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Acrylic is the byproduct of heating fossil fuels. When someone wears clothing made from acrylic fabric they are essentially wearing a plastic garment. Like all plastics, once disposed of, acrylic clothing will not biodegrade in a landfill. It will remain as trash for hundreds of years. It’s something worth considering when shopping.

Wool, organic cotton, hemp, bamboo, and Tencel lyocell, which are made from eucalyptus trees, are eco-friendly alternatives to plastic fabrics such as acrylic, polyester, and nylon. Clothing and fabric products that have the OKEO-TEX label ensure that they have been tested to be free of over 340 toxic chemicals.

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