We Care About Nature

The textile industry has major effects on the environment. No one can deny this, and certainly not us.

In our drive to create more sustainable ways of producing and creating, we have opted to use recycled materials. We produce less—but better.

A nature-loving process 


Fabrics. Our swimsuits are entirely made using light and comfortable material made from recycled plastic bottles (the lining included!).

Zippers. The zippers are made from recycled materials, and are then recycled.

Labels. Even the labels are made of organic cotton.

Swingtags. For boutiques, Aima Dora eco swimwear provides the labels using recycled cardboard.

Packaging. The packaging sleeves are made in the same material as your bathing suit to avoid the use of plastic.

Aima Dora eco swimwear continues to seek the most eco-friendly solutions to produce the swimwear, the supply of sustainable raw materials and the shipment.

Zero-waste production


About 30% of the purchased material isn’t actually used during the production process. In fact, it ends up in landfills during the cutting phase. 
Aima Dora eco swimwear don't discard the material.

Instead, they recycle it by working in collaboration with a number of organisations in Madagascar. The waste is then transformed into pillows, rugs and even fabric pet toys… All intended for the local population to use.    


Our dream is for our swimsuits to have more than one life… You give new life to your swimsuit when you wear it beyond the beach, but also when you decide to part with it.

Asking you to return it to us would only rack up the item’s carbon footprint, particularly as it gets shipped. 

We strongly encourage you to drop them off at your nearest textile collection bank so they can be recycled.

The confidence of eco-responsibility  

Our Seaqual fabrics and zips are certified by 


Aima Dora zippers are produced in Bluesign® certified factories. Bluesign® guarantees the highest degree of safety for the customer, manufacturing with the lowest possible impact on people and the environment, as well as responsible use of resources.


100% recycled polyester yarn made from recycled materials including post consumer plastic bottles and plastic captured from the sea, thats why it contributes to preserving natural resources and reducing the waste in the planet's water


This certificate guarantees the highest degree of safety for the customer, manufacturing with responsible use of resources and the lowest possible impact on people and the environment, animal welfare issues and compliance with all complex social issues such as child labour, workers’ wage, benefits as well as health and safety.


All of the recycled yarns we use are GRS (Global Recycle Standard) certified. GRS is an international, voluntary product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and ecological practices and chemical restrictions.


Our material supplier is certified free of harmful chemicals and are safe for human use. To attain Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification, the fabric has been tested and certified to be free from harmful levels of more than 100 substances known to be harmful to human health. Factories are re-audited every year in order to receive a new certificate.

50+ UPF 

Fabric blocks 98 percent of the sun's rays and allows two percent (1/50th) to penetrate, thus reducing your exposure risk significantly