About our products

babysoy's luxuriously soft layette lines are referred by owners' children as their "comfy clothes".

Using simple and fresh designs, babysoy has created a sustainable and modern collections covering kids from head to toe.  

{azlon from soy protein fiber} babysoy is the first company to use azlon from soy fiber to make baby clothes.  To learn more about azlon from soy.  

{non-gmo beans} all material used are non-GMO (genetically modified organism). 

{type of cotton} babysoy uses long-staple cotton which helps to weave a smoother surface fabric structure.

{helping our environment} babysoy’s baby and tots line are sustainable and eco-friendly. This is because azlon from soybean is a textile that is made from recycled material and it does not add more burden to mother nature.  Our hang tags are printed on recycled paper with soy ink.  We use recycled poly mailers and reuse our carton boxes whenever possible.

{snaps + zippers} all snaps and zippers are made by world-renowned YKK which are nickel-free and meets Oeko Tex-100 requirements, making dressing-time safe and easy.

{fire retardant} all items in our collections are NOT treated with any fire retardant chemicals. Please make sure they fit snugly on your babies and kids.

{wash & care} We recommend machine wash with cold water and tumble dry on low or delicate cycle. 

{size chart} Below is a general size chart reference.  Our products are made with knitted fabric, thus there will be a 5-7% difference between batches and styles. 

babysoy size chart

{fairly made} babysoy puts endless efforts in offering parents an eco-friendly and affordable layettes line made by artisans who are fairly-treated in a safe working environment.  Our partnering factory is located in the rural area of Shanghai/China.  We have worked with this family run factory since 2005 and since we visit this factory so often (8-10 times a year), we feel like part of the family.  Our co-founder and staff in our Shanghai Office would spend the whole day at the factory, spending time with cutting, sewing and packaging departments.  We would have lunch at their cafeteria and talk to workers about their work, life and family.   We are proud to tell our customers that the artisans who crafted our products are fairly-treated and importing our products from China has not in any way hindered our value or vision.