About us

who are we?
Jaypen is focused on building a safe, clean community that makes sustainable living more accessible.

We make our products as authentic and original as possible by using sustainable ingredients and materials. We are honest and transparent about our products, and we provide as much information as possible on each product so that our consumers can safely consume or use it.

At Jaypen, you'll find some of the best eco-friendly products on the market, from ingredients and stationery to homeware and slow fashion. We also aim to reduce waste by providing packaging that is as reusable as possible.

We are a small platform with a big mission to make the world a better place with you.

Every little action counts, read on to learn how you can make a difference.

Did you know?
Hong Kong's excessive appetite for meat has contributed to the city becoming one of the world's highest emitters of greenhouse gases, according to a team of researchers at the University of Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, 3,382 tons of food waste is disposed of in landfills every day. This is equivalent to the weight of 7.3 fully loaded Boeing 747s.

Fast fashion in Hong Kong is also damaging the environment. According to the city's environmental protection department, more than 340 tons of textile waste is dumped into the city's overflowing landfill every day.

The massive increase in population, urban development and consumption of renewable natural resources in the last century has created an imbalance in the relationship between humans and the planet.

In Hong Kong, daily consumption at the individual, household and business levels accounts for 76% of Hong Kong's Ecological Footprint. According to WWF, people in Hong Kong are already living beyond the limits of the planet. If everyone lived the Hong Kong lifestyle, we would need 3.9 Earths.

What is sustainable living?
There seems to be no direct answer to this question. We feel that sustainable lifestyle cannot be directly defined because it has too many labels, such as green living, conscious living, eco-awareness, minimalism, conscious consumption, zero waste, etc.

The bottom line is that sustainable living can mean different things to different people. Own your own definition and get a head start!

Living a more sustainable lifestyle doesn't have to be complicated. There are a lot of little things you can do in your day-to-day life, but over time those little things can have a huge impact. Doing something is better than doing nothing. Something as simple as putting plastic bottles in the recycling bin is very important. These tiny acts require little effort, but when everyone takes that small step, it can have a huge impact on our planet.