by FirstDino Team
Phthalates are man-made, unnatural chemicals used to soften plastic to make it more flexible and durable. They are commonly found in every household, ranging from plastic toys, food packaging and even in personal care products such as shampoos, soaps, lotions and cosmetics.
Phthalates are also often found in the materials used to print images and designs onto clothing. Children and babies who are exposed to Phthalates during the development may experience effects throughout their lives, including changes in reproductive organs and increased allergies.
To minimize your family’s exposure to Phthalates in clothing, one way is to choose organic cotton which are handpicked, never bleached or dyed with the use of toxic chemicals. Organic cotton garments are generally softer and natural, lesser chance of your baby to develop skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis and skin allergies.
To protect your baby with our organic cotton clothes, visit our link at https://bit.ly/FirstDinoOrganicCotton.