~ This sustainable brand is set out to produce high-quality kidswear, which is safe and 100% certified organic~
Keebee Organics is a sustainable, ethical, and organic clothing brand for children of ages 0–10 years. They create products keeping in mind the comfort of kids, along with the ease of dressing for the parents.
It offers 100% organic clothing certified by GOTS(Global Organic Textile Standard) that confirms the organic status of the raw material and guarantees a socially and environmentally responsible manufacturing process.
Synthetic fabrics are known to have health concerns, hence Keebee only uses certified organic fabrics and dyes that are safe on the sensitive skin of children. Devoid of harmful chemicals, their products are hypoallergenic and safe for both, your child and the environment.
Keebee’s premium organic collection includes basics and ethnic wear for boys and girls in soft, breathable cotton. The basics range from onesies, jablas, dresses, swaddles, towels, to undergarments, whereas ethnic wear includes kurta sets for boys and lehenga sets for girls.
Commenting on the importance of sustainable clothing, Vandana Kalagara, the founder of Keebee Organics, said, “Customer behaviour needs to be changed for a sustainable future. Through KeeBee organics, we aim to provide customers with options to help them ease into sustainable practices. Our 100% organic clothing supports fairer and safer working conditions; saves natural resources and reduces the carbon footprint on the earth. Customers should also be aware of the product they are buying and thus, we provide complete transparency in our production process. This is a small effort undertaken by us to promote minimalism”.
Keebee organics was born out of necessity for more sustainable and safe clothing brands for kids. They intend to make organic clothing easily accessible and more affordable for an average consumer.
You can get your hands on these organic, healthy, super cute kids on their website and on other e-commerce websites including Firstcry, Myntra, LittleMuffet, Amazon, and more.
(This article was originally published in Passionate in Marketing)