Think twice before you next use microfibres
How much are you aware of the uses of microfibres and the disadvantages of using it? Microfiber-based fabrics are soft and lightweight, dry easily and can exist in many forms. There is however a catch to it.
The harsh reality of chemicals in garments
Did you know that our garments contain a ton of invisible chemicals lurking in its neatly woven fabric? Names such as formaldehyde, perfluorinated chemicals are probably ingredients you would not fancy in your wardrobe but, like it or not, they are inseparable from your garments.
The iKotton Journal
In a world dominated by fast fashion, we are very much used to the idea that all our garments are mass manufactured from sweat shops in developing nations. At iKotton, we treat each piece of undergarments seriously and we consider each piece as a craft.
Where does cotton come from?
Cotton comes from the cotton crops, of course. Unfortunately, in modern farming, cotton stands as one of the world’s dirtiest crops. Cotton crops are usually genetically modified and bred to contain a toxic bacterium, Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt).
BEE Aware: Our Pollinators and Us!
Here at iKotton, we're concerned about the state of conventional farming, and it's why we're committed to providing quality organic products that are safe for all of us and our planet...In today's post, we'll be focusing on bees and other pollinators - the role they play in our ecosystem, and what threats to them mean to us.
Why organic cotton concerns everyone
To clear up these common misconceptions, here are some facts about conventional cotton farming that explain why all of us should care about organic cotton.
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