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Best Sustainable Clothing Brands For Babies And Toddlers

Organic And Sustainable Clothing For Babies And Toddlers That Are Practical, Functional, Eco-Friendly And Stylish

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Why Is It So Crucial To Switch To Sustainable And Organic Fashion?


Did you know that most children’s clothing is still treated with hormone disrupting flame retardant and carcinogenic chemicals like Azo dyes during the production process?

Unfortunately, this is how the textile industry operates—especially because ”fast-fashion” is in high demand and corporate greed far outweighs any consideration for consumer wellbeing—even a child’s.

Baby skin is thinner than that of an adult, and children in general don’t develop that thick adult-like skin until they reach puberty. So, until they do, their delicate skin is more susceptible to a plethora of hormone disrupting chemicals that can be found in many popular clothing brands.

And since fast fashion isn’t slowing down anytime soon (as much as we would like for it to)—we, as parents, have to do a little extra work and find alternative clothing brands that are void of any hazardous chemicals.

Personally, I’m fine with doing a little extra research.

What Fabrics Are Best For Babies And Toddlers?

Since babies and toddlers have delicate skin, it’s best to choose eco-friendly fabric that’s as natural and organic as possible.

Natural plant-based fabric such as organic cotton, hemp, linen and bamboo are all excellent choices when it comes to dressing your baby and toddler because they are all breathable, don’t require the use of pesticides, and are hypoallergenic.

Bamboo viscose is a personal favorite of mine because in addition to being hypoallergenic, it is also anti-microbial and naturally uv resistant.

Now that you know why sustainable children’s fashion is such a big deal, let’s take a look below at a few of our favorite sustainable clothing brands that both you and your child will love!

Going Green Is Easy With These Amazing Sustainable Children’s Clothing Brands!

BeyaMade

Beya Made

3 Months — 4T

Beya Made is a children’s sustainable fashion brand founded by a mom who used to work in the fast fashion industry. After realizing that disposable clothing is horrible for the environment, she launched a sustainable clothing line with ethically sourced stain-resistant fabric that grows along with your baby.

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Beya Made is all about linen—and you can choose from the most adorable tops, pants, and rompers that were designed to last and make awesome hand-me-downs. You can also take part in their trade up program and receive a $15 credit toward a new purchase when you send in your used Beya Made apparel (provided it’s in great condition).

Bamboo Little

Bamboo Little

Newborn — 9 Months

Bamboo Little was founded by a mom who believes that comfort and conservation should go hand in hand. So she developed a sustainable clothing line for babies made exclusively from bamboo.

This sustainable fashion brand for babies carries footies, rompers, bath towels, wash cloths, swaddles and baby blankets that are always gentle on your baby’s skin. The fabric colors are really adorable too!

Rylee + Cru

Rylee + Cru

Newborn — 14 years

Rylee + Cru is a small business who takes the ethical manufacturing process very seriously—from sustainably sourced cotton fabric to fair wages and beyond—this company plays by the rules big time.

When it comes to style, I particularly love this brand’s earthy tones, patterns and graphic designs. Riley + Cru has the cutest boho style designs that many minimalist moms love. The warm tones of each piece are also a must-have addition to your child’s closet and look fantastic in photo shoots.

Kyte Baby

Kyte Baby

Newborn — Size 7 (mom and dad too!)

Kyte baby was founded by a mom whose child had chronic eczema, and traditional fabric only made things worse. This mom went on to create a natural children’s clothing brand made from eco-friendly and hypoallergenic bamboo.

This all-natural children’s fashion brand carries all of the basics for babies, plus some really cool all-natural apparel for mom and dad! In addition to clothing, Kyte Baby also carries eco-friendly ring slings if you happen to be searching for organic babywear.

Posh Peanut

Posh Peanut

Newborn — Age 12 (mom and dad too!)

Posh Peanut is a charming family-owned online boutique that sells clothing made from sustainable bamboo viscose in sizes ranging from newborn, all the way to size 12. They even have matching outfits for the entire family, and shipping is always free!

