5 Reasons Why You Need Knitted Organic Cotton Pieces in Your Wardrobe

5 Reasons Why You Need Knitted Organic Cotton Pieces in Your Wardrobe

These three knitted organic cotton items have come to represent comfort in our vocabulary because they offer warmth without sticking to the skin, itch-free protection against allergy triggers, and comfort whenever an allergic reaction flares up.


OUR 10 BEST ALLERGY-FREE ORGANIC COTTON PIECES OF 2022

OUR 10 BEST ALLERGY-FREE ORGANIC COTTON PIECES OF 2022

We went into 2022 with the goal of making everyone's lives better and safer. Though our purpose remains the same for the coming year, Cottonique does not stop pushing boundaries to create functional hypoallergenic products that people will love. Here's a list of what our eco-conscious and comfort-seeking customers bought this year. 

5 Considerations When Choosing the Right Thong

5 Considerations When Choosing the Right Thong

While thongs may not be everyone's favorite, getting the right pieces can still serve a purpose in terms of comfort and practicality.
5 Ways to Get Involved in Eczema Awareness Month

5 Ways to Get Involved in Eczema Awareness Month

For a skin condition that affects more than 31 million people in the United States, greater awareness on the issues involving eczema is needed. Here are 5 easy ways to get involved if you want to help spread awareness of the skin condition, ultimately fostering greater understanding, showing compassion, and reducing misinformation.


5 Tips to Reduce Skin Irritation from Fall Allergies

5 Tips to Reduce Skin Irritation from Fall Allergies

Even though these skin reactions aren't usually a big deal, they can still keep you from taking part in fall activities. Fortunately, there are a number of helpful actions you can take this fall to lower your risk of skin irritation. 
5 Reasons Why You Should Make the Switch to Organic Clothing

5 Reasons Why You Should Make the Switch to Organic Clothing

Fast fashion has long been a means for people to express their individuality and creativity. The availability of a wide range of textile materials to experiment with, along with the plethora of new fashion trends, has completely altered how people consume clothing, but is this change for the better?
3 Factors to Consider When Buying Diabetic Socks

3 Factors to Consider When Buying Diabetic Socks

People with diabetes opt to use diabetic socks since ordinary socks may cause moderate restriction that leaves visible compression lines around their ankles. However, there are some mainstream socks that can meet diabetic needs as well.
Eczema Care: What is Wet Wrap Therapy?

Eczema Care: What is Wet Wrap Therapy?

Apart from the traditional topical treatments, does applying wet dressings and damp fabrics on the skin also work wonders?

The Darker Side of Aluminum: Allergen of the Year 2022

The Darker Side of Aluminum: Allergen of the Year 2022

Recognized as the third most common element in the Earth's crust, aluminum has made its way into everyone's hands, finding its way into food, drinking water, cooking utensils, films, packaging materials, medications, cosmetics, toothpaste, antiperspirants, and even clothes. 
Spring Skincare Tips for These 5 Common Conditions

Spring Skincare Tips for These 5 Common Conditions

On top of the usual sneezing, congestion, and itchy skin problems, there are also other conditions that can be linked with seasonal allergies. Here are the 5 allergy-related skin conditions that people may experience this spring and how to best handle them.
5 Organic Cotton Clothes People with Skin Allergies Should Wear this Spring

5 Organic Cotton Clothes Everyone Should Own to Stay Allergy-Free This Spring

Along with the entry of warmer days, the arrival of spring also marks the return of certain allergy triggers. However, people with skin allergies and sensitive skin should not be homebound by allergy symptoms
woman scratching her neck after exposure to allergen in spring

Can Eczema Flare-up During Spring? Yes, Here's How To Prevent It

The Eczema Association of Australasia (EAA) explained that people with eczema often find their skin condition flare-up more in spring due to the influx of allergens suspended in the air and the increasing temperatures.