Every day we consider how much water we should drink and how much food we eat daily and which food we must avoid while we are ill. But we didn’t ever think that how much chemicals and materials affect us in our clothes? Of course, some of us prefer silk's comfortable feeling, some of us prefer nylon's stretchiness, but generally not from a "harmful" viewpoint, because if they contained some kind of dangerous chemicals, surely clothes would not be sold? Sri Kalyan Export Pvt Ltd provides various types of clothes of every age group for all gender with a high quality of material that can never be torn or fade while washing.
Some dyes are believed to be associated with cancer because when worn, they are thought to release carcinogenic chemicals. In particular, "azo" dyes, or more generally referred to as the blue color that rubs off jeans and on any light-colored surface near you. It contains formaldehyde, toxic to both humans and wildlife as a result of the manufacturing process, with rivers being polluted with industrial waste. As the chemical has great preservation properties, it's often thought of as the "new clothes smell".
Always look for the brands which use natural dyes as these often actually contain the health benefits rather than the dangers. Working out is sometimes just as good as the gear we perform in and so breathable. Performance fabrics are also attractive marketing angles for health-conscious clients.
Synthetics such as nylon and polyester, simply stop our body from releasing contaminants from its natural process, which can lead to unnecessary skin problems or even respiratory issues. Through the water we drink, washing these materials releases hundreds if not thousands of microplastic fibers that end up in our oceans and in our own bodies.
Instead, customers can opt for leisure wear made from natural ingredients that are safer and are not known to react as badly to our skin. Plus, they are more likely to be or at least more environmentally friendly to be biodegradable.
Finally, plain old cotton is not even safe. Non-organic cotton farming is believed to require the heavy use of pesticides that could lead to brain damage and infertility if exposed to the human body. Higher body temperature means faster absorption into your bloodstream of these chemicals. To prevent this, select organically grown cotton and you will most probably support fair trade practices as well.
As an industry, the chemicals and fabrics that our bodies are allowed to come into contact with need to be more transparent and controlled, particularly if they can increase the risk of cancer and other health conditions.