About Organic is Sexy by FairChanges

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All about a sexy blog by a sustainable branding agency

We are normal people.

With normal activities.

But love being informed.

No prejudices. And not better than the rest.

Just aiming to be healthier and to protect the earth for our children.


Treat the earth well. It was not given to you by your parents. It was loaned to you by your children.
Native american quote


“Two friends who were instructors at a children’s campground told¬†us that things were getting serious. Some years ago, the first day of the campgroud, one of the parents reached them and told them that his child had allergies.

During the last years, they saw how things changed: The first day of the campgroud, one of the parents told them that his child had no allergies. All the rest did.

Why does it happen? Why if every single parent wants the best for their children?

Maybe aren’t we informed enough?

Maybe we don’t find enough alternatives?”

Cristina Palacios, founder of Organic is Sexy and FairChanges.com.

We thought of FairChanges as a place for gathering together sustainable consumption proposals made without slavery or child labor.

We created the first pro human rights marketplace in the world.

And we wanted to share some of the stories.

While working with peoplein vulnerability to make our design collections.

we all have two lives


We all have two lives. The second one starts when we realiza that we only have one.
Organic paper printed quote framed by people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
The FairChanges Shop


What do we write about?

We love sharing¬†environmentally friendly initiatives, organic or not, that don’t involve slavery or child labor.

We think that it is a right of every consumer to know what he is eating, dressing or breathing. And what it involves to him and to other people.

Sometimes we also share tips on how to be more visible on the search results pages, or sell on the internet, because we consider them useful for conscious entrepreneurs.

We categorize every post so that you can easily identify what is it about:

  • organic,
  • fair trade,
  • locally sourced,
  • artisan,
  • recycled,
  • with high social impact,
  • charitable
  • from sustainable aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems,
  • vegan and not tested on animals
  • and protected designation of origin.

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Why a sustainable branding agency

This is a sexy blog  behind a conscious community conceived by a sustainable branding agency.

We try to share amazing stories of sustainable brands, eco friendly products, green living tips, and much more, with a sexy touch.

We believe in organic, fair trade, local, handmade, recycled…

But we know it must compete in a world with other initiatives.

So why don’t show the world the best products with the best design, photography and video?

Don’t you think sustainable brands deserve it?


eAwards 2013 Best agency for design and creation of online shops
Young Entrepreneurs of Castilla y Leon Award 2013
Shortlisted Sustainable Brands London Innovation Open 2013
Second Prize Innovative eCommerce Idea IEBS Innovation and Entrepreneurship Business School 2013
Shortlisted Lanzate 2013 Innova Category
Shortlisted UEIA Ignition 2013
La Caixa Foundation Entrepreneurship Program 2013-2014
Solidarity and Human Rights Young Award Complutense University 2014
Selected ALPHA Web Summit Dublin 2014
Prize III Green Investment Forum for Women Entrepreneurs 2015
Prize Startup UCM Employmet category 2015


What else.

Enjoy the 1 minute video.

Discover what other bloggers say about us.

Meet the amazing contributors of Organic is Sexy.


Sustainable brands wanted.

Are you an eco friendly creator or producer?

Each week we’re selecting the 10 best sustainable brands.

Apply to be featured on FairChanges and on Organic is Sexy.


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