For cotton to be proudly named Organic Cotton, the following conditions should be met:
  • no chemical fertilizers and crop rotation in the fields;
  • cotton is handpicked, so it is possible to collect only ripe cotton bolls and avoid foliage, which provides higher quality and purity;
  • processing organic cotton does not require harmful dyes and hazardous to human chlorine bleaches and formaldehyde;
  • the manufacturer uses alternative energy sources.
    Hemp clothing:
  • absorbs and releases perspiration quickly and breathes well;
  • offers excellent protection from ultraviolet radiation;
  • retains color well, holds up to repeated washings, and gets softer the more it's washed and worn;
  • is naturally anti-microbial, is resistant to mold and mildew and never needs dry cleaning.
    Clothing from recycled polyester:
  • keeps plastics away from landfill and the ocean, thus reducing soil contamination, air and water pollution;
  • can be continuously recycled with no degradation of quality;
  • helps to reduce dependence on petroleum, which is used to make virgin polyester;
  • is completely safe, because polyester is not toxic to humans.