Manufactured fabric conditioner vs. homemade fabric softener

All fabric softeners are man-made. Even homemade fabric softeners are made from household items like baking soda or vinegar. Compared to ‘natural’ fabric softeners, softeners like Comfort are better for your clothes in a number of ways.

Why Use Comfort Fabric Softener?

When it comes to fresher-smelling clothes and longer-lasting fabrics, Comfort is great. Not only does Comfort come in a range of fragrances such as Comfort Intense Fuchsia Passion and Comfort Creations Honeysuckle and Sandalwood, it also guards garments against wear and tear, and even makes clothes easier to iron.

Are Comfort Fabric Softeners Safe?

Some fabric softeners have strong fragrances that can affect people with sensitive skin. If you require a fabric softener for sensitive skin, you don’t need to make a homemade fabric softener. Look no further than Comfort Pure. Pure has a light fragrance and is approved by the British Skin Foundation to be appropriate for use by people with sensitive skin.

What Does Fabric Softener Do? Manufactured vs. ‘Natural’

Natural fabric softeners might be able help clean and mildly deodorise your clothes, but they are unlikely to give the same level of fragrance that a manufactured fabric conditioner like Comfort offers. Comfort helps to smooth out the fibres in your clothes, making them softer against your skin and easier to wear.

Using a fabric softener like Comfort Blue Skies in every wash can make your clothes easier to iron, prevent colour fading and even help your garments retain their shape after washing.

As well as having cosmetic benefits for your clothes, Comfort Blue Skies protects your fabrics against odours and gives your clothes a long lasting freshness that you can carry with you all day. That’s a level of care and freshness that it’s tough to get with a homemade fabric softener.