Pima cotton dates back to Peru as early as 3100 B.C., yet it's known today by the name of the Pima Indians who first grew it in the U.S. Like any other luxury, the quality of cotton can vary. Thanks to fertile growing conditions, long staple length and careful hand-harvesting, Peruvian pima cotton is one of the world's finest pima. Valued for its soft touch, beautiful shine, and durability.

Peruvian pima cotton is the ultimate luxury It's the careful hand-harvesting of Peruvian pima cotton that gives it its brilliant white shade that takes easily to dyes. This method is not only environmentally friendly but also leaves out scratchy impurities and other imperfections. And unlike other fibers, pima cotton does not induce allergies, making it an excellent choice for people with skin sensitivities.

 

Peruvian pima cotton is the ultimate luxury It's the careful hand-harvesting of Peruvian pima cotton that gives it its brilliant white shade that takes easily to dyes. This method is not only environmentally friendly but also leaves out scratchy impurities and other imperfections. And unlike other fibers, pima cotton does not induce allergies, making it an excellent choice for people with skin sensitivities.