For Your Baby

Luxuriously Soft And Durable

Bamboo fabrics are luxuriously soft and often compared to cashmere and silk. It is bamboo’s smooth, long, thin, hollow and round fibre structure that make fabrics made from it to be luxuriously soft. The same structural qualities make bamboo fabrics so durable. No wonder why bamboo is also referred to as the “green steel”.

Thermoregulating Winter or Summer

Bamboo fibres’ properties, make fabrics from it incredibly breathable allowing air to get trapped and flow closer to babies’ skin. These same attributes allow bamboo to regulate babies’ body temperature. Studies have shown that bamboo on average stays 2 to 3 degrees cooler in the summer months and 2 to 3 degrees warmer in the winter months.

Hypoallergenic And Antibacterial

Babies’ skin is sensitive to the environment and what it touches, can cause allergies, sensitivities and even eczema. As a tree (scientifically a tropical grass), bamboo contains a natural component called “bamboo-kun”. It is Kun that grants bamboo anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties protecting the tree against insects, fungus and harmful bacteria and microbes. Bamboo fibres are also long and round with no spikey ends which further reduces skin irritation and offering protection while your babies’ immune system develops and grows. Antimicrobial properties of bamboo make fabrics made from it naturally odour resistant.

Moisture Wicking and Breathable

The structural make-up of bamboo fibres allows fabrics made from it to be up to 40% more moisture absorbing than nearly all other fabrics. Being breathable, bamboo fabrics absorb and wick moisture away from babies’ bodies allowing evaporation and faster drying clothing.

UV Protection

Bamboo has proven to possess natural sun protecting properties. Although scientifically proven to cut 90% of harmful UV rays, you should always use sunscreen and other forms of conventional UV protection.


The dyes used in the production of our fabrics are OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified meaning that no harmful chemicals or dyes are used, reducing irritation, allergies or skin sensitivity.

For the Environment

Grown Organically

Most bamboo trees are farmed organically without the use of pesticides and chemicals. It also requires a lot less water to grow.


Use of bamboo in fabric manufacturing does not result in deforestation! Bamboo is fast growing tropical grass that when cut, it can grow back at an incredible rate of about 90cm (2.95ft) per day! Bamboo also grows without wasting other natural resources such as water. In a one-year life cycle, bamboo can also grow 4 to 6 shoots a year giving life to new trees.


CO2 Eater O2 Breather

Bamboo, being the fastest growing plant on our planet, absorbs a huge amount of CO2 through the process of photosynthesis. In one year, one mature bamboo tree can sequester 450kg of CO2. During that same period, the same bamboo tree releases up to 320Kg of oxygen –a massive 30% more than most other plants and half the amount a human breathes in one year.

Lower Water Consumption

Bamboo has the ability to store and grow on tropical rainwater meaning it requires a lot less artificial and man-made irrigation. In fact, bamboo uses only 1/3 of water required for growing cotton.

Soil Health

Bamboo also protects against soil degradation as it uses less water and little or no pesticides or chemical are needed for it to grow. The growing lifecycle of bamboo further improves the soil quality by improving the soil’s PH balance and even decreasing soil density.

Production Process

To produce the pulp required to make bamboo and yarn two solvents (Sodium Hydroxide and Carbon disulphide) are used – the same solvents used to make paper. To ensure these solvents do not damage the environment, a ‘Closed-Loop’ process is used where all wastewater and solvents used are reused and recycled and do not enter the environment.