Cotton Creations: Organic Baby Onesies
Motherhood can be a different experience for each woman. There can be a lot you never thought about until you become a mom, and it involves digging deep into everything you learn. There’s a new responsibility you gain when raising a child - one that can shape the environment and protect our planet. Thinking more about the clothing and fabrics we decide to purchase can have a considerable effect on the industry and shape the future’s minds to be more eco-conscious.
Organic Cotton and Why It’s Unique
Organic cotton is grown using various methods and materials that have little to no impact on our health and environment. The production itself is absent from the use of toxic pesticides and synthetic fertilizers that are harmful to the soil, keeping our underground water reserves clean and developed. In the United States, organic cotton that is sold must comply with federal regulations, particularly cotton growth. Organic production is the best way to maintain soil fertility and create diverse agriculture. Also, we must support organic agriculture to create an improved working condition for cotton farmers because farming organic cotton is highly regulated by the government and is fairly traded in the international market.
Many organizations spearhead sustainability and ecological initiatives. Here are a few of these organizations or standards that you can check out relating to clothes and other apparels:
- Global Organic Textile Standard or GOTS. The GOTS is an international organization with its processing standard for textiles made from organic fibers. This includes cotton, of course!
- Global Recycle Standard or GRS. The GRS is also an international organization that sets a voluntary standard for third-party certification of content recycling. They also advocate social and environmental practices.
- Sustainable Apparel Coalition. The SAC includes various retailers, brands, and suppliers that advocate organic production, particularly for apparel, textile, and footwear.
- Oregon Tilth. The Oregon Tilth is a non-profit organization that focuses on supporting and also advocating organic food production and farming.
What to look for when choosing ethically sourced apparel brands
Your labor production must not involve children. Factories that are GOTS-certified ensure that working conditions are healthy and safe. That way, all the clothes produced by Cotton Creations are 100% sweatshop-free, so that little ones play in our clothes, not make them.
The organic cotton used by Cotton Creations is grown naturally, without any use of pesticides, herbicides, or other toxic chemicals. We conduct safe farming methods that surely preserve the soil, conserve energy, and help protect the people's health in the community where the cotton is grown. It also keeps our cotton clothing free from harmful and toxic chemicals.
Organic cotton uses 91% less water than conventional cotton. Also, our cotton production uses water without the mixture of toxic chemicals, keeping it clear and clean. All accessories, dyes, and other inputs must meet specific environmental and toxicological criteria to qualify.
Kind on the Skin & Environment
Organic cotton baby onesies are made with superb COZY organic fabrics that are environmentally friendly, naturally hypoallergenic, and gentle on your child's skin. If I may add, they’re perfect for sensitive skin. Most of us forget that our pores are one of the ways unwanted things, like germs and bacteria, enter our bodies. This is why it is best to use organic fabric when we can. You can’t beat the fantastic quality. These onesies will remain super soft even after multiple uses! It is natural to want to use the cleanest products we can find. You can’t beat the amazing quality. This material will remain super soft even after multiple uses!
Personalized Organic Cotton Products
Look for organic options that allow you to customize! It’s so easy to add your design to one of these 100% organic cotton onesies, toddler t-shirts, burp cloths, baby blankets, bibs, and tote bags! Some have expanded their selection of organic cotton products to better serve communities looking for these eco-conscious options. Look for options that offer DTG printing in full color using water-based inks. Because unlike traditional screen printing or embroidery, this printing method leaves no texture or “feel” to keep your baby comfy and irritation-free while wearing. Check out this Design Studio for customization ideas when designing a baby onesie.
Gender Reveal, Baby Shower, and Birthday Gifts
The benefits of organic clothing shouldn’t only be for a select few but for everyone. Look for an apparel brand that you can gladly share to someone else. Using a Design Studio, you can add text, upload a design, or use one of the stock designs supplied for free. You don’t have to be a grand or well-known artist to make a cute onesie (although artists are very welcome too!). These make great gifts for expectant mothers and gender reveal parties or 1st birthday shirts! You can also add a funny quote or monogram with your baby’s name. The fact that it’s organic is simply a bonus to the adorable gift you are giving or receiving!
Organic cotton is an innovative, eco-friendly choice to reduce our carbon footprint. It is an investment in the future—if we wish to improve the health of our families, communities, and our planet, we must start making eco-friendly choices. Reducing our carbon footprint is one way of contributing to a better future. And if you want to start somewhere, organic is the way to go.
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