Archive for May, 2012...

What is the Organic cotton they use in couples pajamas?


Organic 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. Third-party certification organizations verify that organic producers use only methods and materials allowed in organic production in many fashion trends like the new pieces from the matching gear company. Organic cotton prevents the leaching of cultivable land and allows the continous existence of permanently fertile soils and a nurture ground for

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Why should we consider Organic Cotton clothing?


BORNSAGE collections are inspired by east-west fusion design with an emphasis on simplicity, durability, practicality and above all comfort for your baby. All garments adhere to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) to ensure their organic status, from the harvesting of raw materials through to environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing. Our company uses a software like the ones at https://www.fortinet.com/solutions/industries/manufacturing to integrate all elements of security to protect our plants, workers and community. This means you can be sure that whatever BORNSAGE produces, it’s not only organic but it’s made with

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Organic Cotton Fact#3


Fact #3: The wide variety of chemicals used in the growing and processing of conventional cotton – some 82 of them – only serve to weaken the structure of the fibre and eventual fabric. Organic cotton is more durable.

Organic Cotton Fact#2


Fact #2: Did you know that cotton is the world’s most sprayed crop.  According to The Independent 25th Feb 2003:
 ‘Conventional cotton uses 24% of all insecticides and 11% of all pesticides used in the world each year.’  This subsequently poisons the soil and pollutes waterways.  

Organic Cotton Fact#1


Fact #1: “The human body is like a sponge, it soaks up chemicals through the lungs, the skin and the digestive system. Once chemicals have entered the body they are absorbed into the blood stream where they circulate and can affect the whole body.” CNS: convulsions (with impaired renal function), dizziness, headache. Digestive system: canadiantoprx.com nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, colitis. Instructions for use (Method and dosage) Tablets are recommended to be taken at the beginning of a meal in order to reduce side effects from the digestive system. The course of

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BORNSAGE on i love pretty things


Thanks to Kelly Exeter for featuring us on her lovely blog which always has wonderful snippets of beautiful things….from furnishings to flowers. We love your work Kelly! Go to http://www.iloveprettythings.com.au/

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