpaca fibers to insulate their walls. Alpaca wool is also considered sustainable, because Alpacas eat much less than sheep and, once again, their wool doesn’t require factory processing like synthetics do. Its long fibers make it extra-soft, and it has a temperature comfort range of about 50 degrees.

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