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5 locally grown ethical baby brands you need to know about

July 13th 2020


by Aude Camus 
 
 
Cotton Pigs

5 locally grown ethical baby brands you need to know about
Hong Kong’s first reversible organic clothing line for baby, Cotton Pigs was launched by, cryptorency specialist turned mompreneur, Stephanie when she was looking for ways to travel light with her daughter. It inspired her to create reversible baby wear that would allow her to pack less clothes while still having fun playing with a variety of different prints and designs. With a daughter often prone to eczema, Stephanie also made the fabric choice a priority, choosing a hypoallergenic organic cotton as smooth as possible for babys’ sensitive skin. 
 
How cute is it that the patterns are mostly inspired from Charlotte’s, Stephanie’s daughter, favourite things such as her unicorn soft toys or fruits she like to eat like apple and strawberries?
 
Next up on our shopping list: the Unicorns and Apples reversible romper (HKD 349), a soft and sleeveless reversible romper with cute patterns and shorty legs that will gives the little ones a lot of room to grow into.
 
 
 
Malabar Baby 

5 locally grown ethical baby brands you need to know about
A beautiful luxury lifestyle brand for babies and children, Malabar Baby offers the most exquisite natural and gentle organic bedding with designs inspired by traditional ethnic patterns, gorgeous locales and iconic architecture while on a mission to “promote the production and consumption of textiles from Rajasthan that are both environmentally friendly  and positively impact on poor workers and their communities”. 
 
Next up on our shopping list: a luxurious hand-made, block-printed baby quilt (from HKD 612.27), the softest and coziest thing! Or maybe a matching set of parents and baby loungewear because they are just to die for. 
 
 
 
Pepper & Mint

5 locally grown ethical baby brands you need to know about
Created by a first-time mother who wanted to pass on the joy and delight of receiving beautifully handcrafted gifts for your baby, Pepper & Mint offers a highly desirable selection of ethically made, by home-based crafters, soft sole mini shoes and snuggle blankets. When buying from the brand, not only do you buy an absolutely adorable gift, but you also help and support the family of the crafters who are based in developing countries. Plus, part of the proceeds from sales are donated to the Volunteer for the Visayans, a charity based in Tacloban, Philippines, committed to promote child welfare, education and public health. 
 
Next up on our shopping list: a pair of Kim the Panda Mini Shoes (HKD 218), made with 100% soft cotton lining and with anti-slip soles to keep the tiny toes and chubby ankles warm and stylish. 
 
 
 
Petit Tippi

5 locally grown ethical baby brands you need to know about
Hong Kong’s one stop shop for natural, organic and eco-friendly baby products, Petit Tippi was founded by mompreneur Vicky when she couldn’t find eco-friendly alternative for baby essentials in Hong Kong after becoming a mother. 
 
We absolutely love the perfectly curated selection of premium baby products bringing to town the best products with the minimum possible amount of chemical and pollutants. Petit Tippi truly makes sustainable baby products look cute and sexy.
 
Next up on our shopping list: the adorable washable swim diapers from AppleCheeks (from HKD 160 to HKD 220) to take my little one to the beach or the pool and be confident that it will hold the poop while we are enjoying some quality and fun time together in the water  
 
 
 
The Wee Bean 

5 locally grown ethical baby brands you need to know about
Winner of the Hong Kong Smart Design Award 2020 Green Award for incorporating environmentally sustainable principles in both design and production, The Wee Bean is our go-to online destination for buying organic muslin swaddles, bamboo hooded towels and bandana bibs which are both kind to mother Earth but also kind to your baby. Indeed, did you know that 60% of newborns experience eczema before the age of 1 and that this could be significantly reduce with using hypoallergenic, breathable, chemical-free, organic fabrics? 
 
And we mean, how cute are the Hong Kong street-food inspired prints of their bodysuit, organic bamboo blend swaddles and bandana bibs? I personally own the Dim Sum printed swaddle and can’t even count how many people already asked me where it is from. It is just the cutest thing. 
 
The Wee Bean is also committed to giving back to the community and has recently launch organic cotton kid’s masks for which they will donate one to J Life Foundation to distribute to children from low income families for every mask sold. 
 
Next up on our shopping list: the Bandana Bibs set – Snacks Collection (HKD 169), the cutest set of 4 organic cotton bibs with adorable French fries, cookies, sunny side-up eggs and milk and biscuits prints.


 



 



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