Created with You & the Planet in Mind
From our fibers to our packaging, we source materials that will do the least harm to the planet. All either compostable, recycled, or recyclable. Always plant-based.
Our fabrics are dyed using plant-based natural dyes. Explore the ingredients used to make each of our classic colors below.
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Madder Root, Turmeric, Pomegranate Skins, Aluminum (mordant as fixative), Water
Madder root (Mangnius Cornilluis)
Typically found in the south of India. Madder root yields various shades of red.
Turmeric (Curcuma longa)
If you have ever touched turmeric, you probably realized it can stain anything. Turmeric yields a bright yellow color.
Pomegranate (Punica Granate)
Pomegranate skins, which would otherwise be waste, are dried in the sun and turned into dye powder.
Gall Nut, Aluminum (mordant as fixative), Water
Gall Nut (Quercus Infectoria)
Galls form on Oak trees, and have been used traditionally in Asia for their medicinal properties. Gall Nuts can yield beiges, purples, or greys.
Indigo, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Hydrosulphite, Water
Indigo (Indigofera tinctoria)
Indigo has been used as a dye for thousands of years. Indigo uses a different dye process than most natural dyes called VAT dyeing. Due to the natural oxidation reaction that takes place, no mordants are required to make the color stick.