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Luxury eco-friendly home linnen
Luxury eco-friendly home linnen

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Matilda Eco Luxury Linen. Please check out the vid and our website (about us). Re post and share if you like. Cheers.

Many companies pose as ‘green’ or eco-friendly retailers but, in fact, do not offer any eco-certified products. Matilda-House is currently sourcing certified eco-friendly linen from all around the world. To make sure your product is genuinely eco-certified, look for the following labels:
• ISO 140001

The benefits of organic cotton:

• Naturally softer than conventional cotton – eco friendly processing (conventional cotton may retain harmful toxic residues).
• Anti-allergic / Hypoallergenic - Organic cotton is said to benefit sufferers of skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis because it's free of irritating chemicals.
• Conventionally-grown cotton occupies only 3% of the world's farmland, but uses 25% of the world's chemical pesticides - strict testing ensures the absence of contaminants like nickel, lead, formaldehyde, amines, pesticides and heavy metals.
• Low Carbon Footprint - Manual farming and organic practices have a lower carbon footprint as the entire process consumes less fuel and energy and emits fewer greenhouse gases.
• Safe for farm workers - Grown with natural rather than synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, no chemical defoliants used.
• Not from genetically modified cottonseed.

We at would like to contribute towards a Eco (earth) friendly life style by sourcing and promoting organic & natural home linen etc. please contact for support and details. Reds

Why bamboo fiber products are good for you :

Naturally soft
Easy care
Highly absorbent
UV protection

Why bamboo fiber products are good for the environment:

Produces clean air
Requires no pesticides
Uses minimal water
Renewable resource
Chemical free

Why Matilda-House recommends organic cotton over conventional cotton: Conventional cotton uses up to 90 different chemicals from plantation to processing (more than any other plant). Not only harmful for the environment, but also for you. Look for OEKO-TEX / GOTS internationally recognized certifications. Register your interest at
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