Remedi Label is not built on the ideology of fashion. It is built upon providing solutions to our foundation, the Earth. We believe in sourcing ethical and eco-friendly fabrics crafted to protect the ground in which we walk. It is our promise to employ people justly and rightfully. It is just one ways that we can contribute to the solution of fast fashion trends that are not sustainable and harmful to both the planet and its people. Remedi is the solution to a problem that is not only for us to know about, but for our children to endure if we don’t make earth positive choices.
Why Organic Cotton?
Here at Remedi we use Certified Organic Cotton for all of our garments. This is because it has a notably lower carbon footprint, using less fuel, water and energy to produce. Certified Organic farming is safer for workers on cotton plantations, avoiding exposure to harmful chemicals. Certified Organic Cotton promotes a sustainable supply chain.
Why Calico Bags?
We use calico bags to send our garments in because we know that people love to reuse garment bags over and over again. Calico is a sustainable fabric because unlike disposable plastic bags that end up filling landfills and polluting waterways, calico bags are 100% reusable. They are 100% biodegradable and won't harm the environment.
Why we don't attach swing tags to our items...
Let's put it simply... swing tags are a waste of paper! We're all about being sustainable, so why use extra paper if it's not necessary? We know swing tags end up in the bin, so to save you from putting them in the trash, we just won't attach them to your garments.
Why Sendle Compostable Satchels?
These babies look like plastic and feel a bit like plastic, but they’re made from 100% biodegradable and compostable materials.
Specifically; corn starch, PLA (made from corn) and PBAT (Polybutyrate Adipate Terephthalate).
These clever satchels have passed Australia’s stringent AS5810 certified home compostable requirements, which includes a worm toxicity test, so they’re even worm farm friendly. Once you have finished with the satchel, you can simply take off the label and pop the satchel in with your food scraps. The satchel will biodegrade within 90 days in a regular home composting process.