WHEN IT COMES TO
BABY CLOTHES GO GREEN
Many people think of cotton as being everyoneís favorite soft, durable fabric. Itís many peoplesí first choice for t-shirts, underwear, and even the clothes for their babies. What many people are not aware of is that most large scale cotton growing operations rely very heavily on the use of many chemical treatments and pesticides. One of the most sensitive organs on a babyís body is the skin. A babyís skin is thinner and more susceptible to irritation than yours or mine, and it will readily absorb many harmful substances if they come in contact.
When it comes to your babyís health and safety, you should only buy clothing from sources that you know are using organic cotton and other eco-friendly materials. At EcoMalls baby section all of the baby products are made from 100% natural and chemical-free materials such as soy fiber, bamboo, and of course organic cotton. These materials are grown without the use of any pesticides or chemicals. None. For this reason, organic cotton is the single best choice you can make when buying clothing for your baby. It is extremely soft, durable, and will not irritate a babyís extra sensitive skin.
Purchasing clothing from a quality organic source can be a bit more expensive, but itís worth every penny. Itís worth it to know that your child isnít going to have a cheap, chemically treated piece of clothing rubbing against their skin every day. Also, by purchasing from a green source such as Wild Dill, youíll be doing your part to save the environment! When farms use pesticides, it is extremely harmful for the surrounding ecosystems as well as the farmers that must work around them. Make the choice from now on to only purchase quality baby clothing made with eco-friendly materials like organic cotton, itís the right thing to do!
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