We believe in giving fair opportunity for parents to dress our baby and children with a quality and affordable organic, eco-friendly or bio-degrabable fabric materials that are safe and comfortable.
Our fabric consist of organic cotton with GOTS certificate, bamboo cotton and lyocell (TENCEL®) which is smooth natural fibers made out of sustainable fibers from Eucalyptus Trees.
Our fabrics are suitable for sensitive skin, irritation free, breathable, anti-microbial, and anti-fungal.

Organic Cotton

Organic Cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility and build biologically diverse agriculture. Third-party certification organizations verify that organic producers use only methods and materials allowed in organic production. Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.

Why Organic Clothing is Good ?
Safe for baby’s delicate and sensitive skin

Baby is born with delicate and sensitive skin that susceptible to irritation. Their skin is actually thinner and more porous that ours. This means not only can rough fabric cause discomfort and rashes, but any chemicals in or on baby’s clothing can be easily absorbed into the body. Baby’s skin produce less protective oils, so harsh chemical can dry out their fragile skin. Organic Clothing is an excellent option as it gives the comfort of ultra-soft cotton without chemical harmful.

Safe for baby with allergy

Its is very common for babies to develop allergies to chemical. For this reason most parents will switch to green product and use safe natural soap, shampoo, lotion and detergents. Organic clothing is worth considered, cause our baby  cloth is in contact with his skin all day much more that any cleanser.  It is important to preempt any allergens that may introduce.

More durable

Many people think that treated natural fabric would deteriorate quickly, but actually it's the opposite. Cotton fiber that undergo many chemical process required by standard manufacturing (bleaches, dyes, formaldehyde and many more) begin to break down. These fabrics start to deteriorate in as few as ten washes. Organic cotton on the other hand will last ten times longer.

Bamboo Cotton

Bamboo grows incredibly quickly, both the natural and the industrial culture of this plant is achieved without the use of any pesticides or fertilizers. Growing at a rate of up to a foot a day, bamboo reaches its maximum height in about 3 months and reaches maturity in 3-7 years. Its stunning, low maintenance, growth rate coupled with its myriad uses in every element of human existence makes it arguably the most sustainable resource on earth. Bamboo fabrics are naturally smooth, soft, and feel like silk on the skin. 

Why Bamboo Clothing is good?

Hypoallergenic, Super Soft and Very Comfortable

Bamboo clothing is extremely soft with natural finish and comfortable look. This is because bamboo fiber is naturally smooth compare to other fibers. It can be worn next to skin without any worry especially for baby and children with skin sensitive or allergy.

Anti-bacteria, Anti-fungal and Odorless

Bamboo fabric has amazing anti-microbial properties, which do not diminish after number of fabric washing. It naturally resists molds and fungus and helps to kill bacteria on the skin.

Absorb Moistures and Breathable

Bamboo is excellent in absorbing water. Bamboo fabric easily and naturally absorbs water up to three times its own weight. Bamboo fiber is breathable has an insulating effect. Bamboo clothing will keep body cool and dry in summer, warm and dry in winter. It can be worn all year round comfortably and very ideal for those who live in a humid environment. 

Eco-friendly and Sustainable

Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants on earth. It is easy to grow and do not need pesticides and fertilizers as it flourish naturally. Planting bamboo improves soil and air quality. It is 100% biodegradable and safe for environment. 


Tencel® (generic name lyocell)

Is a sustainable fabric, regenerated from wood cellulose. It is similar in hand to rayon and bamboo, both regenerated fabrics.

Why Tencel Clothing is Good?

Tencel is grown sustainably
But, unlike rayon and bamboo, Tencel’s supply chain is transparent. It is obtained from eucalyptus trees that are grown on farms—no old growth forests, genetic manipulation, irrigation, nor pesticides are used. These forests and the pulp produced for Tencel have earned Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification that the products come from socially and environmentally responsible forests. The European Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification has also endorsed Tencel's farming practices as sustainable.

Tencel eliminates the negative environmental impacts of traditionally made rayon
Tencel has some distinct advantages over traditional rayon. Rayon manufacturing generates highly polluting air and water emissions and uses catalytic agents containing cobalt or manganese. Processing rayon causes a strong, unpleasant odor.

Tencel fabric processing is environmentally friendly
The cellulose or ground pulp used for Tencel is treated in what is known as a closed loop process in which non-toxic organic solvents are recycled with a recovery rate of 99.5% and bleach is not required. The tiny amount of remaining emissions is decomposed in biological purification plants. The fabric manufacturing process was awarded the “European Award for the Environment” by the European Union.
TENCEL® fabric carries the Oeko Tex 100 certification, an international standard developed in 1992 to certify that it contains no harmful substances. Tencel also has been awarded the European Community Eco-label flower for products and services with reduced environmental impacts.

Tencel clothing is comfortable
Tencel fibers are spun into yarns and then woven into textiles that are soft, absorbent, very strong when wet or dry, resistant to wrinkles and drape well. Tencel lends these qualities to the fabrics with which it is blended. It is often blended with natural fabrics such as hemp, cotton and wool.