This sustainable children’s clothing brand carries everything from bodysuits to fun dresses and more. And because each fashion piece is made from hypoallergenic bamboo, you’ll never have to worry about your little one feeling itchy or uncomfortable.

Patagonia Baby

Patagonia Baby

Newborn — 2T

I love Patagonia because this sustainable and responsible fashion brand uses renewable and recycled material to create high quality clothing for both young children and adults.

If it’s outdoor apparel you’re searching for, then Patagonia Baby is the clothing brand you want—hands down. It may be pricier than other brands, but there’s a good reason: it’s ethically sourced, ethically manufactured, and it’s incredibly durable.

Our Green House

Our Green House

Newborn — 24 Months

Our Green House is your one stop shop for all things safe and healthy when it comes to your home and your baby—one of them being ethically sourced fair trade products like children’s clothing.

This eco-friendly online store has a charming selection of organic baby clothing that’s both fair trade and GOTS certified. From bodysuits to outerwear, you’ll be sure to come across something that you’ll love!

Burt’s Bees

Burt’s Bees

Newborn — Size 7

As a mom of 2, I’ve definitely owned a few clothing essentials from Burt’s Bees! This eco-friendly baby brand makes all of their apparel from organic cotton, and gives back to charity organizations like Save The Children.

Burt’s Bees carries your everyday baby essentials consisting of body suits, rompers and pajamas. Their organic cotton fabric is durable, high quality, and available in soothing neutral colors and patterns that are perfect for both boys and girls.

Snug Bub

Snug Bub

Newborn — Size 6

Snug Bub is a really cool eco-friendly fashion brand that’s perfect for minimalists and families on tight budgets. Because in addition to using organic fabric, they carry both expandable as well as stain proof clothing for young children.

Snug Bub is a small family owned operation who were inspired by their own children to create clothing that would grow right along with their babies—reducing the need to constantly buy new sizes. Their brand helps parents save money, reduce closet clutter and minimize landfill textile waste.

Best Reusable Training Pants For Toddlers

The Best Reusable Cloth Underwear For Sustainable Potty Training

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My 3 year old just recently mastered potty training, but unfortunately, nighttime accidents sometimes still occur—and thank goodness for mattress protectors!

For a while we’ve had her in disposable nighttime diapers but eventually I decided that investing in a few reusable nighttime diapers was a better alternative.

Disposable diapers, no matter how ‘sustainable’ or ‘biodegradable’ they are, still contribute to landfill waste. Unless something is compostable and is actually placed into a compost bin with the necessary components to help break it down, it’s just going to sit on top of trash along with everything else.

Then there’s the money issue—as a society, we’re literally buying a product that we throw away the very same day. It makes much more sense to invest in a few top notch quality reusable diapers or training pants instead.

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What To Look For When Buying Reusable Training Pants

When shopping for quality reusable training pants, look for an absorbent inner layer and a waterproof outer layer—because those are important features.

When I first started shopping for reusable training pants, I honestly couldn’t find very many brands that offered what I was searching for.

I also made a huge mistake. I bought what I thought were waterproof training pants, but really these are just “thick cotton” underwear that are only good for catching a tiny amount of dribble. And I purchase them because they were marketed as ”training pants” (kind of deceiving). Here is my purchase:

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No, just…no.

Are these reusable cotton “training” pants super cute? Absolutely. Are they a smart buy when potty training? Absolutely not. And if you do get these, I highly recommend purchasing additional inserts to absorb the pee, because these do not—we learned the hard way.


I quickly realized that many reusable training pants are mis-advertised as waterproof —clearly they’re not—because my daughter’s pee went right through these and her bedsheets were soaking wet in the middle of the night.

I did decide to keep these though, because my daughter is tall and slender and these help keep certain pants and leggings to stay on her hips better during the day.

So what reusable training pants did I finally end up buying that are leak-proof and actually works for both day and nighttime potty training?

The Grovia My Choice Trainers.

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THE GROVIA MY CHOICE TRAINER

After our disappointing experience with the “thick cotton” underwear, I decided to try something a little more “high quality“, and came across the brand Grovia, and their line of My Choice trainers reusable training underwear with a convenient pull-up design.

