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I've heard different versions of what organic cotton is and where it comes from.  Can someone tell me exactly what goes into growing and creating organic cotton, and where it is most often grown?

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Hi Cheryl,

 

I think this is a pretty good resource site for organic cotton:

 

www.ota.com/organic/mt/organic_cotton.html

 

Mark

 

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There are a few methods out there for organic cottons for example Pima Cotton which resembles Egyptian cotton. Pima cotton produces a very durable, thick fabric that lends itself to items that experience a significant amount of wear. Pima Cotton is very popular for bedding, as its softness and comfort blend well with its ability to be washed regularly. Pima cotton is also extensively used in dress shirts and dresses, as well as towels and other items around the house.

 

I have my own line of Organic Baby Clothes and I use Pima Cotton exclusively. You can totally feel the difference when compared to chemically processed cottons.

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I have heard that organic cotton is good for skin.

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Hello!

 

Amna: Great post! and what you are doing with your brand is incredible.

Continue like that.

We give some % of our profit and apparel to a Peruvian Organization that take care of kids with burn injuries... its great!

 

Katrina: Yes you are right!

 

 

Bye

Bruno Rodriguez

Peruvian organic

 

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