Organic Kids Wear India – The Myths

If you’re a millennial like us, and are living in India, you’d know that we need to modify our lifestyles into a more Organic- pollution free way as soon as possible. The temperatures are rising, there’s dust all around and we’re practically on the verge of an apocalypse. But how does that change overnight?
Most of us know we need to be healthier, we sometimes hit the gym, jog, run and control our diets to keep fit. But that’s not all, we must also follow certain basic rules of using the natural resources more efficiently, blowing out less pollution and most importantly buy Organic.
Today, with a little research, you’ll find that there are multiple brands that are selling organic product, especially online. Whether its food, drinks, accessories or even clothes. One must gradually shift their focus to these hidden gems and encourage them to come into the mainstream Indian market. organic kids wear is one such product that needs your attention the most.
When a regular garment is made using organic cotton and is called an organic garment, it means that its made in a conscious way. There has been a correct utilization of available resources, there has been no or minimal usage of chemicals, the environment has not been affected in a negative way etc. 
Yet many people shy away from buying organic kids wear as they don’t have much knowledge about them or simply are ignorant. For some, there are a few myths that stop them.

Let us bust some myths that surround organic kids wear in India today:

• Organic Cotton Clothes are for everyone: While you may have only seen some websites or brands that sell organic cotton products for adults, there are several organic brand in India that make organic clothes for babies.
• Organic Cotton Clothes are expensive: Absolutely not! Organic cotton clothes last much longer due to their simple process of manufacturing. Therefore you end up using them more and for a longer time. If anything, they are actually much cheaper for you.
• Organic Cotton Clothes are rare: While some of it is true, as most of the organic brands are only available online at the moment, this will change soon. As soon as the demands rise, these organic brands will establish themselves well in India and will be within your reach.
• Organic Cotton Clothes do not look appealing: This is perhaps, the most common myth that surrounds organic cotton clothes and it isn’t true at all. Go on and check a few website like ours and you’ll know we’re right!
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