Baby skin care
Chemical free production
Organic baby products are soft and comfortable on baby’s skin because the fiber is specially grown to be free from pesticides and chemical treatments. At present, it is hard to determine precisely what long term effects that such substances have on humans, birds and animals that come in contact with the chemicals. Using organic baby products means you never have to worry about the chemicals that were used because there were none. These garments, cremes and lotions are not going to irritate the baby’s skin or result in unwanted irritants being drawn into the baby’s lungs or mouth.
There is no way that a responsible parent will deliberately put products that contain carcinogens on the sensitive skin of their baby. It is unfortunately true, though, that sometimes these dangerous ingredients are hidden from the casual observer. Even a veteran label reader may not be fully aware of the long term effect some ingredients will have on the skin of the baby. However, by committing yourself to organic baby products only you avoid the issue of trying to determine what is lethal and what is merely dangerous. Organic baby products are always safe and healthy.
Using organic baby products on your baby’s delicate skin is important. You need skin care for the baby to protect against wetness and germs that are a part of the environment, no matter how carefully you clean and disinfect the surroundings of the baby. The key in organic baby products is that they clean and protect without the harshness and even dangerous effects of the traditional baby care products. Another positive result of the switch to organic baby products is to eliminate the use of some of the fragrances that are in many standard baby products. Most people do not realize that a substantial number of these fragrances will cause allergic reactions on baby’s skin.
Using organic baby products, particularly those that are hypoallergenic means you are reducing the number of harmful substances that come in contact with the delicate skin of the baby. The earlier that the baby is exposed to such substances, the more likely he or she is to develop allergic reactions to the substance. These potentially dangerous substances run the gamut from fragrances to detergents and wetting agents in the laundry products and bath products. It is far better to use organic baby products and avoid the difficulty of reading labels.
By: Molly Ridenhour
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