Why mothers are choosing organic baby clothing? – Scarlett + Michel

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Why mothers are choosing organic baby clothing?

Mothers are looking for the softest clothes to put on their baby. The softer the clothes the more we love them!  Organic cotton provides the softness that all mothers are looking for. Just imagine your baby in the softest cotton that feels as soft as silk! Not only does it make your baby comfortable, but it makes your baby irresistible!

Secondly, it is better for your baby’s health to use organic cotton. Why? Because organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. Organic cotton uses natural seeds where there is no use of pesticides or chemicals as compared to regular cotton that uses genetically modified seeds where more pesticides are required.

Regular cotton production uses large amount of chemicals that can cause skin allergies. However organic cotton uses safer alternatives to chemical dyes and whiteners. Since the GOTS prohibits the use of these toxins, this means these toxins are not getting into your organic baby’s clothing.

Third, organic cotton is better for the environment. The production of organic cotton uses 71% less water and 62% less energy. LEARN MORE ABOUT ORGANIC COTTON

THE GLOBAL ORGANIC TEXTILE STANDARDS (GOTS)

To insure that organic producers use only the methods and materials allowed in organic production, third party certification organization verify their processes in order to provide a credible assurance for the integrity of GOTS certified textiles. Many manufacturers become certified to the GOTS which addresses textile’s processing stages and includes strong labor provisions.

Our SMART BABY CLOTHING™ line is GOTS Certified.

GET YOUR FAVORITE SET OF SMART BABY CLOTHING™ AT SCARLETT + MICHEL

We make all our styles in the softest organic cotton. Check out our collection of prints and solid colors.  

With Love,

Scarlett + Michel

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