Feel Good Eco Fashion
Bamboo tie dress... Dress it up or down, great for the office or weekend wear. 95% Bamboo 5% Spandex. Gentle Machine Wash Cycle. Sustainable, Eco Friendly, Biodegradable, Chemical Free
Bamboo is an extremely resilient and durable fibre. At the same time it can feel beautifully soft and pleasant to the touch. When compared in studies to cotton and polyester, it has been found to be stronger, have better moisture wicking properties and better moisture absorption than the more commonplace Western materials. When bamboo fabric is used in clothing it is:
Supremely soft: Silky and luxurious to the touch. Envelop yourself in truly unparalleled comfort.
Hypoallergenic: The eco-friendly bamboo fibres do not irritate the skin. Gentler than many man made fibres, bamboo is a natural solution for those with sensitive skin. Being anti-fungal: it's ideally suitable for sensitive and allergy prone skin by keeping itching away
Breathable and thermo-regulating: Stay comfortable whatever the weather; keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter.
More absorbent than cotton: Helps to wick moisture away from the skin & is antibacterial keeping away the bad odours
UV protective: Protect you and your loved ones from the suns rays in comfort.
Biodegradable: A greener material that will simply return to the earth.
Sustainable: A fast growing crop crop that needs no pesticides or other chemical sprays, occupies little farming land producing 10 times more product per acre than Cotton. Bamboo needs very little amount of water & is the fastest growing plant in the world. Chemical Free- Skin wrapped up in synthetic fabrics can't breath properly and bad body odours tend to increase. Your skin is also being exposed to dangerous chemicals which may cause skin allergies or diseases in the long or short term. Synthetic fabrics are made from petrochemicals, a non-renewable fossil fuel. With perspiration it makes the fabric smelly quite rapidly.
Non-toxic: Some of the toxins found in clothes with synthetic fibers include:
-Formaldehyde (this single chemical has been linked to a 30% increase in lung cancer)
-Brominated flame retardants
-Perfluorinated chemicals (Teflon)
Researches have shown health complications associated with skin contact with the toxic chemicals in synthetic clothing include infertility & respiratory diseases, contact dermatitis and cancer, to name just a few.