Organic and Eco-Friendly Materials

We carefully select materials that are organic, natural, and eco-friendly. These include certified organic cotton, bamboo fabric, Tencel™ lyocell, and other sustainable alternatives. By using these materials, we reduce the reliance on harmful chemicals and promote a healthier planet. 

Ethical Sourcing

We prioritize responsible sourcing and work closely with suppliers who share our values. Our materials are sourced from trusted partners who adhere to fair trade practices, ensuring fair wages and safe working conditions for workers.

Circular Fashion Approach

We embrace a circular fashion model by implementing innovative practices to reduce waste. This includes recycling fabric scraps, upcycling materials into new products, and utilizing zero-waste manufacturing techniques. We aim to minimize our environmental footprint throughout the entire production process.

Water and Energy Conservation

We strive to minimize water and energy consumption in our production. Our manufacturing processes are designed to reduce water usage and energy consumption through efficient machinery and responsible production techniques.

Packaging and Shipping

We are mindful of our packaging choices and use eco-friendly alternatives wherever possible. Our packaging is made from recycled materials and is recyclable or biodegradable. Additionally, we aim to minimize our carbon footprint by optimizing shipping methods and partnering with environmentally conscious logistics providers.

Eco-Friendly Washing

Wash less. Air out your clothes and wash out stains by hand to avoid unnecessary laundering. Who doesn't love doing less laundry!

Wash in colder water, 30°C/86°F is sufficient. PS. 90% of of the energy used during washing comes from heating up the water.

 Do not use fabric softener. Fabric softener coats fabrics with a waxy residue which prevents water and detergent from properly cleaning the fabric, leaving the fabric feeling dingy. 

Wash on shorter cycles. The longer you wash, the more fibers break. 

Don't tumble dry your clothes. The heat and the mechanical forces inside a tumble dryer are also a culprit of micro-plastic pollution.

In the end, following some or all of the tips listed above will reduce microfibers, save water, save electricity, save you money, and increase the life of your fabrics.


At Bejoul, we are dedicated to creating luxurious and multipurpose sleepwear while minimizing our ecological footprint. By prioritizing sustainability in every aspect of our brand, we aim to inspire conscious choices and contribute to a greener and more sustainable future.