Conventional cotton is one of the most widely grown and chemical-intensive crops in the world.  Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. 

By choosing to use organic cotton, you are supporting sustainable and environmentally responsible farming practices which will benefit our earth for present and future generations.

The label is made from organic cotton.  Non-toxic water-based ink is used in the printing of the labels, which is completed in London, Ontario.

The organic cotton fabric is sourced from organic farms in the United States of America.

The thread and ribbon is sourced from India.

Yes.  The cotton is certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). All the mills that process the organic cotton into fiber and fabric adhere to the regulations set forth by presiding regulatory bodies of the USA.

The thread  and ribbon is certified organic by Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).

Yes, we can provide you with a copy upon request.

The organic cotton and thread are dye free.

The design, cutting, sewing and packaging is done here in Canada.

Absolutely!   Organics by Heather proudly complies with Health Canada’s Flammability requirements set out in Canada’s Textile Flammability Regulations for general textile products. We also comply with Canada’s requirements for Textile Labelling. 

Yes, we can provide you with a copy of the flammability test report upon request.

All products can be machine washed in water not exceeding 40°C, at normal setting. Tumble dry at low heat setting or air dry. If desired, iron at medium temperature.

The Mini Facial Cloth can be easily reshaped by gently pulling it with your fingers and flattening it with your palm. To prevent them from curling, lay them flat to dry or iron.

You may remove the soap from the soap sleeve after each use and hang dry or simply hang your soap sleeve with the soap in it until the next use.

Yes we do!  Send us an email through our contact page and we will be happy to help.