December 07, 2020 2 min read
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What Dangerous Chemicals are in Nappies?
Did you know that there are a bunch of dangerous chemicals in conventional nappies? It’s true. That’s scary to think about considering a nappy is right up against your baby’s skin for most of the day and night. As a parent, you want to make sure that everything your baby encounters is safe and gentle for them to be around. Let’s investigate exactly what shouldn’t be in your baby’s nappies, and the safer option to have in your nappy bag for your little one.
The Kinds of Chemicals Conventional Nappy Companies Use
Some of the harmful and dangerous chemicals in nappies are chlorine, bleach, artificial fragrances, dyes, and phthalates. Phthalates are a category of chemical plastics that are used to make substances feel softer. It takes a ton of different chemicals to make those nappies super absorbent including tiny crystals that make up Super Absorbent Polymers (SAP). These crystals all come from a form of petroleum, which isn’t healthy for the baby’s skin because it has been proven to contain dangerous chemicals.
What You Should Use for Your Baby Instead
Happy Little Camper makes nappies that are chlorine-free and bleach-free, without any harmful VOCs or toxic adhesives to come in contact with your baby’s delicate system. They are truly the better alternative to conventional nappies that are full of nasty chemicals.
As a clean baby care company, Happy Little Camper makes natural, but absorbent nappies that actually work. With clean ingredients that won’t pose a health risk to your baby, our full line of nappies and wipes are a natural cotton base made with organic Aloe Vera. In fact, they work better than conventional nappies on all fronts with a Bio-Core Blend that is incredibly absorbent. No blowouts or leaks here for your baby.
You’ll love how they pamper and soothe your baby’s skin with organic Vitamin E as well. Less nappy rash equals a happier baby.
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