Natural & Organic Baby Bedding
Ethically sourced fabrics that are kind to babies skin, such as: Cotton, linen & bamboo.
When you hear the word “organic” in a conversation about babies, the first thing that comes to mind is food. However, what your baby eats is not the only source of possible environmental contaminants. Did you know that cot and crib mattresses are covered in a PVC or Vinyl coating. Which is now known for containing harmful phthalates. You don’t want your baby sleeping on – and breathing in – any of these kinds of toxins. Parents want to give their babies the best possible start in life. Minimising their exposure to harmful substances in their environment is one way to do that. It has long been known that baby’s skin is more sensitive than adults. Conventional bedding made from non-organic materials may increase the likelihood that babies will experience rashes, dryness, and other adverse effects from environmental contaminants.
Given the number of hours your baby spends sleeping, particularly in the first few months. They have a good deal more exposure to their bedding than adults do. Purchasing certified organic mattresses, sheets, blankets and pillows can help to limit your baby’s exposure to airborne toxins.
Benefits of organic bedding
Many typical products (especially mattresses) contain chemicals that are known carcinogens, hormone disruptors, and other irritants. By choosing organic, or other non-toxic materials, you can avoid these and provide your child with cleaner air to breath while they sleep.
Most organic fabrics are superior to their synthetic counterparts for absorbing moisture and humidity, aiding in a more comfortable and sound sleep.
Reduced Toxin Exposure:
Organic baby bedding is important because your baby deserves the best quality to promote sleep. A baby’s lungs and digestive system are still developing in the months after birth, and it is important to create and maintain an organic and toxin-free environment for their development. Since your baby will be spending an extraordinary amount of time sleeping, there’s no better way to help ensure this safe environment than through the use of organic baby bedding.
Reduced Environmental Impact:
Materials like organic cotton and bamboo is grown from natural, non-genetically modified seeds and there are no pesticides or other harsh chemicals used in the process of growing or weeding. The end result provides biologically diverse agriculture and workers with a safe and healthy environment.
Shop for all your organic cot bedding on MettaLife.