Babysoy was founded on the hope of providing an affordable baby layette line of the highest quality. Each piece is designed with an appreciation and care for our mother nature in mind.
Founder of Babysoy came across soy from azlon (protein fiber extracted from soybean) and began his journey. Babysoy's mission is to continue to bring quality green baby clothes at an affordable price to eco-conscious parents. With soy as an introduction, we continued to include different types of sustainable fabrics that will help lessen burden on planet earth.
We are especially thrilled about our effort in helping educate caring parents to learn about the alternatives to organic cotton and discover the world of sustainable textiles. Our journey to “reduce, reuse, recycle” marks the beginning of making our planet a better place to live for the next generation!
A Personal Note From David:
I think everyone, especially in the past 2-3 years have seen dramatic climate changes, realizes that we need to take care of the environment. If everyone can move forward a step to re-use, reduce, and recycle, the joined effort can have a huge impact. But a lot of time, there's a premium to the eco-world, and sometimes this premium can drive away a lot of people who wanted to be part of the effort. I came across the PLA cups and bags about 12 years ago, these bio-degradable products were great and would decompose in about 3 months when you bury them. I thought it was an excellent product and wanted to introduce it to Asia market, but the cost of the material and requirement of new machinery drove everyone showing interest away. From that experience, I knew well that a lot of people are willing to switch to eco-products, but the premium that they can accept is not sky high. The way for us to cut down our price is to eliminate middle man, so most of the components on our product, we buy directly from manufacturer to lower cost, making sure quality is up to par, and we make sure we know the manufacturers by paying frequent visits and not rely on communicating through faxes and emails alone.