When your kids don’t sleep, you don’t sleep. Healthy rest for the entire family is essential for a healthy and happy home. So if your midnight hours feel more like the night of the living dead, take comfort in knowing there are solutions out there.
Biodynamic farming is what makes Under the Nile products different from any other organic cotton baby brand.
People often associate the word “organic” with being pure. That is true.
But what if I told you that there is a type of organic farming that is superior?
Organic in its purest form is called “Biodynamic” farming.
This is a type of farming that incorporates a holistic, ecological, and ethical approach to farming. It is a farm that brings humans, animals, soil, and plants together in harmony to sustain the health of the farm and create balance.
This is how that Under the Nile farms our cotton. Biodynamically.
Our mission is to create products that not only make a difference in our communities but are created sustainably. This means wastefulness is simply not in our nature. Which is why, we've taken our zero waste initiatives one step further - turning leftover scraps from our production into some of your favorite organic baby and home products.
In the end, parents have the final say as to what kind of pajama’s their children wear - chemical laced or chemical free.
Make informed decisions by doing your research!
Parents are always asking us about a laundry detergent for their baby, but they should really be looking into a detergent for the entire family. Laundry detergents leave a residue on clothing, so when you’re holding your baby next to you, your baby can absorb the chemical residue, potentially causing ill effects like skin rashes and eye irritation.
Here are a few tips when choosing a natural laundry detergent...
Being one of the first companies here in the U.S. to sell organic baby clothing (before it became widely known) we’ve seen it all. People often throw around the words “green” and “organic” so much without backing it up, that there’s a term for it—greenwashing.
So when we first heard that bamboo fabric was making its way into the conversation regarding the best eco friendly textiles with its luxurious softness, we approached the subject with a healthy amount of skepticism.
We’ve heard a lot of great things about bamboo - but we wanted to do our homework first, and here’s the run-down of what we found.