70% of bed sheet manufacturers put TOXINS in their bed sheets!

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That's right, 70% of manufacturers put toxins in their bed sheets. Then we wonder why allergies, eczema and asthma are rising by leaps and bounds in the USA alone.  For example, if oeko-tex testing non-iron wrinkle free permanent pressyour bed sheets are labeled, non-iron, permanent press, wrinkle-free, they contain formaldehyde.  Formaldehyde, according to the National Cancer Institute* is a cancer causing carcinogen!

Azo dyes are also cancer causing and they have been banned in Europe.**  In the US, 70+% of manufactures use AZO dyes azo dyes debora rachelle free toxic chemicals bed sheetsare still being used in bed sheets, comforter, and duvets.  

DeBora Rachelle, luxury bed linen designer, CEO of DeBora Rachelle Inc., says, "if a manufacturer isn't bragging on their packaging about being AZO dye free or OEKO-TEX tested, they probably have toxins in them.  Read your labels, you could be sleeping in a chemical nightmare literally!"  DeBora Rachelle launched their patented luxury bed sheet line in May of 2018.   As well as having the OEKO-TEX tested and AZO dye-free labels on the DeBora Rachelle linen's packaging, you will also find cruelty-free, hypoallergenic and contaminate free and earth friendly on their labels as well.  DeBora explains, "I know, it's odd we brag about everything being good in our bed sheets, but look at it this way, won't you sleep better knowing that you're not sleeping in toxins?"

Wondering about your bed sheets?  Look for this logo:oeko-tex testing bed sheet no harmful chemicals

 

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https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/substances/formaldehyde

 

 



** http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/bitstream/JRC44198/eur_23447_en_fr_aa.pdf

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