Is HARA Vegan?

By Adriane Marie •  Updated: 03/16/22 •  3 min read

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Is HARA vegan?

Yes, HARA is a fully vegan brand. None of their products contain fabrics, materials or textiles derived from animals.

Which fabrics, materials and textiles are vegan? Find out with this Vegan | Non Vegan Fabrics Materials Textiles List

What does HARA sell?

HARA sells bras, undies, loungewear, sportswear and accessories for women

What fabrics, materials, textiles does HARA use?

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HARA uses fabrics and materials like bamboo.

Is HARA eco friendly and sustainable?

Yes, HARA is eco friendly and sustainable. They manufacture locally, non toxic dyes, reuses offcuts

Is HARA certified?

It is uncertain whether HARA is certified.

Is HARA ethical? Fair trade, fair labor and sweatshop free?

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Yes, HARA products are fair.

Where does HARA make and manufacture their products?

It is uncertain where HARA products are manufactured and made.

Where is HARA based (headquarters)?

HARA is based in Australia

What is HARA’s email address?

You can contact HARA via email at [email protected]


Buy from 100% vegan clothing brands that use vegan fabrics like bamboo, hemp or organic cotton and innovative materials like cactus leather, for instance. There’s no need for fashion brands to still use non vegan materials like wool, leather, suede, fur.

Vegan fashion is easy with this: Vegan Clothing Brands Per Country List

But not all vegan materials are sustainable. In fact, washing one synthetic garment releases about 2,000 plastic microfibers that enter the ocean and food chain.

So just because a fabric is vegan it does not mean it is eco friendly. 

Natural fibers like cotton are actually really harmful IF they are not organic. But how? Because cotton seeds are often GMOs that require pesticides, which are extremely toxic! Did you know up to 16% of the world’s pesticides go to GMO cotton farming every year!? Such chemicals degrade soil and pollute water as well as poison cotton pickers. In conclusion, always opt for organic cotton.

Fair trade ensures better social, environmental and economic standards. 

Human rights concerns in fashion include health and safety, sweatshops, child labor, gender inequality, inadequate pay, wage theft and exploitation. Overall, it is not uncommon for workers to experience harassment, humiliation and violence. 

Thus, we can improve people’s lives simply by supporting fashion that is certified fair. 

Adriane Marie

As an educator, author and conscious consumer advocate, I study and organize ethical info for you to quickly see how our purchases impact animals, people and the planet. I hope you find this HEALabel knowledge useful and can apply it to your life for personal and societal improvement and empowerment.

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