I ended up ordering 3 pairs—plus two additional organic cotton inserts (boosters) for extra nighttime protection (just in case).

When they arrived in the mail, my initial reaction to seeing these reusable training pants for the first time was “wow—these are really pretty”.

The colors are warm and earthy, the fabric is well sewn together and soft to the touch, and they contain snap buttons in several key areas which allow for alterations as baby grows.

These cloth training pants also contain an inner pocket with an absorbent hidden layer of hemp/cotton blend, where you can add a booster cloth for extra absorbency during nighttime.

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Do The Grovia MyChoice Trainers Fit Comfortably?

The Grovia reusable training pants come in one size and they run small—but don’t worry, they’re adjustable!

My 3 year old is really slender (under 30 pounds) and they fit her perfectly. So for a thicker baby or toddler, I would definitely recommend purchasing at least one set of their side-flex plus panels which attach via snap buttons to the side of the trainers and comfortably expand the fit.

My daughter sleeps comfortably in these trainers and she’s excited to put these on every evening after her bath.

Great For Both Day Wear And Nighttime

The Grovia My Choice Trainers are a great way to help your little one transition from diapers to using the potty like a big kid.

They’re also great for just nighttime wear if your little one has a habit of wetting the bed.

Reusable cloth training pants are not only zero waste and environmentally friendly, but also non-toxic and help save money that can be better spent on other necessities.

So if you’re tired of spending money on disposable nighttime diapers and want a more sustainable way to potty train your little one, then I definitely recommend the Grovia My Choice Trainers.

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The Best Minecraft Alternatives For Kids

Fun And Free Downloadable Games For Kids That Are Just Like MineCraft

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When I was a kid, my classmates and I were obsessed with Mario, Zelda and Mike Tyson’s Punch Out, lol. Now I’m raising children who are obsessed with pickaxes and cement blocks.

How times have changed.

Earlier this year when my son turned 7, he came home from school one day and asked if I can download an online game for him called ”MineCraft”.

Now, I had heard about MineCraft, but I had never played it myself, so I had no idea what this online virtual game was all about, let alone if it was safe for a 7 year old child to play—and I definitely did not want to pay for an app that I wasn’t sure he was going to enjoy.

However, while at the app store, I noticed free apps with similar aesthetics to MineCraft—and I ended up downloading a gaming app called MultiCraft and other Minecraft “clones” that both of my kids enjoy to this day—even more than traditional video games.

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WHAT ARE THESE BUILD AND CRAFT GAMES ALL ABOUT?

As I’ve watched [in awe] my son play MultiCraft [in particular] for the past year, I’ve come to the conclusion that MultiCraft and similar apps are basically virtual LEGOs with endless possibilities.

Though these games allow you to choose between survival and craft mode, my son seems to enjoy the latter—he enjoys creating homes and building structures that never cease to amaze me. And I think it’s really neat that he’s found this love for engineering and architecture that I didn’t know he had.

In fact, one of my son’s favorite things to build in MultiCraft are treehouses.

These kid-friendly building apps also do not have any missions like MineCraft offers. And while there is a chat option to communicate with other players, my son doesn’t have a need to use it, and the kids that are on chat mode simply ask for help or tips on building stuff—it’s very rated G.

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THE BENEFITS OF LETTING YOUR CHILD PLAY WITH BUILDING GAMES

I have noticed several benefits to allowing my child play with building apps that consist of the following:

A Better Understanding Of Math And Engineering

I have noticed that since my son started playing MultiCraft, he’s more aware of and quick to point out geometric shapes everywhere we go. He’s also problem solving and figuring out how to make things fit together.

Developed Interest In Science (Particularly Geology)

MultiCraft has taught him all about different rocks and mining elements like obsidian, coal, iron, quartz, etc., and it’s really neat that he likes to research and learn more about these when he’s not on the app.

