Organic baby clothes vs sustainable.

Organic and sustainable are not the same. Organic means that the materials used to create the clothes were grown without using any harsh chemicals. Until then, organic clothes sound OK. The problem is that still, organic cotton requires water and uses resources that affect the environment and pollutes it. 

Sustainable, on the other hand, means that the fabrics used to make the clothes didn't have a negative impact or harm the environment—no damage to the planet, low or no water consumption. 

Here at Kiboro, when we talk about sustainability, we mean that the fabrics we use are either upcycled ( a new fabric made out of old resources), vintage materials, or deadstock fabrics that otherwise would have ended up in landfills. 

Taking this route has allowed us to save tons of material from ending up in landfills or polluting the oceans. 

Second chances do exist to give the planet a chance.

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