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I’ve been asked by enough people now "does this has bamboo in it” and "can this be made without spandex.” I’m finally writing the ultimate shopping guide for finding the most natural Yana Dee clothing. Not only is this best for your skin, is also good for the planet!
If you are already convinced, click here to skip the reading and start shopping "The Most Pure & Natural Yana Dee" collection.
What you put on your skin can change how it looks and feels. Since you probably put more clothes on your skin than any other product, picking out the right clothes to wear is key to keeping skin healthy- or bringing it back when an issue arises. Tough love isn’t a good strategy on eczema, acne, or rashes. Practice soft love with all-natural, non-irritating clothes instead.
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Fleece Season is Here!
We knew it was coming sooner or later, and now it is finally time to celebrate Fall in soft, warm fabrics!
To get you started, here's a list of things you want to make sure you have in your wardrobe!
Base Layers: Leggings, Bras, and Fitted Tops
The Main Attraction: Sweater Skirts, Fleece Dresses, and Cropped Sweaters
Outer Layers: Coats & Accessories
And last but not least... Curl up and Thrive with Bamboo Fleece Pajamas & Blankets
We have a lot of great fabrics in use here at Yana Dee. Fabric is the main ingredient in our fashion recipes that make our clothes so long-lasting, nice to wear, and eco-friendly. It's tough to name "the best," but I would dare to nominate our 100% Bamboo Fleece as one candidate. First of all, yes! Bamboo can be made into a textile. This vigorous plant requires no pesticides or fertilizers to grow, is completely renewable, and provides an abundance of usable oxygen to our atmosphere. As a textile, it is wonderfully breathable and insulating. It's also in the top-running for being the...