OEKO-TEX GOTS certified | Quality and Comfort | Organic and Natural | Toxin-free material

  • Leo

    They are very pretty as is. Smooth and soft cotton blankets. In the photo

  • @Jessica_L

    They are practical to put on and take off, thanks to the closure system with
    front zipper. Very comfortable for these first months of life.

  • Maria

    I liked the set, it is a gift. They made the gift package on my request.

  • Lucy

    Excellent fabric, very soft cotton, the bodysuits fit the body, it is well closed around the neck. I loved them

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  • Organic Cotton -GOTS Certified

    GOTS certified organic cotton clothing is ideal for babies because it is soft and free of harmful chemicals, protecting sensitive skin from irritations and allergies. Furthermore, organic farming conserves biodiversity and promotes healthier soils, ensuring a better environmental future for our children. An uncommon benefit is that these garments tend to be more durable, reducing the need for frequent replacements and encouraging more sustainable consumption.

  • Standard 100 OEKO-TEX certified

    Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX certified baby clothing ensures that each component has been tested against harmful substances, ensuring maximum safety for baby's sensitive skin. Additionally, this certification promotes transparency and traceability in the supply chain, meaning parents can trust that they are purchasing high-quality, ethical products. It also helps minimize environmental impact by promoting cleaner and more sustainable production processes.

  • Conscious and Sustainable Fashion

    Sustainable baby clothing, made with certified materials such as organic cotton (GOTS), organic cotton muslin, bamboo, linen and merino wool, is ideal because it protects babies' sensitive skin by being free of harmful chemicals. In addition, it contributes to environmental conservation by reducing the use of pesticides and promoting responsible agricultural practices. An uncommon benefit is that these materials are typically more durable and resilient, decreasing the need for frequent replacements and encouraging more conscious consumption. Lastly, opting for sustainable clothing supports producers who are committed to fair and ethical working conditions.