Cotton is a natural fibre that covers the seed of the cotton plant once the flower has dried.
RESPECTFUL OF NATURE
It is cultivated harmoniously and naturally with rotations in the crops to prevent soil imbalance. The obtention of seeds by self-reproduction preserves the continuity of the autochthonous species. Plagues are controlled biologically with natural predators and natural pesticides. To ensure the fertility of the soil, organic compounds are used and the crops are adapted to areas with sufficient rainfall, using vegetable covers to retain the damp.
No transgenic products or chemical fertilisers are used.
SOFT AND DELICATE WITH YOUR SKIN
Ecological cotton fibre is natural; there are varieties of white, green and brown.
As dyes are not used, ECOLOGICAL COTTON is particularly recommended for garments in contact with the skin.
CERTIFYING BODIES guarantee consumers that the whole process from harvesting to the end product has been carried out along ecological criteria