If a baby could talk they’d ask for organic cotton. Organic cotton doesn’t use pesticides or insecticides and uses environmentally friendly methods of production that avoid bleaches and metallic dyes. These can cause skin rashes and allergic reactions in babies. In other words, it is far safer for babies to be exposed to organic cotton as their skin comes in close contact to what they’re wearing.
It was when Nadia gave birth to her daughter that she realised the gap in the market for fresh and original clothing. Using her skills as an artist qualified in Print and Textiles from (NCAD) National College of Art and Design and working on her father in law’s printer she began to produce baby clothing. It was from her desire to create clothing from the softest of cotton that led Nadia to source premium organic cotton for her business. This was how she learned first- hand of the importance of ethically made fair trade clothing made from certified organic cotton. She became aware of the health effects on farmers who don’t grow organic cotton. Exposure to toxic chemicals can cause lymphoma.
Nadia’s outfits are handprinted in Ireland and have fun and quirky designs. This super soft range of clothing for babies are made with eco friendly inks. Check out Nadia's latest collection- Bamboo Forest. The clothes can be washed over and over and eventually become family heirlooms passed onto other new members. Nadia’s products are sold in stores throughout Ireland, in countries abroad, and online where there is 15% off your first order. When we buy organic clothing, we are fostering organic farming. Consumers can invest in the health of the current generation and generations to come.
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