Our 100% organic cotton we use is certified organic to meet global organic agriculture standards, ensuring it remains free from harmful dyes, pesticides, and toxic processing components. Due to its natural softness and strength, organic cotton fibers do not require harsh chemical treatments. This means the fabric retains purity and is safe for consumers and the workers involved in its production. Additionally, organic cotton is known for its gentle touch, making it ideal for individuals with sensitive skin or allergies.
Moreover, the organic farming practices employed in cotton cultivation have significant environmental benefits compared to conventional methods. A pesticide-free organic farming strategy promotes healthier soil, reduces water consumption, and contributes to lower CO2 emissions.Cons:
While organic cotton may come with a higher price tag, its exceptional durability makes it a worthwhile investment in the long run. The fabric's longevity ensures it can withstand extensive use, making it a sustainable choice for conscientious consumers.
Linen is a remarkable natural insulator that keeps you cool in hot weather and provides warmth during winter. The flax plant derived from linen is known for its environmental friendliness, requiring minimal watering and exhibiting natural resistance to pests.
Like organic cotton, linen undergoes minimal processing to achieve optimal qualities. Our stringent certifications and standards ensure that our linen is free from harmful chemicals. What sets All cotton and linen's linen apart is its organic certification, a rarity in the linen industry.
Furthermore, All Cotton and Linen's linen is expertly woven to produce a softer, weightier, and more durable fabric than many others available. Our linen weighs 185 grams per square meter and stands at the forefront of quality, delivering a luxurious feel and gentle touch for sensitive skin.
As with organic cotton, the price of organic linen can be higher. Organic linen constitutes less than 1% of the world's limited supply, as flax crops can only be planted every seven years. Nevertheless, investing in our linen is a long-term commitment, as its substantial composition ensures longevity. Additionally, supporting organic flax farmers also contributes to the cultivation of other organic food crops they grow during the years between flax harvests.