The latex used by Lüllepop is natural rubber and therefore vegan and natural.
It is obtained from the white milk sap of the rubber tree (lat. Hevea brasiliensis) and is thus a renewable raw material. The extraction of natural rubber is done gently and ecologically by hand and our latex is free from solvents, CFCs and carcinogenic chemical softeners.
Natural rubber originally comes from Central America.
At the end of the 19th century, British adventurers brought the seeds of the plant out of the country and cultivated the plant on the first plantations on a Malaysian peninsula at the beginning of the 20th century.
Today, "Standard Malaysian Rubber" is a term used by chemists and professional associations to denote the best quality standard for all technically specified natural rubbers.
Lüllepop also uses latex with the "Standard Malaysian Rubber" seal of quality for its vegan clothing.
Lüllepop imports the latex directly from the British manufacturer Radical Rubber
and can therefore offer a high standard of material quality.