Why Organic

At C+C we are dedicated to the health of our children and the planet we all share.

  That is why we use only GOTS certified organic cotton, ensuring that our products meet high standards for sustainability and ethical labor practices. 

Best for Baby

Organic cotton is the safest choice for your baby’s soft and sensitive skin.  Organic cotton is grown naturally, free from toxic pesticides and harmful chemicals.  The low impact dyes used on GOTS products will not find their way into your baby’s skin like many of the components of traditional garment dying. So you can rest assured you are getting the most pure product for your baby.

Better for the Environment

​Buying organic cotton is a better choice for the environment and for the farmers who grow and harvest the crops.  Organic cotton is grown naturally, free from toxic pesticides and harmful chemicals.  These safer farming methods help protect the health of the farmers and people in the community where the crop is grown as well as to preserve the soil for long term fertility.   

Additionally, the low impact dyes used on GOTS products do not poison the workers and waterways where the garment is produced, and will not find their way into your baby’s skin like many of the components of traditional garment dying. 

Why Certify?

The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the world’s leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibers.

​It demands keeping to strict environmental criteria along the textile supply chain, from the farming methods used to grow the crop to the dyes and zippers used on the final product.  Additionally, when a factory is GOTS certified, they must comply with strict social criteria, including safe working conditions and working hours that are not excessive.

The GOTS logo on a product ensures that it is of the highest quality, and was produced using ethical and sustainable methods.   

The Facts

- An estimated 25 million people worldwide are poisoned by pesticides every year

- 25% of the pesticides and fertilizers used in the world are sprayed in conventional cotton crops even though these crops occupy just 3% of the world's farmland.

-Known carcinogens such as AZO dyes, formaldehyde and chemical flame retardants can be found on non-organic clothing, posing risks ranging from allergic contact dermatitis, to rare cancers and fertility problems.

-Eight of the top 10 pesticides most commonly used on U.S. conventionally produced cotton were classified as moderately to highly hazardous by the World Health Organization.