Clothes made from organic cotton contain no chemicals or pesticides and won't trigger allergic reactions in your baby's sensitive skin (Babies' immature immune systems and rapidly developing bodies make them especially susceptible to chemical residues). The factory which manufactures our clothes works exclusively with organic cotton.

Organic cotton clothes smell cleaner and feel softer than conventional cotton clothes. You can really notice the difference! Organic cotton is safer for your baby, the farmers, and the environment!

By buying organic cotton clothes and helping the organic cotton market to grow, you are voting with your money to encourage a cleaner, safer way to make clothes.


From the cotton growth to the manufacture of our clothes the whole production chain is certified GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)

  • All our products are tested for banned chemicals such as formaldehyde, pesticides, nickel, and heavy metals. Dyes are environmentally friendly without heavy metals and prints are azo free.
  • Sustainable farming practices used in growing organic cotton don't pollute the water, soil or air and actually improve the quality of the soil.
  • Growing 1kg of non-
    organic cotton requires the use of 75gr of chemical pesticides and 2kg of toxic fertilizers. Conventional cotton clothes contain these chemical residues, even after the
    clothes are washed
  • Recycling :
    The scraps of material generated during production are all recycled. The wastes from serigraphies are recycled on the spot in the factory: a small amount of solid waste is generated and the water used during the process is used
    to water plants.


Our cotton is grown in the district of Dhar, in the Northern state of Madhya Pradesh (India).
It is grown by 400 farmers mostly of aborigine origin, each owning on average less than 15 acres of land, grouped into a cooperative. The cooperative buys the cotton at a price 80% higher than conventional cotton. It provides technical support to organic farmers as well as an assistance to any member of the local farming community seeking to change their way of farming from traditional to organic.

Finally, the cooperative is an essential source of information on organic farming, and plays a key role in the fight against GMO cotton.