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Natural Indigo

The color indigo has a rich history. Natural indigo is one of the oldest colors used for dyeing textiles. Blue pigments – from blue plants – were rare and therefore it was an expensive color. In the 19th century synthetic indigo was developed which made it cheaper to use. Unfortunately, synthetic pigments cause way more pollution, as these pigments don’t biodegrade and therefore the water needs to be filtered with care. Our first wash with natural indigo is the Herbal Blue.

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