Eco-Friendly Baby Products
With the average household spending $10,000 on baby in the first year, one thing’s for sure: babies have big buying power! And most purchases for baby gear – like strollers, car seats, and playpens – are not necessarily the right ones because many products on the market today are made of harmful plastics and questionable materials. Unfortunately, labels can be hard to navigate, and we can’t necessarily trust the manufacturers of products or governmental regulations to be on our side when it comes to health and safety for our babies and for the environment.
Here’s a handy guide to products that you’ll want to steer clear of, and a list of eco-friendly or organic alternatives to look for when you’re out shopping for things like slings and strollers.