Recognized as a month committed to emphasizing the importance of good skincare, the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) dedicated every month of November as National Healthy Skin Month (NHSM).
Whether you're looking for a basic one to wear for a casual day, a personalized one to make a statement, or a cozy item to cuddle all weekend, there is bound to be a hoodie that's ideal for you.
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?
While some have already returned to their pre-pandemic “normal” by wearing stylish, aesthetically-pleasing clothes, others have found contentment in the simple wardrobe staples that "spark joy" called loungewear. Here are the 10 organic cotton pieces that can make people with skin allergies and sensitivities cozy and allergy-free.
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.
Apart from the traditional topical treatments, does applying wet dressings and damp fabrics on the skin also work wonders?
Our recently released hypoallergenic neck protection sleeve, made with 100% organic cotton, is a functional creation designed to ultimately reduce flare-ups in the neck by guarding your sensitive skin from the cold, allergens, and irritants. While this accessory prioritizes your protection against harmful external factors, it can also be used for other important functions.
For always leaving no stone unturned to make us feel protected and special, it's now our turn to make you feel relaxed and comfortable. This Father’s Day, we're upgrading the wardrobes of all the father figures in the world with even more of what they already love: allergy-free organic cotton essentials!
New styles, new fabrics. The fast-fashion industry, equipped with different innovative fabrics, has completely changed the way people consume clothing, but not always for the better.
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.
Wearing the wrong clothes, particularly those made with harmful synthetic materials and irritating chemicals, can easily turn romantic plans into uncomfortable ones.
Don't let the skin allergies and flare-ups prevent your loved ones from enjoying the most wonderful time of the year. For an allergy-free holiday season until the new year, give them the gifts of comfort using our hypoallergenic organic cotton clothing pieces.