Organic clothing or green clothing refers to clothes made from materials in which no chemicals were used during their growth or creation. The materials used in the making of these clothes are produced in line with organic agricultural guidelines. Chemicals including pesticides and herbicides that are so often used in catalysing growth are excluded in the nurturing of the plants used in making materials for organic clothes.
Besides the benefits of organic clothing, which will be discussed in relation to babies, it is worth to highlight that organic clothes help in the conservation of Mother Nature in a number of ways. It is common knowledge that most chemicals affect the environment and hence organic clothes and handmade clothing like the ones on http://schattebout.com/ curtail the manufacture of harmful chemicals. These chemicals normally come into contact with the fauna and flora in the environment and the effect is adverse.
In context, organic baby clothing has many benefits. For starters, we have seen that chemicals are dangerous both to plants and animals. Would you therefore prefer if a clothing full of chemicals is placed on the body of an infant? I will leave that to your imagination. All cynicism kept at bay, some of the clothing made from materials whose production involved the incorporation of dangerous substances could have serious health risks. Studies show that the fertilisers and other chemicals used in facilitating growth of the plants remain even after processing into fabrics for clothing. These chemicals may react adversely to the skin, especially the tender skin of infants. Organic baby clothing is therefore the safest mode of clothing- second to nudity (if you consider it a form of clothing). (more...)