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February 22, 2018
More than ever, the world is becoming more conscious about the food they consume.For this reason the demand for organic food is on the rise. People no longer want to feed their bodies with toxic chemicals and only shop for organic food products. But if this is something people have become more conscious about,they should also look at other factors, like the fabrics they sleep on?
At myOrganicSleep, we believe it does matter and you should be able to know what the fabrics you sleep on contain. First off, did you know conventionally grown cotton uses more insecticides and pesticides than any other crop in the world. The chemicals bed sheets have is something that does not cross your mind as you spend eight hours a night rubbed up against them.
Here are is the solution to toxic fabrics and reasons why buying Organic Sheets is the best thing for you and your family.
Conventionally grown cotton can irritate sensitive skin. Switching to organic cotton is a healthier choice for you, the environment and factory worker. Organic Cotton is grown in healthier soil do to crop rotation and the use of chemicals free seeds( Non-GMO). The soil used to grow organic cotton is produced with no Synthetic Fertilizers, insecticides, or pesticides.
Chemicals and pesticides used in conventional cotton can get into runoff water, poisoning lakes and rivers. Water becomes contaminated creating a wave effect, poisoning fish, birds, and other animals. Growing cotton organically is a different story, farmers fertilize with natural materials. Natural Materials that are good for the environment and your sleep.
You can find organic cotton sheets elsewhere, but here at myOrganicsleep you'll find sheets that are fair in price. Our goal is for everyone to be able to afford Organic and natural bedding products. Head over to our sheet set collection and find your pair of 100% Organic Cotton Sheet Sets.
Any questions? chat with us on our home page or simply send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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