Given that we are a swimsuit company and moms, like you, we wanted to share some of our favorite beach bag essentials. These essentials might be a little different than most, as we searched high and low for just the right sustainable products. Each item is made by companies with strong commitments to Mother Earth, and to keeping it clean and green the whole way through.
Sustainability is at the heart of MOLOCO. Our Ethos relies on not only being committed to sustainable production, but ethical working conditions and minimizing waste to protect the ultimate mama, Mother Earth. Today’s blog, in honor of Earth Day, highlights our commitment to keeping it green.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we have spotlighted some amazing women owned businesses that we think you NEED to know about!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and unfortunately, we all know too many people who have either battled or been faced with this disease. In honor of all those who have fought, been affected by or are still fighting, we are highlighting a topic that many of these women (and men) have faced as well - 3D areola pigmentation. Amy Kernahan, owner of Amy Kernahan Studios, is one of the most highly sought-after micropigmentation artists on the east coast.
The Dairy Fairy offers women innovative lingerie for nursing, pumping and postpartum days. A brand dedicated to providing ingenious intimates for mamas, the pieces are ultra supportive, size inclusive and cute, too!
Allie Lindenmuth is the founder of Anook Athletics and mama of two. Anook Athletics is maternity and nursing active apparel, and was founded on the premise of offering women the mother-based support that is lacking in our communities.
Founder of Method by Katie Breard, Katie is a mom herself who specializes in pre- and postnatal exercise. Katie is an online fitness specialist that trains pregnant women and busy moms globally, 1:1 and in groups.
We recognize how the makeup of each and every family is entirely unique in its own way, and this is certainly the case for William Zitser, our father feature of the day.
Raquel Nowak is a mama to two girls, and the founder of Matrescense - a line of non-toxic, botanical skincare products for all stages of motherhood. Matrescence, a term coined by anthropologist Dana Raphael, refers to the process of becoming a mother - from pre-conception, during pregnancy, through postpartum days and beyond.
Originally from Brooklyn, NY, Karma Tudor is a mother, doula, childbirth educator, certified lactation counselor and yoga teacher.
What makes MOLOCO different? We are not your “typical” swimwear brand, because every style we design is made with mamas in mind... No, really. Throughout the various stages of motherhood, we are along for the ride with you as your amazing body changes and adapts. Every swimsuit has the function, comfort and versatility that you will need.