Sankom

JewelryQueen
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Re: Sankom

Post by JewelryQueen » 1 month ago

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Believe it or not you should not wear underwear or nightwear made solely from Acrylic, Nylon or Polyester. They are all proven to be at least minimally cancer causing if worn in direct contact with your skin, particularly in intimate areas. Victoria's secret had a class action lawsuit because they use formaldehyde and benzene in their underwear. Even with cotton, unless it is certified organic, it may be sprayed in the fields with Glyphosate or insecticides that are definitely carcinogenic. Several washings before wearing may help. Any clothing that is advertised as water repellent, water proof, moisture wicking or stain resistant are very suspect as some extremely harsh chemicals are used in their production. Even some dyes that contain azo, aniline, or antraquinones are a no-no. Who knew? Right?
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Re: Sankom

Post by JewelryQueen » 1 month ago

@Amy

I am glad you are happy with your purchase. It's a good thing we are not all built the same. I found the Sankom bra I bought to be THE MOST uncomfortable I've ever purchased, and threw it in the garbage.

PS But good going with the organic cotton!!!
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Re: Sankom

Post by anniebelle » 1 month ago

JQ, Somehow I knew you would have information! Never gave it a thought that clothing would be dangerous! I just bought a pair of MukLuks made from recycled plastic bottles! And I have a pair of jeans as well. But my new panties are 100% cotton. :D
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Re: Sankom

Post by CJM » 1 month ago

Polypropylene is used to make area rugs. If they catch fire the fumes will kill you before the fire will. That’s why I buy only wool area rugs! When I was a kid so many things were made from natural materials. Now so much is synthetic.
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Re: Sankom

Post by Rolltide » 1 month ago

Spandex, and how it is processed, would be the most common for intimates and shapewear, I would think.
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Vicky
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Re: Sankom

Post by Vicky » 1 month ago

Last year I bought a high sankom pantie. It was awful. Size was way off. I trashed it.
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Re: Sankom

Post by Gypsy » 1 month ago

I tried the SANKOM bras and it's a big 👎
They did not fit as advertised, they were uncomfortable and HOT
I will definitely not buy another SANKOM product -Gypsy
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Re: Sankom

Post by Amy » 1 month ago

Good morning Roxijade: Hey we don’t want any crammed sardines here ! Just in case anyone changes their mind here is the item # 3458900. Right now only S/M is available. I think this is a newer design ? Good luck to anyone who wants to try again. If in doubt I always go up a size. 🌷🌼🌸 🍁🍁🍁
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Re: Sankom

Post by Gem Lover » 1 month ago

I ordered 3 of their items and none fit good and all went back, maybe if you have smaller breast they are ok but for those of us with larger breast they do not work and do not have good support, I found my cheapo workout bra from wally world was better then the sankom.
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