We care deeply about preserving nature and keeping animals safe. To do our part we decided to start a eco-friendly clothing and accessories company.
We want to educate more people and make them aware of the impact each of us have on the planet. By purchasing eco-friendly materials we can do a small part. The material quality is an exceptional hemp and organic cotton blend. It takes low-impact organic crops to produce them. They are grown without pesticides and synthetic fertilizers and can't be genetically modified. Also organic cotton crops prevent soil erosion, actually encouraging soil creation, along with being better for your skin.
1. It Saves Our Trees
Deforestation is a worldwide environmental problem that’s destroying ecosystems and causing species to go extinct.
Luckily, each hemp plants saves the lives of about 12 trees. Plus, hemp-based products reduce the amount of pollution created by the average manufacturing process.
2. It Helps To Eliminate Toxins
Toxins aren’t just bad for the health of humans — they’re also incredibly detrimental to their environment.
Especially within the textile industry, many fabrics are loaded with dangerous chemicals to help them last longer and to prevent tearing.
Hemp is strong enough on its own. This means there’s no need to add any harmful toxins to hemp-based fabrics.
Fabrics made of hemp do not have any chemical residue, and is therefore safer for consumers. Even if the fabric contains only 50% hemp, it can keep the UV rays of the sun from harming the skin underneath.
So, to reduce the environmental impact of your closet, look out for hemp-based clothing lines!
3. It’s Used To Make Biodegradable Plastics
Plastic waste is killing more animals than ever before. Even if you take care to properly recycle your plastics, you can’t control what happens after they’re carted away.
Sadly, the majority of plastics aren’t bio-degradable.
However, hemp-based plastics are 100% biodegradable. Isn’t it time you made the switch?
Hemp products can be recycled, reused and are 100% biodegradable. The growth speed of the plant is fast enough to meet the increasing industrial and commercial demand for these products. Switching to hemp products will help save the environment, leaving a cleaner and greener planet for the next generation.
4. It’s Pesticide-Resistant
If you’ve spent even a couple of minutes online researching the potential effects of chemical pesticides on our food sources and health, you know it can get scary pretty quickly.
Fortunately, the chemical makeup of hemp is pesticide-resistant on its own. If you’re a farmer or even a casual grower, anything you can do to reduce your use of these deadly pesticides could potentially save lives — not to mention benefit the environment. Also did you know Fabrics made of hemp do not have any chemical residue, and is therefore safer for consumers. Even if the fabric contains only 50% hemp, it can keep the UV rays of the sun from harming the skin underneath.
5. Hemp Plants Provide Energy
In addition to being relatively low-maintenance, hemp is also an incredible source of energy.
Hemp plants create a high amount of cellulose at a rapid rate, which aids in the creation of environmentally-friendly things like biofuel.
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