BOMBACIO offers cotton products made of 100% cotton, with no additives. Our cotton comes from the natural crops of Uzbekistan.

Unknown to many, Uzbekistan is the land of cotton. Cotton was brought here over one hundred years ago from Central America, and since then Uzbekistan has been largely covered by cotton fields.

For many, growing cotton is associated with white shrub plantations. Contrary to common belief, cotton is a beautiful green shrub, with large yellow, cream, or pink flowers, similar to hibiscus – a distant relative of cotton.

Cotton is an annual plant whose seeds are sown in early spring. The climate of Uzbekistan provides ideal conditions for growing cotton – high temperatures and sunlight during the 5-6 months of vegetation.

Cotton harvest in Uzbekistan takes place in autumn. Ripe cotton flowers are harvested and the fibers are pulled from them. This is raw cotton, which is then transported to harvesting facilities, followed by knitting plants, where the raw cotton is processed and arranged to the appropriate length. Our cotton has medium grain lengths of 33 – 35 mm. The grain is then used to make yarn, thread, raw, and ready-made cotton fabrics.

Cotton from Uzbekistan is appreciated around the world. It is therefore not surprising that cotton cultivation and the textile industry are the main economic areas of Uzbekistan, which is currently one of the largest producers and exporters of cotton in the world.


Cotton is a very natural fabric, known to mankind for over twelve thousand years. From how it is made and obtained, cotton is one of the most natural raw materials on earth.

Cotton is beneficial to the environment It has a neutral carbon footprint, which means that the amount of CO2 removed from the air by cotton plants around the world is equivalent to reducing the number of cars on our roads by as many as 7 million.

Cotton uses a lot of water, especially in areas where crops are additionally irrigated. However, the water used to grow cotton only accounts for about 3% of the world’s agricultural water use.

There has been a significant decrease in the number of pesticide use in cotton cultivation over the past 25 years. Pesticides are mainly used by farmers to stabilize the yield, both in the production of organic and conventional cotton.

Recycled cotton is much cheaper. Cotton is 100% biodegradable and compostable.

Cotton can successfully replace plastic or paper as its products are reusable. Cotton bags are more durable than paper bags and not detrimental to the environment such as plastic bags.


Ecology is an essential part of the philosophy of companies and brands. Our 100% cotton products are an ecological advertising medium, appreciated by clients who care about the environment and people.

Our cotton products, such as bags, towels, bathrobes, or bed linen are easily dyed using natural colors. This allows a sustainable approach to individualize and personalize products.

The flexibility and large surface of cotton products allow you to place your brand name in such a way as to stand out from the crowd and attract the attention of future clients. Our cotton is open to creativity, unconventionality, and innovation.

Our cotton products are a practical and durable advertising gift that will last many years.

NOTE: When choosing cotton as an advertising medium, pay attention to the quality of the material. Often, fabrics described as 100% cotton differ in appearance, weave, and feel.

Good quality cotton materials are distinguished by:

  • the label – should contain the composition of the material, so you can easily check whether the product is made of 100% cotton or material with an admixture
  • price – high-quality cotton simply cannot be sold too cheaply
  • sewing – good-quality cotton has a smooth surface, without protruding threads, torn fibers, or uneven stitches. This is because manufacturers use various types of weaves and subject the fabrics to additional chemical treatment.


Natural cotton can be used in many ways as various products are made from our cotton. Some examples are, but are not limited to: 

Clothing: T-shirts, shirts, blouses, skirts, dresses, underwear, sports clothes, coats, caps, and hats.

Textiles: bags, backpacks, linen, duvet covers, sheets, towels, bathrobes, slippers, bedspreads, blankets, curtains, carpets, kitchen towels, and tablecloths

Haberdashery: ornaments, fabrics for embroidery, cords, and strings.

Medical products: masks and non-woven aprons