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Linen Clothing to help heal you?
Linen is yet another one of our favourite ethical fabrics alternatives. Linen is a textile made from the fibres of the flax plant. But you may be wondering to yourself, what exactly makes it so wonderful? Well, Linen is commonly referred to as, "The healing fabric," or the "preferred fabric" for a healthy lifestyle and there are a few reasons to why that is.
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So you've probably heard us rant and rave about all the things we love about Bamboo, but let's talk about another Eco all-Star: Hemp Clothing! This plant has been used in textiles for centuries, and has so many others uses, too. Up to 50,000 uses in fact - but we just will stick to a few today! Like Bamboo, Hemp is used today as an eco-friendly fabric option. You might imagine Hemp clothing to be scratchy and uncomfortable, but this is actually not true at all! The hemp fabric we use is AMAZINGLY soft and comfy, not to mention...
GOTS... What does that mean in the World or Organic Clothing? Well, “The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain.”. So basically it is how you know your Organic Clothing is actually organic.