Giving Back

CHARITY

In the GCC, it is estimated that 18% of the population suffers from depression.

Poor sleep is linked to physical problems such as a weakened immune system and mental health problems including anxiety and depression, while sleeping for 6-8 hours a night is linked to improved mood and memory.

Al Jalila Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to transforming lives through medical research, education and treatment in the UAE.

We donate AED 15 / $4 from every order to Al Jalila Foundation to support mental health research. This has been approved by the Government of Dubai – Islamic Affairs & Charitable Activities Department under ICAAD Licence number 3983.

As a female founded business, we understand that every woman deserves to feel special in what she is wearing and should be able to take care of her physical and mental wellbeing.

Thank you for helping us with this movement to give the gift of life.

SUSTAINABILITY

We are passionate about sustainability and we advocate a sleepwear capsule wardrobe to reduce the need to overbuy, focusing on cost per wear.

We are working towards being a sustainable lifestyle brand, designed and manufactured in UAE, we reject mindless consumption in favour of conscious consumerism.

We're planet friendly and strive to make a positive impact on the earth and our customers.

 


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