Organic Cotton fiber is a natural fiber derived from cotton plants that are grown under organic rather than "industrial cotton" conditions. Synthetic fibers are a wide variety of man-made products that are created through a chemical process, often using petroleum as a base ingredient. Natural fabrics tend to allow the skin to breathe and are found by many parents to be healthier for baby’s skin. Organic cotton has the added benefit of having no residual pesticides or chemicals from the production process. Cotton is comparatively less durable than synthetic fiber.
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