This organic cotton voile infinity scarf was hand block printed using nontoxic dyes by a group of talented artisans in Jaipur, India. We employ ethical, green practices that are kind to workers and the environment.
Your infinity scarf purchase will support the efforts of WildAid, a nonprofit conservation organization that aims to end the illegal wildlife trade of products such as shark fin, elephant ivory, and rhino horn. An estimated 100 million sharks are killed every year and fins from up to 73 million sharks are used for shark fin soup. Some shark populations have declined up to 98% in the last 15 years. Given that sharks are the top predator in the marine food chain, this can have a huge impact on the ecosystem as other species are not adequately regulated. Via celebrity endorsements and large media campaigns, WildAid is raising awareness about the significant decline in the shark population. Due to WildAid's efforts, there has been a 50-70% reduction in China's consumption of shark fin soup. Read more about sharks.
Colors: Very pale teal background and teal shark fins
Size: 35” x 20” folded
Please note that this scarf was printed by hand so colors may vary and little imperfections should be expected.
Care: Wear and wash often for an even softer feel! You can hand wash or machine wash your scarf in cold or warm water. Gentle dry. No bleach. Warm steam iron.
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