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Organic cotton versus conventional cotton.

What are the benefits?

Organic cotton is gaining popularity in the sustainable fashion industry. Concerns about the environmental and social impact of the textile industry are growing. That is why many people choose organic cotton as an alternative to conventional cotton. Organic cotton offers numerous benefits, both for the health of our planet and for the people who grow it and those who wear it. In this article, we’ll explore why organic cotton is better than conventional cotton.


What is organic cotton?

Organic cotton (often called organic cotton) is used as an alternative to conventional cotton (normal cotton). It is grown using materials and methods that have a lower impact on the environment. For example, organic cotton is produced without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, as they are harmful to the environment and human health. Instead, organic farmers use natural methods to control pests and fertilize the soil. Organic cotton is also grown with non-GMO seeds, without genetic modification.




Why is organic cotton better than conventional cotton?

Organic cotton is better for the environment

One of the main advantages of organic cotton is that it is more environmentally friendly than conventional cotton. As we mentioned above, organic cotton is grown without the use of pesticides, insecticides or fertilizers, which keeps the soil healthier and fewer chemicals end up in the environment. Organic cotton, on the other hand, is grown using natural methods, which have minimal impact on the environment.

Organic cotton is healthier for farmers

Another advantage of organic cotton is that it is healthier for the farmers who grow it. The cultivation of traditional cotton is accompanied by the use of large amounts of insecticides and pesticides. These chemicals are not only harmful to the environment, but also pose a serious health risk to the farmers and their families exposed to them. When growing organic cotton, on the other hand, farmers are not exposed to these harmful chemicals, making it a safer and healthier option.

Organic cotton is better for water conservation

Cotton needs large amounts of water to grow. In traditional cotton cultivation, irrigation is often used, which can lead to depletion of water resources. Organic cotton cultivation uses rainwater as much as possible, making it a more sustainable option.

Organic cotton is gentler on the skin

Organic cotton is not only better for the environment and the health of farmers and workers, but it also benefits consumers. It is hypoallergenic and less likely to cause allergic reactions or skin irritation.


Organic cotton is a more sustainable option for clothing than conventional cotton. It is better for the environment, the health of farmers and their families, soil, water conservation and biodiversity. By choosing organic cotton, Mana loa contributes to a more sustainable and ethical fashion industry, which is better for people and planet.

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