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We believe standards are made to be raised. So we skipped the pesticides and petroleum-based fabrics that make up most underwear drawers, and went with a natural-born winner. Our undies are made from clean, cool, certified organic cotton – because it’s easy on the earth, and easy on you.

Ditch Your Toxic Relationships

Most people know about the benefits of choosing organic produce or using organic skincare products, but that is usually where the buck stops.

In fact, your skin is the largest organ for absorption, so what you put on your body is just as important as what you put in it. Organic cotton is free from harmful chemicals at both the agricultural and manufacturing levels – ensuring that toxic chemicals like azo colourants, heavy metals, and carcinogens like formaldehyde are strictly prohibited – because we know that cancer-causing substances have no business up in your business.1

Breathe Easy

Most undies today are made from synthetic materials that don’t breathe and trap moisture – which is basically the perfect storm for irritation and discomfort.

No wonder 60% of women will suffer from a yeast infection or a UTI at least once in their lifetime!2,3 As a natural fiber, organic cotton is the best choice for breathability – plus, it’s super soft to prevent chafing and any discomfort. While most OBGYNs recommend natural fibers for your nethers because they’re better for overall health, we’re going above and beyond with a certified organic fabric to prevent unwanted irritation and promote a healthy vaginal biome.

Rest Assured

Since toxic substances are strictly prohibited in the making of our undies, you can bet that they are better for the people who produce them too.

Our manufacturing process is squeaky clean and certified to a strict code of conduct by not one but two global certifications (GOTS and Oeko-Tex) to ensure absolutely no toxic substances that could be harmful to people’s health are used anywhere in the process. We’re committed to making better products for the earth, for you, and for those who make them.

Certified Organic Cotton
Conventional Cotton
  • Farming

    Non-GMO seeds

    No pesticides allowed

    Natural Fertilizers only [compost, manure]

    GMO Seeds

    More and more pesticides and herbicides are needed as weeds grow resistant

    Uses 2.5% of arable agricultural land globally but consumes 16% of the world’s pesticides

  • Pollution

    Safe for soil, plants, animals and human interaction

    Creates more biodiversity and promotes soil health

    Conserves water and uses rainwater more efficiently

    Pesticides and herbicides pollute soil and eventually wash into local drinking water, affecting local communities

    Chemically Intensive processing

  • Labor

    Fair labor standards with living wages

    Hand-picked, creating more jobs for locals

    Machine-picked, creating a large carbon footprint

    Large prevalence of forced labor

  • Health

    No toxic chemicals that are perceived harmful to human interaction

    Harmful toxic chemicals can leach into skin upon contact

  • Waste

    Safely biodegrades over time for

    regenerative nutrients

    Leaches harmful toxic chemicals into the earth as it biodegrades over time

Non-GMO seeds

No pesticides allowed

Natural Fertilizers only [compost, manure]

GMO Seeds

More and more pesticides and herbicides are needed as weeds grow resistant

Uses 2.5% of arable agricultural land globally but consumes 16% of the world’s pesticides

Knickeys are

Breathable

Evaporates moisture that causes bacteria to multiply

Gentle

Super soft to prevent chafing and discomfort

Wearable

Free from toxins, carcinogens and other harmful chemicals

Footnotes

  1. Global Organic Textile Standard. Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) Version 6.0. 2020, https://global-standard.org/images/resource-library/documents/standard-and-manual/gots_version_6_0_en1.pdf
  2. Bennington-Castro, Joseph. “What Is a Yeast Infection? Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention.” Everyday Health, 3 September 2020, Accessed 14 May 2021, https://www.everydayhealth.com/yeast-infection/guide/
  3. “Is it a yeast infection or a urinary tract infection?” Medical News Today, 9 August 2019, Accessed 14 May 2021, https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326010
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