Environmentally Responsible Fibers

Environmentally Responsible Fibers

More and more people are concerned about respecting the environment, knowing where what we use comes from and even paying a little more for a respectfully made garment.  That's why today we share 4 environmentally responsible fibers.  

  • Organic cotton: Cultivated with natural seeds, natural fertilizers are used and cycles are respected to avoid soil erosion.

    Benefits: Organic cotton does not irritate the skin, promote greater body ventilation, fair trade and environmental conservation. Just as we avoid intensive cultivation and deforestation, carbon dioxide emissions and health exposure to toxic and harmful substances.

  • Tencel: Fibers of 100% natural and sustainable origin, created from eucalyptus wood pulp.

    Benefits: Less bacteria grow on Tencel than on synthetic fibers, which effectively eliminates body odor, keeps you fresh with its absorbency and dries extremely quickly.

  • Hemp: Fibers of 100% natural and sustainable origin that are extracted from the interior of the stem of the hemp plant to make ropes, shirts and others.

    Benefits: Hemp fabrics are breathable, soft, antibacterial, biodegradable and sustainable, they minimize erosion with their extensive roots and do not require fertilizers, pesticides or a lot of water.

  • Linen: Fiber extracted from the flax plant, with which threads and fabrics are produced to make clothes. 

    Benefits: Linen regulates body temperature, absorbs moisture, is resistant and durable, is also antibacterial and does not irritate the skin.


Remember to shop responsibly! Our organic t-shirts are here to make a difference. Check them out! 

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