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Nothing But the Best Organic Products and Gifts for Kids

Updated on September 20, 2013

The Best New Organic Clothing for Kids

Healthy, natural kids love the feel and comfort of organic, earth-friendly clothes. Organic and natural products come in nature's colors, or safe-color versions. It doesn't have to be plain, but it does have to be pure, safe and sustainable.

Why Organic Clothing for Kids is Important

Organic Clothing :: Good for Our Kids :: Good for Our Earth

GOOD FOR OUR KIDS Kids clothing should be designed for comfort and protection. Choosing only natural organically grown fibers provides the comfort and protection your kids deserve. Clothes made with organic fibers use natural or safe dyes that will not irritate skin or promote allergies.

GOOD FOR EARTH Organically grown materials from sustainable crops are processed and harvested without chemicals, pesticides, or harmful dyes. They're purely natural, and naturally pure. Most people don't know that conventional fabric manufacturing involves bleaches, formaldehyde, and chemical dyes, plus a host of other unknown chemicals and processes.

Not All Cotton Is Created Equal

Most Fluffy White Cotton is Full of Bleaches and Chemicals

White fluffy cotton may look like the height of purity, yet conventional cotton is anything but. Cotton is the second most pesticide-laden crop on the market, right after coffee and before tobacco. . . . Synthetic fabrics used in kids' clothing are no better. For the most part, these fabrics are derived from petrochemicals. They off-gas throughout their lifetimes. . . . The most common and harmful fabric-finishing agent is formaldehyde. It's a well-known neurotoxin and carcinogen. It also causes allergies and irritates the skin." From Organic Baby: Simple Steps for Healthy Living by Kimberly Rider and Thayer Allyson Gowdy, availble below through Amazon Books.

Organic Cotton - See the Difference

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    • Lee Hansen profile image

      Lee Hansen 

      7 years ago from Vermont

      My youngest grandchild is an organic Vermonster grrl. She's the closest to 100% organic we've achieved so far in our family - food, clothes, the whole enchilada. Great collection of organic kids goodies here.

    • SewWithSarah profile image


      10 years ago

      My daughter has 2 1/2 year old quadruplets and an older son who just turned 4, and I'm with you all the way on the organic things. Great information!


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