There are many animals whose skin is really attractive, one of the most used is lambskin, an animal that is generally known for its wool, in addition to providing us with this product, it also has a great skin for the manufacture of garments and accessories.

Lambskin is basically sheepskin without wool already tanned, although in some cases it is worked in other ways, this material is undoubtedly phenomenal, much softer and lighter than cowhide.

Warm, elegant and pleasant to the touch are some of the words we could use to describe lambskin, however...

What about the strength of this material and why use it?

Lambskin is extremely soft, but at the same time it is a very resistant material and thanks to that it is ideal for the elaboration of leather jackets since it will adapt to your silhouette easily, thus highlighting the shape of your body.

According to several studies, lambskin has large amounts of collagen. Collagen is a protein that provides moisture to the skin, it also helps cell regeneration, which makes the skin more elastic, flexible and soft.

Because of this, lamb skin is undoubtedly more elastic than cowhide, making it more manageable when it comes to giving volume and different effects to your garments, as well as being much more comfortable to wear.

A product made with natural lambskin can quickly become one of your favorite items, and with the right care it can last for years to come.

From pants to carpets, lambskin is a super versatile material when it comes to use, it provides elegance and softness, and its malleability makes it ideal for almost any product.

We could say that during the last few years, lambskin has become fashionable, not only because of the characteristics already mentioned, but also because of its incredible beauty.

In addition, lambskin has thermoregulating qualities, since between the wool of the blanket and the leather an air cushion is formed, which helps to keep you cool in summer and warm in winter.

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Did you know that sheepskin is excellent for children?

That's right, sheepskin is hypoallergenic and anti-bacterial, being 100% protein, it is not a surface suitable for bacteria or viruses, besides repelling dirt, making it ideal for the little ones at home.

Undoubtedly, sheepskin can have multiple uses and does not require great care, the lanolin found in sheepskin makes it waterproof (natural wax of sheep that prevents the passage of liquid from one side to the other) making it resistant to moisture, helping the conservation of the skin.

In Curtidos Menacho we have the best selection of sheepskin, our leather is made with the best livestock raised and processed in Spain, being 100% European production.