BAMBOO – a smart choice for your baby’s clothing


Eco Friendly

Bamboo is one of the fastest grown plants. It can grow up to a metre per day. Because bamboo grows so fast it be harvested more frequently and does not take up as much ground space as other harvested plants. Once the plant has been harvested it can regrow again so this helps with the environment as it does not use fertilizers and does not tear up surrounding vegetation.

Comfortable and breathable

Bamboo has many great benefits that are just perfect for your little ones skin.
Not only is bamboo fabric incredibly soft which helps keep your little one very comfortable, it is also a great breathable fabric. It helps to absorb and evaporate perspiration faster than any other fabric, which is also helpful with preventing odours. The bamboo fabric is also very durable.

Antibacterial

Not only does bamboo has natural antibacterial properties, it is also anti fungal and anti-static.
So with the antibacterial properties it naturally stops the bacteria from spreading. It has also been tested that after fifty washes the bamboo fabric still contained the antibacterial properties.

Hypoallergenic

Due to the natural fibre properties, bamboo is non-irritating to the skin. It helps to ease the irritations for anyone that has sensitive skin or dermatitis. Bamboo is also UV protective, cutting out up to 98% of UV rays.

Panda Friendly

With so many species of bamboo tree, over 1000 species, Panda’s only eat about 20 of the species. So no food source is being taken away from these beautiful animals.

Organic Cotton

The production of Organic fabric is all natural. No artificial pesticides or fertilisers have been used on the seeds or soils. No toxic chemical also are not used in the harvesting production.
Organic fabric is great for sensitive skin and helps ease skin irritations as there are no harsh chemicals on the fabric. The fabric is softer and is more absorbent due to the natural fibres. It is also great for the environment as it helps stop the damage to any future crops and soil.