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clothing is both man’s means to hide and to show. However, not everyone can be comfortable with the clothes they wear.  In many cases, this is due to clothing fabric.  Unfortunately, there are cloth materials which not only causes discomfort but may even result to health issues like allergies and skin diseases. It is for this reason that cotton made clothing are very popular.

What is Cotton Made Clothing?

Cotton is a shrub fibre with a protective case that surrounds the seeds. The fibre is cellulose like. Cotton fibre is spun to create a thread or yarn in order to make a breathable and soft textile or fabric.  Cotton clothes are not only soft, but durable and comfortable too. It is also simple and easy to maintain.

Cotton made fabric were already in vogue even for thousands of years ago.  At present, this type of fibre includes a wide range of apparel such as shirts, sweaters, dresses, sleepwear, jackets, and socks to name a few.  

Advantages of Wearing Cotton Made Clothing

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Cotton is recognised as the fabric of people’s’ lives.  It is estimated that more than 25 million tons of cotton bales are produced each year.  Because it is a natural product, it offers all the reasons why you should choose cotton made clothing. 

Less Toxic & Eco Friendly

Since it is a natural fibre, cotton is less toxic compared with other synthetic fibre.  Cloth fibres which are synthetically prepared are treated with chemicals. Most of these can be absorbed by the skin. These harm, not only the skin, but the whole body as well.  Some of the common chemicals used are terephthalic acid found in polyester, polyacrylonitrile which is used in acrylic fibres, sulphuric acid (possibly carcinogenic) as well as ammonia which is found in rayon, and petroleum which is commonly utilised for nylon fabrics.

Comfort

Comfortability is an inherent characteristic of cotton made clothing.  It is whether resistant yet provides breathability between clothes and the skin.  Because it is so comfortable to wear, many prefer cotton fabrics when it comes to underwear and undershirts.

Hypo-allergenic

Cotton made clothes are hypo-allergenic. It is a known fact that cotton textile do not or rarely causes allergic issues or reaction. In fact, most dermatologists recommend wearing this kind of fabric in order to ward off skin allergies.  Cotton does not irritate the skin; thus, it is one of the usual major ingredients in medical products like gauze and bandages.  In addition, baby clothing are usually made of cotton because it compliments sensitive skin.

All Weather

It is an all-weather or all seasons textile as cotton made clothing can resist varying types of temperature. It is ideal to wear for summer’s heat but can also provide insulation during cold evenings.  This is due to the fact that cotton traps the air in between fibres of the fabric.  In addition, cotton material do not stick onto your skin; thus, sufficiently insulating your body.

Moisture Control

It is absorbent; therefore, good for moisture control.  It absorbs liquid away from your body. This helps eliminate moisture buildup between clothes you wear and your skin in order to keep you dry.  According to experts, cotton absorbs around one fifth of its weight before it can be considered as damp.

Durabile 

Cotton fabric is considered as one of the most durable varieties.  It doesn’t tear easily and can withstand the strongest washing machine power or even frequent hand washing. What makes cotton very ideal is that it does not have inherent odour so you can wash it quickly. Cotton fibres stick together longer compared with synthetic fibres as the latter tends to break down easily and becomes fuzzy.  With that, it is safe to say that purchasing cotton based clothes are good clothing investments because of their inherent durability.