We are an eco friendly brand using low impact dyes,biodegradable fabric, recyclable packaging and fair labor.
We have created an on-the-go solution for women, that has a gentle effect on the environment. Our product is made from 100% cotton and has eco-friendly packaging. Nature can biodegrade everything it makes back to its basic building blocks. Majority of fabrics and fibers will eventually biodegrade, however the amount of time it takes along with the amount of damage dealt to our environment will vary. Cotton is an environmentally friendly fabric which will biodegrade seamlessly back into nature’s cycle at the same rate as an apple core.
How to Compost Your Undies
Shred em': Start off by getting the size down, you can cut them into little squares or just rip them into strands. They'll break down quicker!
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HOW QUICKLY DIFFERENT FABRICS DECOMPOSE
Cotton is one of the most biodegradable fabrics you can have, especially if it is 100% cotton. In a compost, cotton may biodegrade within as little as a week but usually takes about 5 months.
Wool clothing will decompose in about one year but can take as long as five depending on the blend.
Silk, even pure silk, has always been one of the most resilient natural fibers, getting tougher as time wears on. It starts to show signs of biodegradation after about 4 years.
Nylon fabric is mainly a utility fabric, used in many sports-related items, as well as craft projects. But when trashed, nylon fabric takes 30-40 years to decompose.
The majority of polyesters are not biodegradable meaning that the polyester fabric shirt you bought last season will not decompose for 20 years at best and 200 years at worst, depending on conditions.