The Hidden Dangers of Polyester

The Hidden Dangers of Polyester

Everyday, we wear clothes that make us look and feel great, but many are unaware of the potential dangers lurking beneath the surface. The clothing industry heavily relies on synthetic materials, with polyester being one of the most popular choices. However, the convenience of this fabric comes at a significant cost to both our health and the environment.

Did you know that the manufacturing process of this synthetic material involves the use of toxic chemicals? Some of which can be absorbed by our skin when in contact with polyester clothing. These chemicals can lead to skin irritation, allergies, and other chronic inflammations. 

Phthalates have been linked to hormonal imbalances, reproductive issues, and even cancer.

The polyester production process is not only harmful to our health but also to the environment. From resource extraction to waste disposal, the environmental impact of polyester is extensive and far-reaching.

Elise Fayre was built on the principles of consciousness, sustainability and empowerment.

We use natural, biodegradable fabrics as well as traditional and sustainable techniques to ethically produce dresses for incredible women with a focus on comfort, breathability, safety and beauty. 

By choosing sustainable alternatives and adopting eco-friendly practices, we can contribute to a healthier environment, promote our well-being and protect both human health and the environment for generations to come.

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