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Organic Cotton Apparel

Cotton Salwar KameezAs the world is waking up to pollution and global warming organic cotton apparel is getting popular among the environment conscious people. Organic cotton shirts, pants, dresses, under wears, t-shirts, skirts, tops and sox are in fashion these days.

Organic cotton apparel is produced without using pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Cotton is the crop which requires lot of chemical pesticides which leads to earth and water pollution. Therefore organic cotton apparel are gradually becoming a rage. Organic cotton apparel is much more comfortable then the ordinary cotton as it does not causes any skin infection and it is much softer and cooler than the ordinary cotton. The organic cotton clothes, towels and drapes are available in lot of websites and stores as well. However, you will have to double check whether it is original organic cotton or not. Organic cotton apparel which are dyed in organic colors are also available in the market these days. Some farmers are also producing the earth color organic cottons which don’t required dying. This cotton is much cheaper and much more pure. A small section of farmers in the United States have turned to organic cotton farming. And with rapid increase in demand of organic cotton products, more and more and farmers across the world are expected to produce it.

Following points make organic cotton better from ordinary cotton

  • Its texture is much softer than the ordinary cotton
  • It is good for the people who are allergic to chemicals
  • Helps in reducing pollution and carbon emission from chemicals
  • It costs less as its cost of production is low.

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