As a parent, you want the very best for your child, and so we’ve put together a list of our favorite organic lines for baby. These companies have all natural products that are sensitive and perfect for your sweet baby. What baby wears, eats and comes in contact with needs to be gentle and all natural, without costing an arm and a leg.
Burt’s Bees Baby
A line full of organic bath, body and clothing products for your precious baby, Burt’s Bees Baby is a favorite amongst parents. Each product is gentle enough for soft and sensitive baby skin and the bath products have the loveliest hint of honey scent. Be prepared to look forward to bath time like never before.
VONBON is an organic and hip shop full of cute blankets and clothes for babies in super stylish patterns. We’re especially loving the bib bandanas (genius!) and little knotted hats. This shop has everything you need to accessorize your baby to the nines.
The Honest Company
The Honest Company has gained popularity very quickly, and for good reason. All of the products are organic and safe for baby, with an array of non-toxic items that not only smell good but are also beautifully designed. The Honest Company has a variety of eco-friendly bath products, skincare, diapers and nutritional supplements that you’ll feel good about using on your baby.
What you feed your baby is hugely important, I think we can all agree. For me, I want him to get the very best and only organic and clean food, since all he’s known so far in life is 100% natural and I want him to continue with that! Enter Earth’s Best, an all-natural organic line of baby food full of the best ingredients to nourish your little one.
Babyganics is a great line of baby products that use no harmful or toxic ingredients. They have a wide variety of home products such as laundry detergent, tub and tile cleaner, hand sanitizer, dish soap and many more to make your whole home baby-safe! Plus, the labeling is just so stinking cute. That counts for something, too.
What are your favorite organic lines for baby?
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