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Kooshoo uses 75% organic cotton and 25% natural rubber to create their hair elastics. They are also ethically made in California and use US grown organic cotton. The actual production (weaving, dying, cutting, sewing and distribution) happens in L.A. No fuel intensive overseas shipping, no outsourcing.
Miakoda created their zero waste scrunchie using small fabric scraps that are created during the cutting process of garment production and elastic that’s been sitting in the office for over a year with no use.
Fabric: Made 100% From Scrap Materials + deadstock elastic
These scrunchies are made from upcycled materials—the same soft fabric from our TreeBlend t-shirts. Upcycled TreeBlend: 45% Recycled Polyester, 30% Tencel® Lyocell, 25% Organic Cotton
All ChariTee's products are made from recycled, reclaimed, renewable materials, and are designed and produced with the lowest possible impact on the earth. c.HAIR.i.TEE® hair accessories are made from the fabrics from charitable resale shops, supporting local businesses and contributing to a more sustainable environment with less textile waste.
Alternative to hair elastics