Eco-friendly fabrics are made of fibers that can grow without using any pesticides or chemicals. They have a natural resistance to mold. Hemp, flax, bamboo and ramie are eco-friendly fibers. Eco-friendly clothing uses natural animal and plant materials as raw materials, such as cotton, linen, silk, and leather. They not only reflect the awareness of environmental protection in style and color design, but also use non-polluting natural raw materials to make buttons, zippers and other accessories. From the production to processing of raw materials, it is completely from the perspective of protecting the ecological environment, avoiding the use of chemical printing and dyeing raw materials and resins that damage the environment. The combination of "environmental style" and the inner needs of modern people to return to innocence has made eco-friendly clothing gradually become a new trend in the fashion field.
(1) Social responsibility: Chemicals and pesticides pollute drinking water and groundwater, threatening the lives of fish and even humans. Organic and ecological fibers in eco-friendly clothing can grow without any pesticides or fertilizers.
(2) Biodegradable: Ecological and organic fabrics will degrade naturally over time. When synthetic fibers degrade, they will eventually become waste and release harmful toxins.
(3) Health: Many people don't like to wear synthetic textiles or are allergic to synthetic textiles. Eco-friendly fabrics have all the characteristics of new synthetic breathable fabrics with fibers of increased softness and drapability, making eco-friendly clothing more comfortable for people to wear.
(4) Absorption: Chemical substances will not only enter our groundwater, but also enter human skin. Organic and ecological fibers are natural, do not contain irritating chemicals, and are also hypoallergenic and naturally antibacterial. Therefore, eco-friendly clothing is more conducive to reducing skin damage.
(5) Popularity: Organic food has been around for a while, and organic and eco-friendly fabrics will also become popular. This is a natural evolution. Ecological and organic fabrics that were once considered as substitutes are now becoming mainstream.