CONVENTIONAL COTTON ACCOUNTS FOR ONLY 3% OF ALL PHARMAMANDS WORLDWIDE BUT USED AROUND 25% AND 15% OF PESTICIDES AND HARMFUL CHEMICALS.
150 g of harmful chemicals are needed to make one conventional cotton t-shirt. Bleaches and dyes are toxic chemicals and when used in the processing and production of conventional cotton garments, traces of these toxins remain in the fabric. That is why the process not only has an adverse effect on the environment, but can also influence the consumer.
The skin is the largest organ of the body.
Unlike an adult, a baby's skin is extremely sensitive and more vulnerable to toxins and chemicals.
Harmful substances can easily penetrate the skin into the body and the baby's bloodstream.
Babies spend about 16 hours a day sleeping in their first year of life, so you can see how important they surround them with healthy, natural products!