Improve Your Wardrobe (and Eco Footprint) With Organic Cotton Clothing

Unless it is certified organic, conventional cotton may not be as natural as you think. Over 99% of the cotton grown today is either genetically modified or grown with heavy applications of pesticides, or both. The problems with clothing production don’t stop in the field. During the conversion of conventional cotton into clothing, numerous toxic chemicals are added at each stage— silicone waxes, harsh petroleum scours, softeners, heavy metals, flame and soil retardants, ammonia, and formaldehyde— to name just a few. iKotton products are designed for sensitive skin.  They use only organically certified cotton, woven and dyed with low-impact non-toxic chemicals.

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