Organic Baby Clothes
Are you considering purchasing organic baby clothes for your precious little baby? Pollution and the presence of toxins is a very real problem. In my opinion, our babies are exposed to enough of these toxins on a daily basis. So when it comes to clothes, I decided to go organic.
We all agree that baby clothes are super cute. Those tiny t-shirts and fancy little sneakers look adorable on your precious baby. We get so caught up in the cuteness of it all we often buy way too much.
So try to remember:
- Your baby will grow very quickly
- Expect to change sizes often
- Don’t buy too much at once
I realized my baby’s clothing is something I can control. Organic is definitely more expensive, but it's worth every extra dime. If you are looking for a great onepiece for your little one, make sure you check out the Baby Soy All-Natural Kimono Onepiece
. This onepiece is made of 50% Soy Fiber and 50% Cotton. The soyfiber provides a luxury of coziness during the cooler days with its superior warmth retention characteristics. In addition, its silky-smooth texture makes it one of the softest onepieces on the market. Plus, it is very stylish and super cute! We get compliments all the time!
Why I go organic:
- You develop a peace of mind
- No toxic pesticides used to grow the fibers
- No harmful chemical fertilizers used
Non-organic baby clothing is often manufactured using some of these potentially harmful chemicals:
- Stain repellants
- Flame retardants
- Colorfastness treatments
- Wrinkle resisters
- Chemical dyes
- Fabric finishers (formaldehyde and PVC)
Here’s a list of organic fibers you should consider for your baby:
- Cotton (most popular)
- Soy Fiber
- Organic wool
- Linen (flax)
I hope you enjoy choosing cute baby clothes for your precious little one.
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