Is Organic Baby Clothing Worth the Hype?

By Reese Cohen

Baby Registry

Every parent wants the best for their children, organic baby clothing that is said to be perfectly safe tempts so many people. This issue is getting more pressing today as the number of children suffering from various skin disorders is increasing.

However, are organic fabrics really that different from non-organic baby clothing?

The difference is definitely there as the plants for organic fabrics are grown without the use of insecticides and other chemicals that might be dangerous for the baby.
If the fabric is 100% organic, it must also be produced without the use of any chemicals. This is where the issue gets difficult as the mass production of cloth relies heavily on some specialized solutions. In the end, no fabric can be made completely chemical free.

Another issue you will need to consider is the fact that environmental pollution is so widespread that there is hardly a part of the land not touched by it in some way. Therefore, even if the manufacturer doesn't use any pesticides and insecticides, some of them might be in the ground already as they are carried from other fields together with the ground water. Even rainwater carries some pollutants today, so no plant is 100% chemical free.

Taking these two facts into account, it becomes obvious that organic fabrics aren't as perfectly safe as they are made out to be. Of course, there is no arguing the fact that they contain a smaller amount of potentially dangerous chemicals. However, they still carry some "poison" in them and any claims to the contrary are false.

On the other hand, everything in the environment is polluted to some extent, even the air we breathe. Therefore, it's impossible to protect your baby from these chemicals completely. What you should really do is aim to reduce their exposure to the most dangerous of them.

So, avoiding synthetic fabrics is a must.

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Diaper Rash Remedies to Protect Your Baby

By Rajasekhar Reddy - Register Today to Save 5%.

It is a common and general fact that most of the babies do get diaper rash at some point. Irrespective of the fact that you have been very careful rashes, after all, do appear sometimes. But you need not get perturbed; there are many remedies which you can use to protect your little one's bottom. So, plan well in advance. This article will tell you how to take care of diaper rash as well as avoid erupts. Your kid's little bottom will surely be grateful to you!

The different reasons why a baby gets diaper rash:

• When a dirty or a wet diaper is not changed for a long time
• Rubbing or scratching against the napkin itself
• Yeast contagion
• Bacterial infection
• Diaper allergic reaction

An undamaging rash which often appears on a kid's scalp is known as cradle cap which at times also appears on his bottom. The medical name for this is seborrheic dermatitis. It appears as red wax and scaly patches, red in color. But you need not worry too much about that because eventually it disappears without treatment.

Below are a few simple, but effective baby diapering approaches which will help keep those baby-bottom rashes at bay. Hence, follow them and let your little one sit pretty and be happy.

Increase the pace of changing diapers

In order to prevent diaper rash on your kid's bottom, you have to remember a very important fact and that is to replace the soiled diaper, immediately with a clean and dry one. The reason is that when the skin is wet for a long time, then it becomes more vulnerable to rash- breeding enzymes. Hence, you as a parent must keep changing your little one's nappy even if she is fussing for the change or not.

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