Why Eco Fabrics

Bamboo
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on earth. It is naturally renewable, 100% biodegradable and sustainable resource. Bamboo fiber is made of 100% bamboo pulp. The resulting fabric is soft, naturally antibacterial and eco-friendly. It breathes easier and is cooler than cotton in warm weather. It has been best described as a cross between cashmere and silk.

Organic Cotton
Cotton is usually grown with the use of highly synthetic and destructive fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides or pesticides. Organic Cotton on the other hand, is cotton grown free of toxic chemicals, using biologically based sustainable growing methods.

Linen
Hailed as one of the most natural and eco-friendly fibers in the world, Linen is a renewable resource: every part of the flax plant is used in textile & paper industries. A pure product of nature, linen is a strong, luxurious fabric that feels great against the skin.

Hemp
The oldest cultivated fiber plant known, Hemp, has a history of use in textiles and fabrics dating as far back as 8000 B.C. When thinking of Hemp, the illegal plant, Marijuana comes to mind. While the leaves and flowers of the Cannabis Sativa plant give you Marijuana, the stems of the plant give you Hemp – One of the most environmentally-friendly fabrics in the world requiring no pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers and very little water.

Soy
This fabric is a new and exciting eco-friendly fabric made from a by-product of soybean oil production. It is a sustainable textile fiber made from renewable and bio-degradable resources. It is part of an effort to move consumers away from petrochemical textile products and turn waste into useful products.