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Organic cotton is the most skin-friendly textile. The whole world all people and the nature itself, benefit from organic cotton as it is health-friendly and environmentally-friendly. However, what is organic cotton exactly? And what’s the difference with cotton or other textile? Organic cotton is produced and certified to organic agricultural standards. The production is made by natural processes, without any artificial inputs.
This means that organic cotton is not made with the use of toxic chemicals or genetically modified organisms. Instead, organic cotton is grown on land that has been treated and given sufficient time for at least three years for the removal of all the toxic residues of chemical fertilizers and pesticides used earlier on it. The textile is actually made from original plants that are not genetically modified and that have not been treated with any chemicals like washes, bleaches, colors or scents.
This image shows you how the organic farming system work:
To sum up, these are the 5 most important benefits of organic cotton:
- It cares for the environment
- It protects the health of others
- It looks after workers
- It supports wildlife
- It loves your skin
Our organic cotton is Organic Content Standard (OCS) certified, meaning our suppliers uphold a strict set of production standards that keep the whole ecosystem in mind.
Organic Cotton growing has Low Impact on the Environment
Conventionally grown cotton uses more insecticides than any other crop in the world. These toxins can be deadly for the farmers, the factory workers, us as consumers and the wildlife ecosystems. For example, these pesticides have been known to affect important bee colonies in the farm fields. In addition to chemicals, conventionally grown cotton uses intensive irrigation which means it´s one of the largest water users among agricultural crops.
Organic cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. It doesn´t use GM seeds, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers. Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility, use 71% less water and build biologically diverse agriculture. An organic farm produces 94% fewer carbon emissions than conventional.