Friday, January 26, 2018

News in Eco-Friendly Baby Products



Many individuals all over the world have determined to live a green lifestyle. This means purposely choosing natural and eco-friendly products over those that are potentially harmful to the environment. New mums can still remain environmentally conscious by selecting baby products and supplies that are made without harmful ingredients. Natural types of fabrics, wooden items and other baby necessities are generally better for small babies that have such delicate skin. Simply purchasing organic cotton bassinet or crib sheets and blankets can decrease skin irritation and even breathing problems due to inhaling toxic fumes.



It seems that today's mothers are choosing to go back to traditional baby care and products. From ancient times, women have swaddled their tiny infants in soft fabrics that induce calm in a baby. Recent studies on swaddling have shown that babies tend to fall asleep faster, sleep deeper and wake up less often during the night when they were swaddled by their mothers prior to bed time. Swaddled infants should also be held for awhile to complete the nurturing and soothing effect. Mums can look for muslin wraps visit kippins.co online. Once a mum sees how relaxing that swaddling the infant with natural soft muslin fabric can be, she will almost certainly become a believer.

Swaddling really mimics the mother's womb. This is where the baby was comfortable for nine long months. It only makes sense that this action can calm a baby down. It is also recommended by baby experts to cradle your baby that is comfortably swaddled. Even asleep, tiny infants are aware of their mother's presence. Perhaps its the regular rise and fall of a mum's chest while breathing, or the steady beat of her heartbeat could be soothing the babe. Many breastfeeding mum's report that their babies fed better when the infant was swaddled in cozy layers.

Mums can also easily find natural beech wood or bamboo baby teething rings for those unbearable days when teeth are coming in. Avoid baby teething rings or objects that don't promise to only use safe, environmentally friendly and all natural materials. There are sensational wooden teething rings that also include an intriguing rattle for baby to shake and get down. Your little one will be thrilled to gnaw raw gums on these teething aids, and mum will love the green manufacturing promise. Look for teething rings that might also come with small plush toys for added baby amusement.

More mothers are stealing some baby wisdom that other generations had regarding baby care and are committed to only using cloth diapers. Plastic used in disposable diaper brands takes eons of time to fade after it's thrown in the trash. The better quality cloth ones, made from all soft and natural cotton, are far gentler on baby's exceptionally delicate skin. These items breathe better, insuring better circulation and less diaper rashes. The great thing about these products are that they also make convenient burp cloths. Just remember to use baby tolerated laundry detergent when washing.

It is possible to raise a baby and still maintain your firm commitment to not harm the environment. This is the world that will one day be passed on to the next generation of children. Determine to buy only eco-friendly baby necessities for a better future world.

20 comments:

  1. Helping them sleep better, and you in the process, is sure worth it right there.

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  2. My daughter is using cloth diapers on my granddaughter and she sees a huge difference with diaper rash. And she's helping the environment. It's a win-win!

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  3. This is a most wonderful thing. I fear some never will though.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

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  4. We can always learn and do better witch each generations. I try to learn as much as I can to be a better mom and also share.
    Love the write up!

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  5. It's funny how we're going back to a lot of the traditional things from many years ago.

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  6. Hi Rosey - I'm all for natural products and keeping things as simple as possible - so this makes absolute sense. Cheers Hilary

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  7. I love products that are eco-friendly. And it doesn't hurt the skin too. So it's really beneficial.

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  8. I love how moms today are going back to traditional methods. Goes to show, our moms did know best ;)

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  9. Wish I'd had something like this 40 years ago. Very handy.

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  10. Good to know about eco friendly baby care products. Your post will definitely create a lot of awareness. Good job.

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  11. That is really great to know that there are tons of eco friendly baby products and I am sure that there are more coming in the future.

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  12. I agree that moms can still be fantastic moms without harming the environment. This was great info.

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  13. It is wonderful there are more eco baby care products coming out all the time. I love that you can get things like bamboo teething rings I honestly had no idea it come that far.

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  14. We have a new baby in the family and the mom is very into going green. This is a great list for her to see. Thank you for sharing it!

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  15. I am continuously looking for ways to live a "greener" life. I find it very interesting knowing how much of our environment we take for granted. Thanks for this post.

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  16. I wish more of the swaddle blankets were out there when my kids were babies. They just started coming out.

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  17. I think parents should try to use more cloth and organic diapers. I think a lot of diaper rashes are happening because of these bleached colored diapers.

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  18. This is such an educational post. Not just for moms but for everyone. Glad you have posted it. Thanks.

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  19. Love the more eco friendly ways, but honestly its not always the most affordable. I think in the end it is, but at the moment, it is all just overwhelming, especially to new moms!

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  20. I am glad there are more Eco-Friendly Baby Products now then when my children were babies. I did try cloth diapers with my first born.

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