Organic Lingerie
Inner Secrets|August 2019
Organic Lingerie
The Trump Card Of This Century

First of all, organic underwear is a real thing! It is perhaps the twentyfirst-century trump card that’s going to change the complete cycle of procuring, producing, buying and using inner garments. From banning the use of fertilizers and pesticides while farming the raw materials to abolishing the use of toxic dyes and chemicals and replacing machine wash by hand wash in cold water, Organic innerwear is going to change it all!

Organic underwear is a conscious move towards a greener and ethical choice of undergarments that offers a better deal at personal well being. It is meticulously handcrafted with natural fabrics, sans toxic dyes, pesticides, chemicals, and treatments to offer a better sustainable and healthy alternative to our toxin ladened second skin. Organic fabrics often made with cotton, silk or bamboo provides much better protection from toxins while offering more breathability against the skin. It also offers better sweat absorption, which prevents yeast and bacteria growth in sensitive areas of the body. According to the definition of organic apparels, a product can be termed organic if more than 95 percent of the product is produced organically. This means right from the farm to packing everything has to be in line with the standards of being organic.


Undergarments are the most intimate, perhaps the closet thing we put on our bodies. They are nothing less than our second skin that stays in contact for the longest periods that too with the most sensitive areas of our body. Just the thought of exposing our reproductive organs to something toxic and harmful is so irksome. As such it makes complete sense to take a closer look into the fibers, fabrics and everything else that goes into making these tiny pieces of under-things.


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August 2019