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Comfort and fun all rolled into one! Made from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton, this ultra-soft and comfortable baby romper is designed for maximum comfort and ease.
With a wide neckline, short sleeves, cute print and an easy opening for quick changes, playtime just got a whole lot more fun!
The global organic textile standards is the world’s leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres.Textiles containing a minimum of 95% organic fibres are GOTS certified
Our 100% GOTS certified Organic Cotton Apparels & Accessories are designed with love & care to protect your little one’s delicate skin and keep them looking adorably stylish.
What makes 100% Organic Cotton so much better?
Organic cotton is cotton that is grown without the use of toxic pesticides and fertilizers that are normally used in the production of regular cotton. It is safe, non-toxic, non-allergenic, 100% plant-derived, more durable and feels much lighter on skin
Kind for Baby: Baby’s skin is very delicate, making it especially sensitive to environmental pollutants and chemicals which may cause irritated, inflamed skin conditions like Eczema. By choosing organic cotton clothing over conventional cotton, you are reducing/minimizing the chance of allergic reactions and skin irritations because you know there’s no way that the numerous toxic chemicals used in the production processes are getting anywhere near to your little one.
Kind for Environment: By not using products that contain harmful chemicals and pollutants, you will create a smaller carbon footprint and help prevent water contamination and soil erosion, thus contributing to a better environment overall.
Kind for the Pocket: Organic cotton is sturdier, and more durable as compared to conventional cotton; hence it does not break down as easily as regular cotton fibers which undergo chemical processes. In fact, organic cotton clothing can be washed ten times more than its conventional counterpart, which means less need to buy replacements, making it a more cost-effective alternative in the long run