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Why Do I have to support Organic?

Crop Duster Plane Spraying Insecticidal Dust Over Vast Fields. Until about 50 years ago, cotton-growing mainly involved sustainable techniques: it did not permanently deplete resources or create a health hazard. Today, however, the pesticides used on 'conventional' cotton increasingly threaten people, wildlife and the environment. Most pesticides were originally developed as toxic nerve agents during WWII and it is no wonder they have been linked to many forms of cancers.

The Facts about Farming?

Conventionally-grown cotton occupies only 3% of the world's farmland, but uses 25% of the world's chemical pesticides.

Does my support buying Organic Clothing change the world ?

Yes, A field must be pesticide-free for at least three years to be certified organic, and the cotton must be processed according to international organic standards.
Some of the benefits of organic cotton are:
• Manual farming and organic practices have a lower carbon footprint as the entire process consumes less fuel and energy and emits fewer greenhouse gases.
• Not from genetically modified cottonseed.
• Grown with natural rather than synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, no chemical defoliants used.
• Eco-friendly processing that does not compromise workers' health and helps reduce water and electric use and toxic runoff, e.g. non-chlorine bleach, silicon-free softeners and low impact, azo-free dyes.
• Strict testing ensures the absence of contaminants like nickel, lead, formaldehyde, amines, pesticides and heavy metals.
• People with allergies and chemical sensitivity especially benefit from organic cotton clothing, as conventional cotton may retain harmful toxic residues. Even if you don't have sensitive skin, organic cotton will just feel better against your skin.

What payment methods do you support?

Online payment via credit card, eft and paypal depending on our various suppliers.

What happens when we are subjected to too many chemicals?

One issue we never think about when we go shopping for our clothes is how toxic and harmful for our health that piece of fabric could be? Neither do we think of its origin nor its manufacturing and the toxic load on our body and in the environment. Unfortunately only a small part of our clothing is not harmful to wear and produced with natural and eco-friendly fibers, most of them are still manufactured with tons of chemicals becoming highly toxic and increasing the negative effects on our body's health.

What is in "conventional" Fabric?

Let's make an easy example, take a glimpse at your clothing labels and you will definitely find out that most of them contain materials such as polyester, acrylic, nylon and acetate described on it. Besides that, with the technological advances in the Textile Industry, we usually shop more and more for fabrics that are meant to make our lives easier, such as the wrinkle-free, stain resistant and insect repellent fabrics, but what we don't know is that those fabrics are a great source of toxins that unfavorably affect our health and the environment.

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