Organic Cotton

Cotton is a very highly demanded commodity and so to grow it, farmers often use artificial ways to grow more of it and faster.

So what makes organic cotton, organic?

Organic cotton is grown without the use of pesticides, fertilisers or harsh chemicals - which is better for the earth, and your skin.

The production process of making 1 t-shirt from regular cotton uses a staggering 2700 litres of water compared with only 271 litres of water to make an organic cotton t-shirt.

That’s 91% less water used to make an organic cotton t-shirt.

Organic cotton also reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 46% simply by using fewer mechanised farming practices and not using nitrous dioxide releasing fertilisers and pesticides.

The absence of harmful chemicals reduces water pollution and improves soil generation.

We understand that our soil and forests are important too, that’s why we have partnered with One Tree Planted to plant trees on behalf of your orders.