Organic cotton is grown from non-genetically modified crops, without the use of synthetic agricultural chemicals, which means it doesn’t damage the soil.
Organic farmers use natural methods like composting to create healthy soil.
Soils in organic systems are said to capture and retain more water compared to the conventional ones, which reduces water consumption.
Growing cotton organically supports bio-diversity in the environment and doesn’t expose farm workers to toxins.
And last but not least, organic cotton material feels great on your skin.
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Bamboo fabric is manufactured via either a mechanical or a chemical process of extracting the cellulose of the leaves and the inner pith of the plant.
Crushed bamboo fibres are soaked, washed and spun into yarn that can be then woven into fabric.
Bamboo makes an exceptionally soft and comfortable fabric, very breathable, moisture-wicking, fast drying, thermal regulating and stretchy. It's also naturally antibacterial and hypoallergenic.
It's most commonly used in garments that make direct contact with the skin, like underwear, socks and t-shirts.
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TENCEL™ is the brand name owned by Lenzing (Austria) for an enhanced variation of a fabric called lyocell.
Lyocell is made from cellulose found in wood pulp which is broken down chemically and reformed as fibres.
The fibre is produced via a 'closed loop' solvent spinning process, with minimal impact on the environment and economical use of energy and water.
TENCEL™ drapes beautifully, has a soft, silky feel, is breathable, naturally wrinkle-resistant, and environmentally sustainable.
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Wool possesses several sustainable properties – it is a highly durable, natural, renewable, recyclable and biodegradable fibre and can be produced organically.
It's also antimicrobial and self-cleaning, which means you can wear an item made of wool more often without having to wash it between every use.
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