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Cotton

Tried and true, cotton is the most common fabric used for babies and adults. One of the main benefits of cotton is how soft the fabric is, making it very comfortable to wear and sleep on for babies and children. Because cotton is a natural fiber, it allows for better air movement, which helps remove and absorb moisture from the body and heat away from the skin. Cotton keeps your little ones dry in the winter and cool in the summer because it is a breathable fabric.

  • Cotton is hypoallergenic so it is good for baby’s sensitive skin and for those with allergies or skin problems.
  • The fabric is durable, versatile and super easy to care for. It can be washed and dried over and over again. Making it ideal for you and your kids.
  • Cotton is biodegradable and a renewable resource. 10% or less of raw weight is lost during processing.

Organic Cotton

Babies’ skin is far more sensitive than adults; we all know that. But when you're choosing baby clothing, you also have to account for their continued respiratory development. Since non-organic fibers are often treated with pesticides, some argue that organic baby clothes are the only way to go.

  • Organic cotton is pesticide free, pigment free, bleach free, and hypoallergenic. As compared to conventional cotton, organic cotton has been shown to be beneficial for asthmatics.
  • Organic cotton fibers provide ventilation that allows the cotton to breathe. Organic cotton absorbs body moisture and evaporates it to the surrounding air, allowing your body to stay cool and dry throughout the night.
  • Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility and use natural fertilizers. Therefore, organic growing methods not only maintain soil health but also use fewer natural resources and less land.
  • Organic cotton is biodegradable.
  • Organic cotton is a prevalent natural textile that is extremely durable.
  • Organic bedding is highly recommended for infants because it is free of harmful pesticides, chemicals, flame retardants and metals that absorb into the body. These hazardous chemicals are also correlated with childhood asthma.
  • Organic bedding is completely safe to wash and dry in a regular washing machine and dryer, and it’s comfortable!

Bamboo Fabrics

Although bamboo clothing has become very popular in recent years, bamboo has been around for thousands of years used extensively in China and other Asian countries. In the West bamboo has been introduced in the form of wearable fabrics and flooring. The technology of processing bamboo is patented, therefore will never know exactly how it is done. Manufacturers claim, however, that the processed bamboo retains most of its unique and remarkable properties as a fabric. U.S. Customs experts believe that some chemicals are in fact used when converting bamboo pulp into the cellulose fiber that is used to manufacture bamboo yarn. Because of this, U.S. Customs has designated Bamboo as a “man-made” fiber instead of a natural fiber. The controversy aside, bamboo clothing has remarkable properties that contribute to the planets and people’s ecological needs.

  • Bamboo forests return much more oxygen to the air than the equivalent land area of regular forests, require less energy and water to thrive, reclaim ravished land, and can be grown without pollutants and pesticides. Bamboo is easy to harvest sustainably; because it grows quickly, companies can easily replant what they take each year without causing long-term harm to the environment.
  • Bamboo fabric is light and soft, feeling much smoother than cotton and other more traditional fabrics. It can be worn next to skin without worry, as people who are allergic to heavier fabrics generally don´t have negative reactions to bamboo fabric. This is because bamboo fiber is naturally smooth, where other fibers are sharp and easily irritate the skin.
  • Bamboo fabric naturally has antibacterial properties which do not diminish with the number of washings the fabric undergoes. The clothing (and person wearing it) will smell sweeter than with traditional fabric, as it absorbs odor-causing bacteria.

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