Fosters Creativity

As I’ve mentioned earlier in this post, my son’s newfound engineering and design skills have surprised me on many levels. He’s able to express his creativity in a safe and controlled virtual environment, and the pride that he has in his creations are priceless.

Helps Him Destress And Unwind

Building apps are a great way for your child to relax and unwind after a long day at school. When my son comes home from school, we allow him around 30 minutes of iPad time—which he really looks forward to.

These kid-friendly building apps are really great outlets, and I think that they are awesome alternatives to not only Minecraft, but traditional video games as well.

Some of these recommended apps are even made for players as young as 4 years of age, while most others are recommended for ages 9 and older (this is based on difficulty level, but I find that even my 3 year old can navigate those pretty well).


Without further ado, below are some of our family’s favorite Minecraft game alternatives for young children that your kiddo(s) will really enjoy.

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MULTICRAFT: Mine & Build

Developer: MultiCraft Studio

Age: 9+

Tagline: “World of unlimited opportunities.”

MultiCraft is the very first buidling app that I downloaded for my son and I honestly could not tell the difference between the actual MineCraft game and this free [copycat] version because the aesthetics are so identical.

This virtual building game contains almost the exact same features like: mobs, animals and building tools.

Like MineCraft, MultiCraft can be played in both survival and creative mode, and the only difference is lack of the infamous creepers. You do, however, get to spawn animals and villagers.

This game is for age 9 and up, but in my opinion it’s easy enough for a child as young as 6.

DINOCRAFT: Survive & Craft

Developer: Survival, Explore and Craft Games, LLC

Age: 9+

Tagline: “Dive into the world of prehistoric times with dinosaurs nearby. ”

In this app, your child is basically a caveman (or cavewoman) that can either build or play in survival mode.

This app is no different than all the other Minecraft alternatives with the exception of some really cool dinosaurs walking around.

Hence, if your child is into dinosaurs as well as virtual building, then this is a great app to download. This app is easy-going, easy to navigate, and the prehistoric theme is really cute.

BOOMCRAFT: Adventure & Building

Developer: Big8 Labs LTD

Age: 4+

Tagline: “An endless environment for building all your perfect buildings.”

Out of all the Minecraft clones, BoomCraft is perhaps the most basic and “little kid” friendly. It’s strictly all about building and doesn’t involve any mobs or weird creatures that try to raid your home.

BoomCraft is a very easy-going virtual game for kids, and easy enough for my 3 year old to navigate.

So if you’re looking for the most “rated G” building app out there, this is the MineCraft clone that you want to download.

KAWAII WORLD: Craft & Build

Developer: Bohdan Khylko

Age: 9+

Tagline: “a world of unlimited opportunities”.

Kawaii World may look feminine due to the pink color scheme, but both girls and boys, really enjoy playing this app.

This particular app begins with a pre-built house that your child can furnish and decorate, or you can venture out and build a whole new one.

Kawaii World gives your child the option of playing in both survival and builder mode, and your child can spawn a lot of really cute animals, villagers and traders.

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Best Reusable Toddler Snack Containers: Plastic Free And Sustainable

The Best Non-Toxic Reusable Snack Containers For Busy Toddlers

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When my children were toddlers, there were several essential items (besides diapers) that I absolutely had to have with us during outings at all times: a change of clothes, reusable sippy cups and snack containers.

Reusable snack containers are a wonderful feeding tool for older babies and toddlers that is often overlooked when parents shop for feeding supplies.

Snack containers are great for both indoor snack time as well as travel. It’s a great way for little ones to feed themselves in between main meals, and offers a chance for them to strengthen motor skills.

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN BUYING TODDLER SNACK CONTAINERS

When I’m out and about, I often see a majority of parents hand their little ones snacks in single-use plastic snack bags—which are neither healthy for the little one, nor the environment.

I also see a lot of reusable plastic snack containers, but those also contain chemicals that can leach onto food—even though they’re labeled as “BPA” free, companies always find loop-holes in manufacturing, and unfortunately, trade BPA in for other estrogen mimicking chemicals to create their product.

