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Muslins bundle

NATURALLY SOFT

Organic | Ethical | Stylish

Our super soft extra-large muslins, crafted from sustainable 100% organic cotton, are an absolute must-have for baby. Amazingly versatile, durable and breathable, the large design is perfect for every type of use and our three gorgeously stylish unisex prints make this bundle the ideal gift.

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Better for baby

Our children are exposed to an increasing number of pollutants in many aspects of normal everyday life so choosing organic fibres is another step towards living a natural healthier lifestyle. Baby’s skin is thinner and more fragile than adults. It is also less resistant to bacteria and harmful substances in the environment, especially when irritated, so it is therefore only natural that we want to dress them in fabrics that have not been treated with any chemicals or pesticides.

Better for our world

The farming of organic cotton does not use pesticides and other harmful toxins associated with the production of conventional cotton. Safer methods include crop rotation, physical removal of weeds instead of using herbicides, hand hoeing and using beneficial insects to counteract the bad. As a result, workers have better conditions, water quality is not compromised by run-off, and strong healthy soil is built. The end product is an organic cotton fabric and yarn that is toxic-free.

Beauty without bunnies

Kit & Kin are proud to be a member of PETA. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. By purchasing cruelty-free products you can help save a number of animals from excruciating tests and a lifetime of suffering.

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