Which cleansing product should I choose? Your cleansing routine is important in terms of how your skin looks and feels. Therefore, it is important to choose a cleansing product that matches your skin’s needs. You can interchange between several cleansing products to for example your morning and evening routine, or you can choose to use one cleansing product, which matches your skin’s needs every day of the week - morning and night.
Size 3-4 years / 98-104 cm
Size 5-7 years / 110-122 cm
Size 8-10 years / 128-140 cm
Fleece / 100% polyester.
THIS PRODUCT IS VEGAN
- Wash at 30˚.
- Always wash inside-out.
- Apply silk/wool laundry detergent.
- Use vinegar instead of fabric softener to prevent static electricity if necessary.
- Avoid the use of tumble dryer.
- Read more about CLEVERCARE and how to wash sustainably.
If we all improve the way we care for our clothing we can impact the environment in a noticeable and very positive way. The garment industry is responsible for quite a serious amount of pollution, but a surprisingly large part of the responsibility rests with us as consumers. A staggering high percentage of the pollution created during the life cycle of a piece of clothing (production to destruction), happens in our homes AFTER we have bought the garment.
6 EASY STEPS TO HELP PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
/ Wash less. Outer garments very seldom need washing. Instead reintroduce airing and spot-cleaning, two time-honoured and ecologically sustainable ways to have clean, fresh and long-lasting clothes. Air garments outdoors or in an open window.
/ Lower the water temperature. The cooler the water, the better it is for the environment and the life-span of your clothes. Wash at 30° whenever possible.
/ Tumble dry less. Only tumble dry items that really need it.
/ Dry-clean as little as possible. Very aggressive chemicals are used. Spot-clean and air your clothing. Brush suits and coats.
/ Use environmentally friendly washing powder. For the health of your skin and for the purity of our planet.
/ Protect your clothes when eating and drinking. Spilling at the dinner table is the most common cause for soiled clothing. Use napkins and remind your children to protect their clothes during meals.
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