That’s why when it comes to snack containers—I prefer silicone, plant-based, cloth and stainless steel containers. And luckily, some of the best toddler snack containers are made from these types of material(s).

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Below are my top picks for the best plastic-free snack cups for toddlers that are perfect for both indoor snack time as well as outdoor adventures.

Some of these recommended toddler snack cups are multifunctional and can be used interchangeably as beverage containers as well.

Another feature that I really love about some of these eco-friendly snack containers is a soft flap lid that prevents spills, yet is gentle enough to allow little hands fo reach in and grab a healthy amount of food.

You’ll find that some come in the form of reusable pouches, resealable bags and collapsible cups—giving you several zero-waste options to choose from.

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BEST ZERO-WASTE SNACK CONTAINERS FOR TODDLERS!

BRAVE JUSTICE KIDS CO COLLAPSIBLE SILICONE SNACK CUP

Brave Justice Kids Co

The Brave Kids Justice Co silicone snack cups for toddlers have two unique features: a collapsible frame and a textured [easy-grip] handle—making these cups very convenient for travel. It’s also important to point out that these plastic-free snack cups are also especially great for older babies who are teething because the textured handle can double as a teether.

ZIP TOP REUSABLE SILICONE SNACK CONTAINERS

Zip Top

The Zip Top silicone snack bags for toddlers are an awesome alternative to disposable plastic snack bags! These reusable silicone bags stay open and zip shut—making it easy for your little one to grab food while preventing spills! These bags also come in assorted colors and each contains a different animal.

MUSHIE SPILL-PROOF SILICONE SNACK CUP

Mushie

The Mushie cup is the perfect self feeding container for toddlers on the go. It contains two easy grip handles and a flappy lid to prevent spills. I also really love the earthy colors that this cup is available in!

HAAKAA REUSABLE SILICONE POUCHES

Haakaa

For a delicious snack on the go in the form of rice cereal, yogurt or smoothie, the Haakaa reusable silicone pouch is the perfect container! This reusable snack pouch is made from food grade silicone, and has a slow flow which helps your baby or toddler get just the right amount of food to prevent choking.

PLAADESIGN REUSABLE SILICONE SNACK CUP

PlaaDesign

This spill-proof snack cup for toddlers is made from silicone and is incredibly easy for little ones to hold and grab out of. The silicone flaps keep food from spilling out while the inside contains measurements that allow for a precise fill!

STASHER REUSABLE SILICONE SNACK BAG

Stasher

The Stasher reusable silicone snack bags are the perfect size for little hands. These zero waste snack bags contain a ‘pinch loc’ seal and can even be written on. You can find these cute little reusable snack containers at The Natural Baby Co! They’re also great for mom’s snacks too!

HOFISH REUSABLE SILICONE SNACK CUP

Hofish

The Hofish collapsible silicone snack cup for toddlers is multifunctional and comes equipped with a lanyard, which is perfect for travel! This plastic-free cup can be used as both a snack container as well as a sippy cup, and also includes a lid as well as a reusable straw.

BUMKINS REUSABLE CLOTH SNACK BAG

Bumkins

The Bumkins cloth snack bag is an awesome alternative to single-use zip-lock bags. These reusable snack bags for kids can be washed and used over and over and again. I love the cute designs and the fact that older kids can fill these up with healthy snacks too!

CARROT’S DEN

Carrot’s Den

These super soft acorn-shaped toddler snack containers come in a pack of two and contain removable flappy lids and two easy grip handles—making these silicone cups multifunctional. Place water in one container and crackers in the other.

SPROUTWARE PLANT-BASED SNACK CUPS

These eco-friendly and non-toxic toddler snack containers by Sproutware come in a set of 3, and are made from a BPA and PVC free plant-based plastic.  These snack cups are stackable and safe for baby, as well as the planet!

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Best Eco-Friendly Gifts For Babies And Toddlers

Sustainable And Environmentally Friendly Gifts For Parents Raising Babies And Toddlers

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There’s a saying that children don’t always listen, but they never fail to imitate.

That’s why living a sustainable lifestyle is key to instilling an eco-conscious mindset in your children—it’s the best gift you can give them.

