Better For Your Baby

Softer, Breathable, and More Durable 

Organic cotton has long fibres making it softer than non-organic cotton and most other fabrics. These fibres allow fabrics made from organic cotton to be breathable, providing ventilation for your baby’s body while wicking away the moisture that allows bacteria to multiply. Pesticides and chemicals break-down cotton and other fibres and their absence makes garments made from organic cotton more durable and long lasting.   


Babies’ skin is thinner and more permeable than adults. Their skin is more vulnerable and less capable of breaking down toxic chemicals that they absorb through their clothing and the environment. That’s why the fabric you put on your baby’s skin is important. Organic cotton is free from harmful chemicals and pesticides and is naturally anti-bacterial and anti-fungal, reducing the risk of babies developing eczema, allergies or skin sensitivities.


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.

Better For The Environment

Less Greenhouses Gases

Organic cotton is grown using traditional methods of farming where only natural fertilizers are used. The absence of harmful chemicals reduces soil erosion thereby using less water and energy while releasing fewer greenhouse gases.

Less Water Usage

Organic cotton is less thirsty than regular cotton using as much as 91% less water. Putting that into context, one study shows that non-organic cotton accounts for 69% of all the water used by the entire textile industry when it accounts only for 21% of all the clothes we wear globally! It is shocking to know that it takes anywhere between 10,000-20,000 litres of water to produce one kilogram of cotton, and the non-organic cotton shirt you are wearing takes approximately 2,700 litres of water to make.