Lots of people worry about their clothing. But they probably don’t worry about whether it’s toxic.
Fungicides, chemical paints, stains resistant on fire, compose the toxic cocktail that is present in our clothing. All these toxic elements are harmful for us and for environmental management, but a small number of information are written on the label to warning us.
Once you compile the same cotton worn on incarnation in the textile factory where they are mixed with synthetics, nylon or polyester. In the process of the interference, put chemicals that make clothes attractive for customers. These additives allow to attract and turn attention of consumers towards the windows.
The few studies that have already been made by the specialist doctors to detect such toxic elements, have shown that in Australia 80,000 chemicals used in everyday consumer products, construction materials, food, packaging the same, cleaning products, personal care and etc. 75% of these works have never been tested for their toxicity on human body or the environment.
The textile industry uses formaldehyde and phthalates toxic poisons that are used for softening textiles. Lead which has in itself clothes weakens the nervous system of children and reduces IQ. In a number of children’s pajamas on the same label has to be fire resistant, so many parents immediately procured, while unaware that they are made from harmful chemicals such as chlorine, bromine, and other phosphate-based compounds.
Experts suggest people to buy clothing made from organic cotton, wool, bamboo, hemp and nettle. And if you already purchased any clothing, preferably take a nice wash a few times before you get dressed in order to remove all harmful chemicals.