The holidays are approaching, and many parents are opting to shop for plastic-free Christmas gifts this year.

Whether I shop for my own two children, or someone else’s, my goal is to always purchase something that’s both sustainable as well as environmentally friendly—it doesn’t matter if it’s clothing, toys or even dinnerware.

Mostly everything these days is available in eco-friendly alternatives and the purchases are worth every penny.

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Why Are Eco-Friendly Gifts For Kids A Better Buy?

Whether it’s an eco-friendly toy or sustainable clothing, eco-friendly gifts for kids are simply a healthier option for both children and the environment.

Many children’s products these days are mass produced and infused with chemicals like BPA and toxic adhesives that shouldn’t make contact with anyone’s skin—let alone babies and young children.

But when you opt for products made from natural and sustainable resources, you’re ensuring that your child’s health won’t be compromised.

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What Are Some Examples Of Eco-Friendly Gift Ideas For Babies And Toddlers?

Eco-friendly gift options for babies and toddlers can consist of anything that’s made of natural or organic material with non-toxic components and can be easily recycled or composted. They are ethically and sustainably sourced, and do not leave a negative impact on our environment.

Wooden toys, reusable diapers, plant-based dinnerware and sustainable clothing are all great examples of eco-friendly gift options for young children.

Below are our top picks for non-toxic and environmentally friendly gift ideas for babies and toddlers that will spark joy for both the one little ones and their parents!

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Eco-Friendly Christmas Gift Picks For Babies And Toddlers

WOODEN MONTESSORI Style Activity Cube

This 20 in 1 Montessori style wooden activity cube by Boobo Toys is extremely well built and provides sustainable learning fun for your curious little toddler. Each component is ethically and sustainably sourced, and each purchase plants a tree! There are a ton of wooden activity cubes on the market, but not all are ethically or sustainably manufactured—that’s why the Beebo Toys activity cube is our top pick for an eco-friendly gift for toddlers.

RYLEE + CRU SUSTAINABLE CLOTHING

The Rylee + Cru is a sustainable clothing brand that makes their clothing with natural cotton—perfect eco-friendly gifts for babies, toddlers and young children. We love the soft earthy-clay colors and tiny patterns that add a little charm! See more of this clothing line at The Natural Baby Co!

WOODEN MONTESSORI CLIMBING GYM

WoodenLikes

An indoor climbing gym is a fun and healthy way to get your little one moving and strengthening those core muscles—especially during winter. The Woodenlikes wooden climbing set comes with 3 components that can be rearranged in various ways. With rounded corners and non-toxic adhesives, this fun indoor gym is a fantastic Christmas gift for active toddlers!

MONTESSORI SCOOPING SET

Warckon

This wooden Montessori scooping set by Warckon is an awesome gift for toddlers who love playing with sensory bins. It’s an eco-friendly and sustainable gift option that will assist toddlers with hands-on play as they dig and scoop!


VEER CRUISER

Veer

Wagon-stroller hybrids are trending, and they’re incredibly convenient for many occasions: travel, hiking, leisurely strolls. I always see moms picking up their older children from school with the younger tots in these wagons and the little ones look like they’re having a blast! With that said, if you’re considering a tactical wagon, Veer is the best of the best when it comes to aesthetics, quality construction and storage (it folds super flat).

WOODEN SENSORY BUSY BOARD

This adorable and eco-friendly busy board by BusssyJoy safely entertains your toddler while strengthening their gross motor skills! This Montessori style board is also completely sustainable and made from eco plywood—which is actually high quality natural wheat straw. It’s aesthetically pleasing to the eye, and comes in two color palettes—perfect for both genders!

PORTABLE COTTON TENT

Tiny Land

The Tiny Land cotton canvas tent is a very fun and charming gift idea for toddlers and preschoolers. It’s a place where the little ones can have some quiet time and enjoy a picture book. We love that it’s a gender neutral color and comes equipped with twinkle lights and and floor mat.

