Cotton is relatively flexible, it is very comfortable, feels soft on the skin and can absorb up to 20% of water without feeling wet. Organic cotton fabrics are produced eco-friendly and are also skin-friendly.
Origin of the material
The organic cotton was grown in India. India has a large cotton industry. The cotton was spun and woven in OCS-certified factories in China, thus limiting the carbon footprint. Finishing the fabric was also done in China.
This fabric is OCS certified. OCS is a well-known standard for organic textiles, and fabrics carrying the OCS label represent ecological and sustainable production. It assures you that the cotton from which this fabric was made was grown organically, without using insecticides or pesticides. In addition it is your assurance that the most ecological and socially responsible methods have been used throughout the entire production process, dyeing the yarns of this fabric in blue and black included. This means amongst (many) other things:
- no GMO
- no harmful chemicals
- no child labour
- no dyes or inks that have been classified as allergenic