Bare and Boho, established in 2017, has a dedicated vision to pave a sustainable path, particularly in the realm of baby products. Stemming from founder Jordan’s personal journey for waste-free solutions, the brand masterfully combines minimalistic aesthetics with high-quality organic fabrics. Their eco-friendly range isn’t just about beauty; it prioritizes function, often bearing designs infused with nature, and adorned with art from Australian talents.
What makes Bare and Boho stand out?
- A staunch commitment to an eco-friendly approach, producing reusable nappies as a heartfelt alternative to disposables.
- Distinctive designs from collaborations with local Australian artists.
- Continuous innovation in sustainable production technologies, combined with a strong ethical backbone.
- Their engagement with global initiatives, like the United Nations 2021 Life Cycle Assessment, showcases their commitment to environmental diligence.
Further enriching their green commitment, their products boast recycled fibres from post-consumer waste and sustainable natural fibres like hemp, blended smartly with OEKO-TEX® certified cotton. Beyond the product, they wrap up sustainability with compostable packaging, ensuring even their satchels leave a minimal carbon footprint.
While they’ve also made headway in partnerships with names like Aldi Australia, Woolworths, and the Iconic, what truly accentuates their commitment are the meticulous details: biodegradable tape, FSC certified recyclable cardboard boxes, and vegetable ink usage.
Bare and Boho is more than just a brand; it’s a movement towards a sustainable future for the next generation. They’re not just offering baby products but also a vision of a greener planet. As they continue to evolve, the brand’s focus remains: sustainability, quality, and community.