At Bebekish, we believe that your baby deserves the very best, which is why we offer a collection of organic and bamboo baby clothes that combine comfort, style, and sustainability.

Becoming more sustainable involves adopting practices and making choices that have a positive impact on the environment and promote long-term ecological balance. Here are some ways you can become more sustainable:

  1. Reduce, reuse, and recycle: Practice the 3 R's of sustainability. Reduce your consumption by buying only what you need, reuse items whenever possible, and prioritise recycling to minimize waste. Bebekish products are packed in a cotton reusable bag that can be washed and used for years to put your baby's clothes, nappies and creams. 

  2. Conserve energy: Reduce your energy consumption by using energy-efficient appliances and LED light bulbs, turning off lights when not in use, and using natural lighting and ventilation whenever possible. Unplug electronics when not in use to avoid phantom power consumption. 

  3. Save water: Conserve water by fixing leaks, taking shorter showers, using low-flow fixtures, and watering plants efficiently. Collect rainwater for gardening purposes. This is one of the main reason that we use Organic Cotton as a material. Because organic cotton requires less water when producing our beautiful baby clothes. 

  4. Choose sustainable transportation: Opt for public transportation, carpooling, cycling, or walking whenever feasible. If you need a vehicle, consider electric or hybrid models. 

  5. Support local and sustainable products: Purchase locally sourced and sustainably produced goods and services. This reduces the carbon footprint associated with transportation and supports local economies. Our carbonfootprint is fairly low. All of our products are manufactured in Turkey and shipped to the UK. 

  6. Eat sustainably: Incorporate more plant-based meals into your diet and choose organic and locally sourced food whenever possible. Reduce food waste by planning meals, composting organic waste, and using leftovers creatively.

  7. Minimize single-use items: Reduce your reliance on single-use plastics and disposable products. Opt for reusable alternatives such as water bottles, shopping bags, coffee cups, and utensils.

  8. Embrace renewable energy: Invest in renewable energy sources like solar panels or support renewable energy initiatives in your area.

  9. Educate and advocate: Raise awareness about sustainability by sharing information with others, supporting environmental organisations, and advocating for sustainable practices at home, work, and in your community.

  10. Practice mindful consumption: Consider the environmental impact of your purchases. Prioritise quality over quantity, choose products with minimal packaging, and support companies with strong sustainability practices.

Remember, sustainability is a journey, and even small changes can make a difference. Start with manageable steps and gradually incorporate more sustainable practices into your lifestyle. Every effort counts towards building a more sustainable future for generations to come.