Sustainably derived, non-toxic, biodegradable, 100% natural and plant-based textile and hardgood dyes

Carbon negative manufacturing process

Can be used in masterbatch for injection molding hard product

Can be applied to any fabric type (natural or synthetic) via standard processes

Natural Dyes Features

Colors pass ZDHC standards for Restricted Substances List

High wash durability

Optimal usage results in minimal residue getting into the effluents

Compatible with existing machineries and synthetic auxiliaries

Problems with Synthetic Dyes

Problems for Humans

Most dyes used today are synthetic dyes

Studies have confirmed associations between exposure to synthetic dyes and a range of diseases

Humans are exposed to the synthetic chemicals of unnatural dyes through the air, skin and water, and even through eating exposed fish and plants

Children are at an increased risk from synthetic dyes

Problems for the Environment

Using unnatural synthetic dyes with fossil fuel origins has a high negative environmental impact

Some synthetic dyes are made of toxic chemicals

The process of manufacturing some synthetic dyes releases carbon dioxide harmful to the environment and contributes to climate change

The dying process discharges many harmful chemicals through the release of polluted water, which results in the death of aquatic life, the ruining of soils and the poisoning of drinking water

Synthetic dyes are NOT biodegradable