What is lead? The risks of lead to your baby
For children under the age of 6, excessive lead exposure can affect mental and physical development. Only a tiny amount of lead is needed to harm a young and growing child.
Many parents are consciously aware on creating a safe environment for their kids or feeding their children natural food, but many may not be aware of the risks posed by the toxics contained in your baby’s clothing. One of the harmful toxics is lead, where it is a metal element commonly used in the dying of textile and especially present in vividly-coloured baby garments and objects. Lead is also present in some children’s jewelries and accessories.
To protect your child from lead 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 website at https://bit.ly/FirstDinoOrganicCotton.
FirstDino Organic Cotton Baby Garment is certified by Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and they are 100% toxic free from p-Chloroaniline, Phthalates and Lead.