Organic Baby + Kid Leggies

Organic Baby + Kid Leggies
Item# OW9
Availability: Usually ships the next business day

Product Description

This gift includes:
-1 pair of leggies from Baberoo ethically made in China with 80% organic cotton and 13% Polyester, 5% Spandex, 2% Elastene. Leggies protect little knees when baby is crawling, make diaper changes and potty training easier, and protect baby's & kid's legs (and also arms) from the sun and the cold in a fashion way!
Size: 0-5 years
Design: Select Rainbow, Polka Dots, Ballerina Laces, Pink/White Stripes or Blue/White Stripes.

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Gift Wrapping
All our gift sets are wrapped in 100% recycled kraft and tissue papers and tied with raffia or hemp twine. You can add a gift message during checkout.

Why Organic Cotton is Better than Conventional Cotton?
-No chemicals: Organic cotton is grown without pesticides and fertilizers, unlike conventional cotton, which uses 25% of the world's insecticides and 10% of the world's pesticides. For instance, it takes roughly a third of a pound of pesticides and fertilizers to grow enough cotton for just one T-shirt.
-Better for human health: Organic farming prevents farmers and the local population from being exposed to hazardous chemicals. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers 7 of the top 15 pesticides used on cotton in the year 2000, in the United States, as "possible", "likely", "probable", or "known" human carcinogens.
-Better for the environment: Organic farming prevents soil erosion, protects air and water quality for plants and animals, and preserves species biodiversity through crop rotation.
-Safer product especially for a baby's sensitive skin: Clothing or toys made from organically grown cotton are free of much of the harmful chemical content present in conventionally grown cotton. Bleaches, formaldehyde, and other chemical finishes are also used in non-organic textile manufacturing. Even after washing a cotton shirt many times, chemical traces remain.