Letter: My Journey to Freedom from Eczema - AIZOME (North America)

Letter: My Journey to Freedom from Eczema

Dear AIZOME Team, I am writing this heartfelt letter to share my personal journey and the invaluable lessons I have learned throughout my 25-year battle with severe eczema. It has been a tum...

#corecore, but make it Fashion (industry, that is) - AIZOME (North America)

#corecore, but make it Fashion (industry, that is)

There is an absence of belonging that echoes around the world. A hunger for the happiness we were promised, if we just dressed, walked, and talked the right way. But beyond our screens, our loved ...

Why Did These Sheets Get Accepted by the National Eczema Association? - AIZOME (North America)

Why Did These Sheets Get Accepted by the National Eczema Association?

You can also listen to this article here. Our skin is always in contact with textiles. Every textile we touch has an impact on our skin. Yet, to most of us, a sensible choice of textiles is not a p...

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Earth Day 2021: Healthy Beds for All - AIZOME (North America)

Earth Day 2021: Healthy Beds for All

Oceans are the origin of all life and they’re the basis of a healthy world. If you have recently been to pretty much any beach in the world, you will have noticed, that we have a problem.  A recen...

Indigo: The King of Color - AIZOME (North America)

Indigo: The King of Color

Indigo belongs to a family of 140 leafy green plants with 4 of them often being used for dyeing. The dyeing process usually requires a complicated oxidation process which turns the green leaves int...

Dyeing for the Future: Confronting Water Risks in the Textile Industry - AIZOME (North America)

Dyeing for the Future: Confronting Water Risks in the Textile Industry

Research shows that about 425,000,000 gallons of water are being used daily in the manufacture of textiles in India alone, with 500 gallons being used to produce a single pair of jeans. A lot of dy...