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Ohganix is a non-profit collective of organic & ethical apparel & goods. Offering the highest quality sustainable, fair trade apparel, accessories, and home goods.
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Finding the best fitting bra can be a daunting task. Not only do women want a brat that is functional, they want a bra that is comfortable, looks good and provides their body with the best care. All women’s body types are unique and require a different style for proper fit and comfort. Check out […]More
As we are well into October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we would like to share common breast cancer medical procedures and the healthier alternatives to these practices. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) recommends for women age 40 or older to get a mammogram every 1-2 years. Mammograms are an x-ray of the breast used to […]More
Do you get confused by some of the content listed on clothing tags and care labels? Just like food labels, there is so much to look for when reading clothing labels and tags. Similar to food labeling, there is required content that has to be listed on garment labels; of which can be quite confusing […]More
Finding new and innovative ways to recycle all things that are doomed for a landfill is really great, however, turning plastics into a new t-shirt is one of the worst inventions yet. Here’s why… To make a plastic bottle it takes a significant amount of unsustainable resources including petrochemicals (yes petroleum) and natural gas. […]More