Few things are as personal as what we’re wearing under our everyday wardrobe. Our underwear starts our day with us; it should be comfortable, make us feel confident and effortlessly sexy, and—ideally—reflect our values for ethics and sustainability.
No toxic chemicals are used in the growing of organic cotton. It doesn't damage the soil, has less impact on the air, and uses 88% less water and 62% less energy.
When it comes to something so intimate and close to our skin, we prefer our underwear to be made ideally from breathable natural fibers that are free of toxic chemicals. This means irritation free, rash free & allergy friendly underwear is what you get, when going with organic cotton underwear.
WHY IS ORGANIC COTTON BETTER?
We only use GOTS certified fibers, handling methods and factories, when working with Organic cotton.
The cotton is grown in accordance with organic agriculture methods, without the use of harmful defoliants. It is produced with methods that respect the well-being of mankind and environment.
The cotton is free from toxic dyes & fabric treatments including formaldehyde, heavy metals & aromatic solvents. People with chemical sensitivity and allergies can wear organic cotton safely.
For the sustainable fashion world, the future looks bright because plant-based fabrics are becoming more and more normalized. Not only is this excellent news for our planet, but this is also great news for our health. As consumers, it can be a nuisance to keep checking which fabrics are non-toxic and eco-friendly. With plant-based materials becoming the fashion industry’s future, you’ll be able to wear almost anything with peace of mind that you’re not sacrificing your well-being or the planet for your style. After all, this is how it should be because you deserve the perfect layer for your most precious parts!
At the core of everything we do at Woron is a strong respect for the people we work with, and the environment we work within.
We are well aware of the reputation of the fashion industry and strive to promote positive change. You can read much more about the factories that we work with right here.