W H Y
O R G A N I C ?
Because your Skin breathe
Up to 3.500 Chemical Substances are used to turn raw materials into textiles.
Approximately 10% of these are hazardous to human health or the environment.
Those garments, both clothes and underwear, release on your skin chemicals like formaldehyde, heavy metals, BPA, and PFCs while wearing,
Every time they are washed, they release these toxicities into the water. Into the sea. Into the oceans. And what goes around, comes around.
With Organic Natural Fibers
H E M P • L I N E N • C O T T O N • B A M B O O • J U T A • V I S C O U S
Natural fibers are mainly derived from cultivated plants,
characteristic of each geographic areas and human culture in the world.
Traditionally processed and spun to obtain a lot of different fabrics
to keep body cool or worm, and for many other different uses.
THAT'S HOW IT WORKS FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS
Contrary, Synthetic Fibers
Synthetic fabrics are made weaving plastic fibers obtained from Petroleum.
In a process called polymerization, chemically-derived fibers are joined together to create artificial yarn to made fabric.
Common synthetic fabrics include POLYESTER, SPANDEX, NYLON, LUREX...