5 Toxic Fabrics That Can Be Harmful to Your Health and What You Can Wear Instead

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If it was really that harmful then why do they still make those clothes? Just because it's cheaper or what?
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year ago
OMG Karen, why have you deleted this comment?
My thoughts exactly
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I can't find a single brand with decent offerings of tencel/merino wool. Please recommend if there are any
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You need to check your ethics when you recommend merino wool. The gathering process is extremely cruel.
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This is very true. For those that don't know, watch this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jNev6KVFnM
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Good article I love silk just can’t afford it all the time guess I will be sticking to cotton but I usually go for rayon polyester and spandex
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Bamboo is a dangerous one. In its natural state, bamboo is stiff and rough. According to research conducted by sustainable outdoor clothing brand Patagonia, the process to convert bamboo to its softest state (rayon fiber) releases toxic chemicals (carbon disulfide, sodium hydroxide, and sulfuric acid—eek!) that are actually reproductive hazards.
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