Why Organic Cotton Matters

Nurture Naturally, Why Organic Cotton? | March 9, 2018

5 reasons why organic cotton is best for your baby

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Every parent wants the best for their baby. From the foods they are eating to the clothes they are wearing, surrounding baby with goodness is one of mom’s most important jobs. Choosing organic cotton clothing is one of the best things you can do for your baby. It’s not an opinion, it’s a fact. Check out our top 5 reasons below to see why you should jump on the organic baby clothing bandwagon ASAP!

 

  1. It’s Best for Baby’s Delicate Skin
    Did you know baby’s delicate skin takes years to develop the protective barriers that an adult’s skin has? That means your baby’s skin is thinner and more porous than an adult’s and therefore more susceptible to the effects of harmful chemicals. With organic cotton, there are no harsh chemicals, just snuggly softness.
  2. It’s Heavenly Soft
    Not all organic cotton is created equal. All of Burt’s Bees Baby Clothes are GOTS certified, which means both the dying and growing processes are regulated. And that’s just one more way your baby is getting the very best with Burt’s Bees Baby.
  3. It Lasts Wash After Wash
    After 20 washes, non-organic cotton, also known as conventional cotton, starts to break down. Not only does our organic cotton last 5 times as long, it gets softer with every wash.
  4. It’s Earth Friendly and Farmer-Friendly
    Our organic cotton is 100% pure. That means there are no synthetic pesticides and fertilizers needed or used to grow it, and that’s not only good for your baby but also good for the farmers by preventing them from being in contact with harmful chemicals too.
  5. GOTS 100% Certified Organic
    Global Organic Textile Standard certified is the highest rating there is for all-things-organic. Knowing that Burt’s Bees Baby is GOTS certified ensures that your clean, green way of life trickles right down into your baby’s life too. Watch the video below to learn more about GOTS and why it’s important.

 

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