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Oeko-Tex Certified

Oeko-Tex certification ensures that clothing and textiles have been tested for harmful substances, including banned azo dyes, carcinogenic and allergy-inducing colorants, pesticides, and many more. Conducted by independent Oeko-Tex partner institutes, testing follows a modular system that checks all of an item’s components and ingredients, from linings to prints and applied coatings. Oeko-Tex criteria often go beyond current national and international requirements—giving end-users extra assurance of safety.
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