Meet JOJOE: Feel sexy with your eco-friendly underwear
Eco-friendly under wears are the new sexy.
Want your underwear that makes you feel sexy to also be eco-friendly? JOJOE gives you that option. The company is also committed to helping its customers recycle. Their goal is to make products that reduce the number of garments that end up in landfills due to fast fashion.
While many new brands are launching with a nature-conscious mission, some existing brands are improving their policies in line with that mission. As the number of conscious consumers increases, yes, these brands are diversifying day by day. The JOJOE also uses the highest ethical and environmentally friendly standards when manufacturing its products. They try to produce as little waste as possible and take an ecologically conscious approach. At the same time, as a nature-loving underwear brand, they want to create a community that respects nature and consists of similar ideas without sacrificing style and form.
Using recycled materials is crucial for the company. Therefore, they also prefer taped seams and printed care labels to reduce waste and increase comfort. Well… Think about how itchy those care labels are. Ok, some of them have a cut mark, but even if you cut it, the part at the bottom can still itch. That is, I love this seamless version. Plus, all the packaging parts are made of recyclable materials and can be recycled.
The British company JOJOE works with designers who’ve 25 years of experience in the underwear industry. It’s manufactured in China in collaboration with production facilities and suppliers that pay attention to ethical and environmental aspects and have certificates. At the same time, the manufacturers, and suppliers have SEDEX (1) approval. This means that the production processes are ethical and ecological from start to finish.
JOJOE also offers a 15 percent discount to students. You can complete your transactions on the student discount page.
(1) Sedex/Smeta Global is a non-profit organization dedicated to responsible and ethical business practices and process improvement in the global supply chain. (Source)