Organic baby products are more expensive, but there are still great reasons to go for organic when purchasing clothes for baby, says Bethany Grosser, owner of Little Spruce Organics.
“Safety is the most common factor,” says Grosser. “Organic textiles are processed without synthetic additives, reducing parents’ concerns about chemical residue left on the fabric that touches their babies’ skin.” Comfort, according to Grosser, is another great reason to switch it up. “Parents love the fact that organic clothing is incredibly soft, suitable for sensitive baby skin, and absorbs moisture while still feeling dry.”
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