Choosing the right nappies for your little one is important. Babies are so delicate and prone to rashes and often times it’s due to the chemical ingredients of cheap nappies. The nappy range from Eco by Naty has been designed to not only work without the toxic chemicals, but also lower your carbon footprint in the process.
Eco by Naty
The Eco by Naty range is based in cornstarch plastics as opposed to oil based plastics to lower the nappies impact on contribution to conventional plastic production. Naty are working hard to make these nappies as biodegradable as they can be. They’re currently 60% biodegradable, but with every new iteration of their nappies, Naty gets closer and closer to reaching that all-important 100% biodegradability goal.
Eco by Naty are working hard to cement their place as the best option for sustainable nappies. They’re dedicated to keeping the nastier ingredients out of nappies so they can return to the Earth in an environmentally-friendly manner; and these nappies are no exception.
Putting environmental impact to one side, many popular brand-name nappies contain chemical ingredients that can cause irritation. Dyes and fragrances are often the culprits; triggering allergic reactions and nappy rash. Naty’s nappies come completely free from fragrances and dyes and well as many other potentially harmful ingredients to keep baby happy and comfortable.
When other nappies would use chlorine, the Eco by Naty range uses oxygen-based molecules to further reduce the risk of rash. There’s no latex either, so there won’t be any allergic reactions based on latex proteins.
Eco by Naty nappies are free from oil-based plastics and other harmful chemical ingredients such as latex, chlorine, tributyltin and artificial fragrances; combining baby’s comfort with sensible, eco-friendly production. And, of course, Naty are categorically against the testing of products on animals; keeping all of their nappies – Eco included – cruelty-free and suitable for vegans.
Five years have passed since the Rana Plaza disaster, which killed 1,138 people and injured 2,500 more. The Rana Plaza building was a five story building housing garment factories for big global brands, and the victims were mostly young women. Continue reading It’s Time for a Fashion Revolution
The new year is a time for new beginnings, a great time to start fresh. Over Christmas we all indulge – sometimes we overindulge – but as soon as January comes around it’s time to reset. Personally I have the same goals every new year – to eat healthier and exercise more, and they are the same goals because I’m terrible at sticking to them.
Continue reading Here’s to a Happy and Healthy New Year
Natural Collection doesn’t just make sure to stock ethically-minded products; we strive to stock a varied selection of ethically-minded products to help give people more options.This thinking carries over to the Christmas season, where we’re prepared with a wealth of goodies that would make fine additions under any Christmas tree. For men, we have plenty of gifts for him, including stylish clothes, delicious spices, cool accessories and more beard oils than you can shake a razor at. Continue reading Ethical Christmas shopping guide – Great gifts for him
Here at Natural Collection we’re all about the holiday season. We also sympathise with those among you who are absolutely useless at Christmas shopping – me being one of them. Personally, I’ll just ask for links to things people want and that’s that, but really, there’s nothing surprising about being bought something you specifically asked for.
Thoughtful gifts are the best ones, and luckily we’re stocked up to the gills with thoughtful, ethical gifts for her that’ll help spread the cheer on Christmas morning. Here’s a breakdown of just some of the items that would make a great pressie for that special girl (be it your friend, girlfriend or even your mum). Continue reading Ethical Christmas shopping guide – Great gifts for her
Last week you may have seen our blog post featuring some of our favourite winter fashion pieces for women (if not you can take a look here!) This week we want to focus on our men’s fashion range because we think we have a really great selection this year, perfect for any ethical winter wardrobe.
You can take a look at all of our men’s clothing here, but for now take a look at some key pieces from Patagonia and Thought below.
Patagonia Dark Ash Isthmus Jacket – £169.95
Patagonia Carbon Green Better Sweater – £79.95
Patagonia Mojave Khaki Migration Plaid Fjord Flannel Shirt – £74.95
Patagonia Glass Blue ‘Can’t Eat Money’ Responsibili-Tee – £29.95
Patagonia Dark Ruby Live Simply Responsibili-Tee – £29.95
Patagonia Gravel Heath Eat Local Upstream Cotton T-Shirt – £29.95
Thought Devan Shirt – £49.90 (available in Rust & Sky Blue)
Thought Sky Blue Louis Grandpa Shirt – £49.90
Thought Domon Shirt – £49.90
Thought Thistle Shirt – £49.90
Thought Edvard Jumper – £69.90 (available in Rust & Navy)
Thought Ivan Jacket –
Thought Karl Stripe Tee – £49.90
Thought Charcoal Marcus Jeans – £59.90
Have you had the chance to browse our gorgeous winter fashion pieces yet? If not then surely you’ll have seen our collections in our new Christmas catalogue! No? Well here are some of our favourite pieces from the range (let’s be honest, the whole range is full of our favourite items, but here’s a select few.)
Whether you need a new winter coat, a Christmas party dress or some luxuriously cosy pyjamas, you’ll find what you need in our Women’s Fashion section.
Knitted Poncho – Moss – £62.95
Fitted Velvet Teardrop Coat – Pewter – £199.95
Organic Cotton Long Sleeve Top – Moss – £34.95
Popper Front Cord Pinafore – Pewter – £54.95
Embroidered Velvet Coat – Petrol – £249.95
Jeanette Top – Kingfisher – £49.90
Clement Slacks – £49.90
Hepworth Dress – £59.90
Matisse Dress – £69.90
People Tree Nightwear – £19.95 – £47.95
You may have noticed a nice shiny new DPD Pickup option available if you have been shopping recently. Making ordering as easy and as smooth as possible for you is one of our top priorities, we want you to get all your beautiful fashion, homewares and groceries with the least amount of hassle. Continue reading Have your order sent to a local DPD Pickup Shop
Carrying on with our ‘Our Fashion’ series of blog posts, today I’m going to talk about Hemp. The word ‘hemp’ conjures up images of so called ‘hippies’ from the 60s and 70s, wearing mis-matched clothing, not focussing on the fashion aspect of clothing and rather the practical, earth-friendly elements. Of course there is absolutely nothing wrong with this outlook, but there are those of us who do care deeply about how stylish our clothes are as well as how environmentally friendly they are. Continue reading Our Fabrics – Hemp
I know so many people who have said they could never be vegan because they’d miss cheese too much. It’s understandable really because cheese is amazing. Thankfully the vegan cheese market is growing – we’ve even started selling it. Today I’d like to introduce our only vegan cheese brand – Tyne Chease.
Continue reading Introducing Tyne Chease