Organic Cotton: Cotton that is grown without chemicals or synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. These cotton plants are derived from non-genetically modified seeds. Organic cotton makes up less than 1% of the world’s cotton supply.
GOTS Certification: This stands for the Global Organic Textile Standard. It was started in 2002 and is an international textile certification that has been developed with an accreditation system for businesses and suppliers who meet specific auditing standards for manufacturing and product.
Certified Sustainable: This means that the textile used is in compliance with legal regulations and exemplary quality standards in the sustainable production processes.
Cellulose Fiber: Derived from a wood based fiber. A natural component of renewable source material wood, these types of fibers are biodegradable and can re-enter the eco-system.
TC: Thread Count; the higher the number, the finer the weave.