Why Organic Cotton for our Children
Children want to play in cool, comfy clothes and parents need to feel reassured that when their children sweat, they sweat in safety. When sweating, our children’s skin is more susceptive and absorbent as their pores open up.
Today’s cotton clothing is largely a product of the oil industry. Clothing now days contains toxins like formaldehyde, brominated flame retardants, insecticides and per fluorinated chemicals such as Teflon which provide the "no-iron" and "no-wrinkle" features that many parents unwittingly look for.
For half a century, skin and chemicals have been interacting, creating problems like infertility, respiratory diseases, contact dermatitis and cancer.
The more synthetic clothing you wear, the greater your risk of absorbing these toxic chemicals becomes and the greater health risk they pose.
Organic cotton clothing accounts for less than one percent of worldwide production;
Let your children be the lucky ones to be part of this 1%.