Organic fibers protect the health of people and the planet by reducing the overall exposure to toxic chemicals from synthetic pesticides that can end up in the ground, air, water, and food supply, and that are associated with health consequences, from asthma to cancer. Because organic agriculture doesn’t use toxic pesticides, choosing organic products is an easy way to help protect the environment and yourself.
This eco-friendly Soya fabric is derived from food production waste as it is made from the hulls of soybeans. Sometimes called the “vegetable cashmere”, soy is soft, easy to care for. The use of soy textiles is good for our planet because it is made from fibers that are spun from the ‘leftovers’ of the soy food industry. Because the plant itself is easily renewable and the fiber biodegrades more quickly than oil-based products like polyester, its use has a minimal environmental impact. This fabric is so biodegradable that you could throw it on your compost pile when it wears out. Soy clothing is light and silky soft, with just a bit of stretch, to gently caress your body with its natural drape. It is called the vegetable “cashmere” because of its luxurious and soft texture, but you’ll likely agree it’s far better than cashmere because it’s so easy to care for. This eco-friendly fabric has excellent absorption qualities which allow perspiration to evaporate. This makes it cool and comfortable during hot weather. Due to their moisture management soy textiles are also anti-bacterial. This eco fabric will also protect you from the sun with its UV resistant qualities.
Bamboo fabric is a natural textile made from the pulp of bamboo grass. The Bamboo used to produce fabrics is easily replenished and requires no pesticides to grow. Bamboo is considered one of the most sustainable plants because it grows quickly and does not require chemicals or irrigation and biodegrades more quickly than oil-based synthetics. Bamboo is a powerhouse when it comes to protecting the planet’s resources. Maturing in only two years, it doesn’t require fertilizer or pesticides to grow quickly and strongly.
Organic cotton (or natural cotton) is another great eco-friendly fabric. It is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides or other chemical fertilizers, and is simply better for your skin, health, and the environment. Natural cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility, reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers, and build biologically diverse agriculture, making natural cotton an eco-friendly fabric.
Clothing made from organic cotton has the feel of linen without the weight. Since natural cotton is not chemically stripped of its natural wax, most weaves have a characteristic smoothness and weight which makes the fabric particularly flattering in its drape and in the mellow way it reflects and absorbs light. It reduces exposure to allergens and dermatological issues.
Milk fibre is made from leftover milk that can no longer be used for food production and would usually be discarded. Instead of disposing of it, the milk is turned into a protein fibre. Milk fibre has a soft and smooth feel and is beneficial for the skin, therefore making it an ideal choice for people with allergies or skin sensitivity. The fibre itself is biodegradable, and clothing made from milk fibre has antibacterial properties and absorbs moisture well. The fibre’s advantages include high smoothness, sheen, delicate feel, hygiene, flexibility, moisture absorption, permeability, resistance to heat and colour fast.
The lotus flower is adored for its characteristic of rising above the muddy water, indicating how one can rise above defilements of life. Apart from the motivation for life, the plant also provides fibres which are used for making a rare kind of cloth matching with the flawless virtues of the silk. Fibres extracted from the lotus flowers are spun by hand and woven within 24 hours making a fabric similar to silk. Lotus plant is believed to have healing abilities and wearing a fabric made from lotus fibres is also believed to have the same effects. Lotus plants are pure by virtue, and they radiate this purity through their fibres. By wearing lotus fibre fabrics, one feels calm, peaceful and meditative. It also cures the wearer of headaches, heart ailments, asthma, and lung issues.
Banana fabric is fabric made from bananas. Not the mushy, fruity part, though—the outer and inner peels, which are both quite fibrous. The inner layer is soft like silk and the outer layer is rough like burlap or cotton. The silky interior fibre is very delicate.Banana fibre production has a negligible impact on the environment. Even among the natural fibres, banana fabric is in a special category in terms of sustainability. That’s because this fabric is derived from what would otherwise be a waste product; banana peels are discarded anyway when banana fruit is used, so why not turn them into clothing? The fabrics along with being environmental-friendly comes with advantages like high fabric breathability and high moisture-wicking ability.
Rose Petal Fiber
Rose Petal Fibre is another one of the new ‘vegan’ spinning fibres, made from roses. The Rose Petal Fibre has been extracted from the natural waste of rose petals. The fibre has been stripped and processed to create a luxurious and soft spinning fibre, similar to silk and its very fine and slippery. The fabric pose benefits such as thermoregulation, UV-protection, sweat and moisture absorption. Furthermore it reflects infrared-irradiation and reacts to the pH of the skin.
Kala cotton, a purely rain-fed fabric, allows us to take a step towards sustainability and inspire you to buy organic clothes; it is an interpretation of old craft into a new ere. The fabric helps to produce complete organic clothes and helps the customers to buy organic clothes.It is a purely rain-fed crop, that does not demand any wastage of water or natural resources we are provided. Kala Cotton has high tolerance for both disease and pests. Since it is by default organic crop, this crop once produced is naturally high tolerant to both disease and pests. It is strong, durable and stretchable. Even though the crop requires less use of resources, it still delivers good quality textile. It delivers good quality because of its short staple length. It is laborious, but at the same time it provides us with a textile, that is strong, durable and soft.
Orange Fiber Fabric
Orange Fiber is made by spinning the cellulose extract from the peels. It looks like and feels like silk, soft, and shiny. Thanks to nanotechnology, the material still contains essential oil and vitamin C that is present in the citrus fruit peel. The fabric allows the skin to absorb these oils and is nourished by them, making the fabric a wearable body cream. Despite the oils, the fabric still doesn’t feel greasy. These oils are guaranteed to last at least 20 washing cycles. The citrus cellulose yarn creates this biodegradable fabric which feels soft, silky, and lightweight.
Aloe Vera Fabric
The Aloe Fibre is 100% biodegradable and recyclable and its physical and chemical properties are both similar to cotton, with excellent breathability and moisture management. Aloe Vera concentration in the fabric is very nourishing for the body, mainly for human skin. The fabric repels moisture and cold from the outside, a large number of pores allow easy evaporation of sweat. The fabric cools during the warm nights, and if you are cold on the contrary it warms. By its nature, the very fabric reminds natural silk. The extra gentle formula provides an extra fabric that feels pleasant to the touch, is lightweight, highly absorbent and thick, and crease-resistant. It features excellent antibacterial and anti-allergenic properties. Microfibre fabric ALOE VERA Fabric is equipped with the final finish, which delivers exceptional fabric properties.
Eri Silk Fabric
Eri Silk is one of the purest forms of Silk that is a true and genuine product of the Samia cynthia ricini worm. Eri Silk is called the father of all forms of cultured and textured Silks. It is the only domesticated silk produced in India, as the process doesn’t involve any killing of the silkworm, also naming Eri silk as ‘Ahimsa (ahinsa) silk or fabric of peace. Its natural way of production is one of a kind. The filers are dense and strong and yields fabric that is silk yet feels like no other silk. An heirloom fabric that gets better with time and is easily washable and has properties like wrinkle-free, tender on the skin, and hypoallergenic. It is the fabric that cools in the summer and warms in the winter.