Organic cotton (organic cotton) is the ecological alternative to traditional cotton; cotton has always been the most cultivated and used natural fiber worldwide, while organic farming conquers small slices of the market compared to the traditional one which is gradually decreasing.
Organic cotton is a form of cotton grown following the rules of organic farming, exactly as it happens for food products.
The basis of a textile certification that certifies the biological origin of the fabric is the exclusion of pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides and over 1000 harmful substances commonly used in the production chain.
The reduction in the amount of water and energy resources used also contribute to improving the quality of the soil, avoiding water contamination and conserving its biodiversity.
The cultivation of organic cotton is ecological and ethical sustainable, for the environment, but also on a social level.