At D’Moksha, creating quality products has a lot to do with the skills and hard work of artisans. But the first and foremost thing which matters is the quality of our fabric. The raw material that we procure is the deciding factor in creating an end product that is class-apart from the rest.
A lot of companies claim to sell linen when they are actually selling Ramie or other fabrics like slub look cotton and slub look polyester. Slubs are small lumps in a yarn or thread. And they are a natural characteristic of linen. Thus, a lot of unethical sellers use these similar looking materials to fool consumers. They buy them for 30-40% less but sell them at the same price of linen. We believe in transparency and thus, only sell Certified European Flax Linen.
Certified European flax linen is grown in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Northern France. These coastal areas have the perfect conditions for growing the finest flax. They have a cool and damp climate which creates the perfect soil condition for producing flax linen. Due to this, Europe is the leading linen producer in the world.
Procuring Certified European linen ensures that the fabric we use has high quality and true sustainability in its essence. It helps renew the soil, captures CO2, uses natural rainwater for irrigation, and has no fertilizers or pesticides. The final fabric is a true mark of its superiority over other linens produced over the world.
The products we make with them are highly absorbent, hypoallergenic, and anti-bacterial. Along with quality and sustainability, the safety of the consumers is also a big characteristic of certified European flax linen. The durable nature of it is also a noticeable plus point because the linen is tested for strength and sourcing every single time it is grown.
Only registered and tested distributors are allowed to sell this pure linen to ensure transparency in the certification process. This is just another measure to ensure that the quality of the certified products never declines. The European Confederation of Flax and Hemp (CELC) is the only European agro-industrial organization federating all the stages of production and transformation for linen & hemp. That ensures complete confirmation of ethical practices being followed in the production of the fabric.
We never compromise in any department. From the fabric we procure, the artisans we employ, and the packaging we give our products in. Every single part of the process is made to ensure that the product you receive is as close to perfection as possible.