Camel hair is the hair of the Dipterocarpus camel, which is found in the Gobi Desert and Inner Mongolia region deep in Mongolia. Due to its harsh habitat, where temperatures can exceed minus 40°C during the cold season, its body hair has extraordinary functions such as heat retention, moisture absorption and moisture release.
The fibre that becomes cotton can be obtained from the cotton plant, a member of the mallow family. After flowering beautifully, the fruit withers when ripe and overflows with white fibres (cotton balls).
Each mattress is made to order by masters with a thorough knowledge of the materials and structure, who put their heart and soul into each item.
Luxurious natural wools such as camel and yak are used to provide a comfortable sleep in all four seasons.