There are so many reasons why we love bamboo and why the rest of the world is also moving towards using this material in their everyday life. We want to share our love of bamboo with you and help you and your family have the best in life, just as nature intended.

Strength and durability

Bamboo is more resistant and durable than traditional hardwoods and is 2-4 times stronger. This means we can create products that are built to last and give your child the safety and protection they deserve.

Organic - No fertilizers or pesticides

Bamboo thrives with only a small amount of water that it receives from natural rainfall. It needs no nasty chemicals to grow to its full potential, making it an excellent organic choice for your family.

So incredibly soft

Fabrics made from bamboo fibers are incredibly soft and have a luxurious silk-like feel, perfect for your baby's sensitive skin. Bamboo fibers are much finer than regular cotton and can therefore produce much softer fabrics.

Bamboo breathes

Bamboo fabrics are made from natural organic bamboo viscose, making them breathable and safe for your baby. Many fully synthetic fabrics, such as polyester and acrylic, do not breathe. Materials made from bamboo offer a natural, organic and safe alternative for your child.

Clean indoor air

As bamboo does not require any pesticides or fertilizers to grow, our producers can provide organic products grown naturally in the EU. Our products are organic and help reduce the release of harmful chemicals into the air, keeping the air as fresh as possible. So that you and your child can breathe easily.

Temperature control

Bamboo helps control your child's temperature, keeping them cool when it's hot and warm when it's cold. Our range of organic bamboo blankets and clothing are perfect for both warmer and colder climates, so they can be used all year round.

Humidity control

Bamboo fabric is 60% more absorbent than even the finest organic cotton. Which makes it perfect in blankets, bedding, bath capes and bath ponchos. It also absorbs unpleasant odors.

Allergy friendly

Mites do not thrive in bamboo. Fabrics made from bamboo do not cause allergic reactions on the baby's skin as it grows naturally. Therefore, it can be used for infants from birth.

Truly sustainable alternative

Bamboo is a grass and harvesting does not kill the plant but promotes regrowth. Unlike hardwoods, growth of bamboo returns from the same shoot; this means that no replanting is needed and deforestation is avoided. It grows very fast, much faster than hardwoods and can be harvested within 1 - 5 years, depending on the species.

Oxygen release

Bamboo releases 35% more oxygen into the air than the corresponding hardwood. It also absorbs large volumes of carbon dioxide. This makes the growth of bamboo good for the environment and helps put more oxygen back into the air we breathe.

Soil conservation

Bamboo reduces soil erosion when the roots remain in place after harvest, where they retain nutrients for the next crop. This is an important part of preserving ecosystems and helping our crops thrive.

100% biodegradable

Bamboo is 100% recyclable with virtually every part of the plant having a functional use, from food supply to scaffolding; this makes it a very efficient and economical material and good for the environment.

We consider the pandas

There are almost 1200 species of bamboo and the pandas only eat 25 different species. The bamboo material used by our producers comes from a type of bamboo that is not edible for the pandas.

Susann Ottesen