Certificates and seals of quality
We are fair to people and the environment
Our sustainable lingerie is produced under transparent conditions. We make sure that we only work with trustworthy and reliable partners and companies that specialize in fair and resource-saving production processes and are always striving for optimization.
You can find the meaning of the certificates and seals of quality that distinguish our range here.
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)
is one of the strictest globally recognized standards in the textile sector. It places the highest demands on textiles in order to evaluate them as genuine and consistent natural textiles. A GOTS-certified product must consist of at least 90 % pure natural fibers and may contain a maximum of 10 % synthetic fibers or viscose.
In addition, at least 70 % of the natural fibers must come from plants or animals from controlled organic farming. There are also strict requirements for dyes, auxiliaries and finishing processes. Among other things, they must not contain any heavy metals and banned or harmful substances are excluded. As a rule, ingredients, accessories and yarns must also be made of natural materials and can therefore only be used to a limited extent. You can find more information about the GOTS certificate on the official Website.
The GOTS label is graded according to the percentage of organic cotton. The "organic" label is awarded to products with a cotton content of at least 95%. „Made from organic", on the other hand, stands for the certification of products with a lower organic cotton content.
Recycled Claim Standard (RCS) and Global Recycled Standard (GRS)
Both standards enable companies to record the exact proportion of recycled material in a product and to track it through the production chain.
In addition, the overarching "Content Claim Standard" for both standards defines, among other things, the traceability of goods and transparency in the production chain.
In the Recycled Claim Standard, the RCS blended logo (at least 5% recycled material) or the RCS 100 logo (at least 95% recycled material) is used depending on the percentage of recycled material in the certified goods.
The RCS does not contain requirements on the chemical additives used and does not include guidelines on environmental management and corporate social responsibility.
In contrast to the RCS, the Global Recycled Standard contains requirements for the additives used in GRS products as well as guidelines on environmental management and social responsibility in the company.
Thus, the focus of the GRS is not only on the identification and traceability of recycled material in the product and the definition of approved and excluded chemical additives, but it also sets criteria for environmental management and requirements for corporate social responsibility.
Organic Content Standard (OCS) 2.0
The Organic Content Standard 100 (OCS 100) and the Organic Content Standard blended (OCS blended) enable companies to record the exact proportion of organic material in a product and to trace it through the production chain. In the OCS, the overarching "Content Claim Standard" defines, among other things, the traceability of goods and transparency in the production chain.
Depending on the percentage of organic material in the certified goods, the logo of the OCS blended (min. 5 % organic material) or the OCS 100 logo (min. 95 % organic material to 100 % organic material) is used.
Focus of the OCS:
-Identification and traceability of the organic material in the product
-Use of the third party verified B2B supply chain
-Transparent, consistent and comprehensive independent assessment and verification of the organic fiber content.You can find more information here
|OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is a globally recognised, independent testing and certification system for textiles tested for harmful substances.
You can find more information here
Business Social Compliance Initiative -BSCI- is a program of the business-related association amfori to improve social standards in the global value chain. Based in Brussels, the BSCI offers companies a comprehensive monitoring and qualification system that can cover all products. It is thus able to effectively and systematically improve working conditions worldwide.