Cotton Slippers: What are the benefits?
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Cotton slippers: What are the benefits?
It is a fact that the foot is one of the parts of the human body where there are sweat glands. Some people tend to sweat more or less for various reasons, but in general there is always a degree of moisture in our feet. The most common complaints about this part of the body are bad breath, excessive sweating and tenderness. Often these three are interconnected. Another is foot fungus. The conditions that most fungi like are when the skin is warm and moist. Especially in summer, when we are forced to wear shoes all day our foot gets hot, sweats, stays wet and fungi party.
Cotton slippers Cotton as a material is recommended by the majority of podiatrists and dermatologists to be used as exclusively as possible as a material in socks. As with cotton socks, so with slippers, the foot breathes properly, moisture is not trapped and fungi do not thrive.
So we would say that cotton slippers are: Skin friendly and non-irritating, no matter how sensitive the skin Hypo-allergic Antimicrobials They absorb moisture They dry quickly They do not smell as they dry quickly
What materials do we use?
Amaryllis Slippers uses organic cotton as its raw material, which offers and has some more benefits than conventional cotton.
Organically grown cotton is grown in special areas by growers who use techniques with less environmental impact than conventionally grown cotton. This practically means that synthetic fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides are not used for its production, which have been proven to damage the subsoil. Also, the quality of water is regularly checked and the principles of energy saving, biodiversity and healthy soil are promoted.
Conventional cotton, on the other hand, is usually produced using genetically modified seeds and synthetic pesticides designed to maximize crop yields. Conventional cotton growers are estimated to use more than $ 2.5 billion worth of pesticides each year, making their cultivation one of the most toxic. In addition, cotton cultivation has high water requirements, with 400 million tonnes of water consumed annually in the cultivation stage alone.
How do we take care of them?
The slippers of our company, in addition to hand washing, can also be put in the washing machine at 30º without spinning.