As a manufacturer of organic textiles, we pay special attention to the quality of raw materials. Our materials are certified with the OEKO TEX STANDARD 100, product class 1 (baby and toddler), and about 80% of our articles are GOTS certified. We guarantee compliance with the strictest guidelines for the growing and processing of natural textiles and eco-social standards.


Due to its high resistance and tear strength, cotton is the natural fiber that we use most frequently. It is easy to care for, kind to the skin and can absorb a lot of moisture. Cotton may be washed and ironed at high temperatures, which is why cotton is particularly hygienic.

We process certified organic cotton. This means it’s free from chemical fertilizers, defoliants and synthetic pesticides. This reduces the allergy potential and makes our products incredibly gentle on the skin of the little ones.

Wool (Sheep-, Merino wool)

Wool and merino wool’s high quality makes it feel soft and fluffy. The fiber and the natural crimp make wool an ideal thermoregulator: warming in winter and cooling in summer. Dirt and odour repellent due to its natural lanolin content (wool wax) also has a slightly antibacterial and self-cleaning effect.

Our organic wool comes from a species-appropriate, natural and respectful animal husbandry. This also makes it mulesing-free.


The animal protein fiber of the silkworm is the lightest and finest natural material we use. Silk is enormously tear-resistant and has high elasticity. It can absorb a lot of moisture without feeling wet. Due to its thermoregulating properties, it warms, cools and soothes the skin. Bourette silk made from the remaining silk cocoon contains antimicrobial substances that have an anti-inflammatory effect on our skin.

Since silk extraction is entirely without insecticides and pesticides, silk is residue-free.

Synthetic fibers

Some of our textiles contain synthetic fibers such as polyester, spandex, synthetic resin polyurethane or plasticizer-free polypropylene. This mainly increases elasticity and durability, ensuring a long life for heavily used items such as our cloth nappies.
The proportions of the materials used are listed in our article descriptions.


We try to avoid additional packaging material whenever possible. Nevertheless, it is sometimes necessary to protect the textiles in transit to make the (often Europe-wide) journey safely. Most of our paper and cardboard packaging is made of recycled materials. Cloth nappy sets are delivered in a practical cloth bag. Our GOTS certified items are currently packed in plastic bags to protect them against contamination during transport. These are naturally free of harmful plasticizers.
We attach great importance to sustainable and resource-saving materials, and we are constantly optimizing the quality of the packaging within the framework of ecological requirements.

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