Behind the Certification

Behind the Certification

It starts with...
100% Certified Egyptian Cotton

Our transparency and your valued trust

is why we created Pure Parima.

It starts with 100% Certified Egyptian Cotton

Our transparency and your valued trust

is why we created Pure Parima.

THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS

The Farm

It starts with purchasing Egyptian Cotton from certified farmers in the Nile River Valley to ensure the cotton is hand-picked and authentically pure.

The Mill

Next, the auditors are required to inspect the mill to ensure that not only is the Egyptian Cotton stored separately but all Pure Parima products are DNA tested for purity.

The Brand

Once the DNA results of the products are approved for authenticity, Pure Parima is granted the Accredited Gold Seal from the Cotton Egypt Association (CEA).

You don't have to read the fine print with Pure Parima, transparency & truth is our foundation. Our labels and certifications reflect our responsibility to authenticity.

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Behind Egyptian Cotton

Behind Egyptian Cotton

Pure authentic Egyptian Cotton is only found in the Nile River Valley, the only place Certified Egyptian Cotton is grown! Egyptian Cotton is the rarest in the world, making up only 1% of the world's cotton.

The Nile River Valley in Egypt is an "oasis in the desert". The soil is rich with vitamins supplied by the Nile River which helps Egyptian Cotton fibers grow longer and stronger. Egyptian Cotton also requires a stable climate; Egypt provides consistently warm temperatures during July and August, ensuring the cotton is ready to be hand-picked in September and October.

Pure authentic Egyptian Cotton is only found in the Nile River Valley, the only place Certified Egyptian Cotton is grown! Egyptian Cotton is the rarest in the world, making up only 1% of the world's cotton.

The Nile River Valley in Egypt is an "oasis in the desert". The soil is rich with vitamins supplied by the Nile River which helps Egyptian Cotton fibers grow longer and stronger. Egyptian Cotton also requires a stable climate; Egypt provides consistently warm temperatures during July and August, ensuring the cotton is ready to be hand-picked in September and October.

Egyptian cotton is known for being the best due to its extra-long staple fibers. Longer fibers make stronger, softer, and more durable fabrics that fray and pill less. Our cotton is never blended so you can be sure you're only receiving the highest quality bedding!

Egyptian cotton is known for being the best due to its extra-long staple fibers. Longer fibers make stronger, softer, and more durable fabrics that fray and pill less. Our cotton is never blended so you can be sure you're only receiving the highest quality bedding!

Egyptian cotton is known for being the best due to its extra-long staple fibers. Longer fibers make stronger, softer, and more durable fabrics that fray and pill less. Our cotton is never blended so you can be sure you're only receiving the highest quality bedding!

Extra-Long Cotton Staples

You've probably been reading about long and extra-long staple fibers, but why do they matter? To create yarn, cotton fibers are lined up and spun together. The longer the fibers, the fewer the breaks. Fewer breaks leads to stronger a fabric that pills less.

Short Cotton Staples

When cotton fibers are short, there are many more breaks in the yarn is spun. These breaks are prone to fraying and pilling and ultimately decrease the durability of the fabric. You should avoid short-staple or blended cottons if you're looking for quality cotton products.

Extra-Long Cotton Staples

You've probably been reading about long and extra-long staple fibers, but why do they matter? To create yarn, cotton fibers are lined up and spun together. The longer the fibers, the fewer the breaks. Fewer breaks leads to stronger a fabric that pills less.

Short Cotton Staples

When cotton fibers are short, there are many more breaks in the yarn is spun. These breaks are prone to fraying and pilling and ultimately decrease the durability of the fabric. You should avoid short-staple or blended cottons if you're looking for quality cotton products.