All You Need to Know About Organic Cotton Productsby Aagan Organic Cotton 100% Organic Cotton Products
Cotton is a huge part of our everyday lives. We come in contact with things made from cotton more often than any other fabric. It is often called ‘the fabric of our lives’ because it is true that without it we will not be able to use most of our everyday products like bed sheets, towels, baby diapers, etc. But we don’t usually realize that growing conventional cotton uses enormous amounts of pesticides that have a significant impact on the environment and health of those working around that place.
The health risks from exposure to these pesticides include congenital disabilities, reproductive disorders, and weaker immune systems. The chemicals from these places are considered to be the most toxic chemicals in the world. It is shocking to know that the conventional accounts for nearly 25% of the insecticides and 10% of the pesticides used throughout the world, although it is grown on only 3% of the total cultivated area.
Hence, Organic Cotton is the need of the hour. It is grown without the use of toxic pesticides or fertilizers. Natural products not only makes the working environment much better for small-scale farmers and those working around the farms but also has many benefits for the consumer as Organic Cotton Products are known to feel softer and more comfortable on the skin as well.
The demand for organic food has been growing steadily for decades, but currently, there has been a noticeable change in preference from cotton to Organic/ Natural Cotton when it comes to baby products, clothing items, and Organic bedding products. People prefer a high-quality range of baby clothing that is gentle on sensitive skin, good for the environment, and good for the communities where the cotton is grown. Unbleached fabric, colored with vegetable-based dyes make for better clothing products for adults as well as they are good for the skin and the environment both.
Organic Cotton Bedding & Bath
The newest addition to this gradual change happening over the last decade is the switch to organic cotton bedding and bath products at home. There’s no denying that organic cotton is nowhere more apparent than in the bedroom and bathroom. Its soft, breathable, highly durable natural fiber is making everyone trust its quality. People today are more educated about avoiding skin allergies and other problems being faced by most people around the world due to unnatural and inorganic fabrics. Making a move to organic linens is also a priority for many these days.
The benefit of natural cotton bath collection is beyond skin profound. As an unprocessed natural material, organic cotton not only gets softer with each wash but also offers high absorbency. Naturally breathable for the skin and body, organic cotton bath towels are a luxury for an ultimate bathing experience.
The Organic Cotton fabric is not just harvested differently, but it is also kept separate from conventional cotton after harvesting. Once it reaches the factory, there are strict guidelines that address how the fiber is treated during yarn spinning, weaving, dyeing and finishing, as well as cutting and sewing.
Certified organic cotton products
This careful oversight ensures that the least harmful substances are used throughout the entire lengthy manufacturing process of a complete organic cotton bath sheet or towel. By supporting certified Organic Cotton products, we must protect the future of our planet and reduce the levels of pollution that cotton harvesting creates.
With a change in the consumer preference, there has also been a change in the thinking and mindsets of people these days. The choice of organic cotton for some has always been a style statement. But for some it has purely been a health reason, or due to skin allergies or another issue. But there are still a large number of people who are making this shift exclusively for environmental conditions and understand the adverse effects that it has on the environment.
Organic cotton can be slightly more expensive but looking at the numerous benefits that it has, people don’t mind spending that little extra amount. Organic Cotton is the present as well as the future of fabrics, the shift from conventional cotton is not just essential but mandatory to improve your living conditions save your environment and not compromise on your health and skin. So let’s pledge from today on to ‘Wear, look and feel your natural best!
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