In observance of Latex Allergy Awareness Week, Cottonique reminds everyone to keep their skin safe from latex-related products by using our 100% organic cotton clothes, ultimately preventing unwanted allergic reactions.
Every woman entering the menopause stage knows about the typical night sweats, mood swings, and hot flashes associated with the transition. Skin allergies, on the other hand, may sit at the lower end of the spectrum.
The production of spandex takes a lot of raw materials, toxic chemicals, and nonrenewable energy sources — a process that makes the fabric unsustainable, hazardous to health, and environmentally harmful.
Pollen, food choices, dust, harsh chemicals, and fabrics — these are just some of the triggers that can cause allergic reactions in susceptible people. While allergic conditions seem more common in young groups, the symptoms they have can still progress over the years, affecting different age groups.
Despite its many useful purposes, the presence of formaldehyde in clothes can be harmful to people with skin conditions and sensitivities. Here's how to remove them.
A person who has been exposed to a foreign substance may likely experience the two main types of contact dermatitis. Here's the difference between irritant contact dermatitis (ICD) and allergic contact dermatitis (ACD).
We believe that everyone should concern themselves with the environmental impact of their everyday clothing choices. From synthetic fabrics to organic cotton garments, here is a decomposition timeline that everyone should know about.
Any clothing that constricts the stomach and tightens the pelvic area can prevent you from being comfortable, especially when you have Interstitial Cystitis.
Bras that constantly constrict and press against your upper stomach and chest do not deserve a spot in your closet. To prevent discomfort from happening, here are the 4 factors that every women should consider when buying the right bra.
Jock itch can last for months without proper treatment. Although over-the-medicine like antifungals can help alleviate the symptoms in a few weeks, nothing still beats prevention.
Just because cotton is the most used natural fiber in the world, it does not necessarily mean it's always good for you and the environment.