FLIP TODDLER ROCKER

Wishbone Design Studio

Made from sustainably harvested birch wood, this toddler ride-on by Wishbone Design Studio can be converted from a gentle rocker to a ride-on toy with a simple flip! It’s perfect for babies as young as 1 all the way up to age 5–making this non-toxic toy incredibly sustainable!

Non-Toxic Plush Dolls

Tikiri Toys

Organic and non-toxic dolls make fantastic eco-friendly gifts for children—especially if it’s their first doll. Babies and toddlers are always snuggling or mouthing their favorite toy, so it’s important that their dolls are as organic as possible. The Tikiri Toys dolls are one of our favorite non-toxic doll brands, and they have many cute styles to choose from. To learn more about eco-friendly dolls, see our article here.

LITTLE PITTERPAT Walking Shoes

Little Pitterpat

These cute hand-made crib shoes by Little Pitterpat make the perfect gift for first time walkers. They have durable outer soles that equip your little one with traction and stability, and come in various fun boho and earthy designs! See all of the adorable options at The Natural Baby Company!

ECO STACKING CUPS

Toy Safari

Babies and young toddlers love playing with stacking cups—and the Toy Safari “eco” stacking cups are the perfect plastic alternative! These eco-friendly stacking cups are non-toxic and made from biodegradable wheat straw—making these an awesome sustainable gift for kids!

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WOODEN WOODPECKER BABY WALKER

PlanToys

This baby walker by PlanToys makes a fantastic eco-friendly gift for babies and toddlers—it features a ‘click-clack’ sound when it’s pushed, and features two adorable woodpeckers whose heads move up and down with every step. This walker is also made from sustainably harvested rubberwood trees paired with surplus sawdust chips that are thermally reprocessed to form a durable wood, and finished with E-Zero non-formaldehyde glue, and non-toxic water-based dyes. 

BAMBOO DINNERWARE SET

Whether they’re babies or older toddlers, this bamboo dinnerware set by Bamboo Bamboo is an awesome eco-friendly gift idea! Each component is made from sustainable bamboo and eco-friendly silicone—perfect for a baby’s sensitive gums and teeth!

NATURAL BEECHWOOD TEETHERS

Walnut Tree Infant Love

These adorable wooden teethers by Walnut Tree Infant Love are made from natural and organic beechwood that’s non-toxic and fun for baby to chew on! It’s the perfect gift for parents of a teething baby that needs natural gum relief. For more information on natural baby teethers, see our article here.

GROVIA ALL-IN-ONE CLOTH DIAPERS

Grovia

Reusable cloth diapers are an awesome zero-waste alternative to single use disposable diapers. And the Grovia cloth diapers are some of the best around! It’s a great way to save money, reduce plastic waste and keep your baby’s skin healthy! You can choose from organic cotton, hemp/cotton blend and more! See all the options at The Natural Baby Co!

MONTESSORI WOODEN TOY SET

Promise Babe

This 5-piece Montessori style wooden toy set by Promise Babe is made from sustainable beech wood. Every toy in this eco-friendly gift set is non-toxic and completely safe for your little one to chew on. We love all of the diverse pieces from the rattles to teethers and everything in between!

WOODEN BABY PLAY GYM

Mallify

Baby play gyms are a wonderful opportunity to entertain baby while building their motor skills and strengthening their eyes muscles. But many baby gyms are made from plastic and contain hanging toys that aren’t made from eco-friendly material. Wooden playgyms like the one by Mallify are made with non-toxic wood, and contain fun wooden hanging toys suitable for chewing! It’s a sustainable gift for babies!

TODDLER’S FIRST COLORING BOOK

Honeysticks

The Toddler’s First Coloring Book from Honeysticks is hand-made in New Zealand from 100% recycled paper and features 40 large pages with simple images to spark creativity and play. It’s a fun eco-friendly gift that your little one will love!

WOODEN SWING SET

EcoTribe

For little ones who love to swing, this eco-friendly wooden swing by EcoTribe makes the perfect sustainable gift! It’s made from natural birch wood and equipped with cotton rope. It can be hung in a doorway, porch, or on a tree branch when the weather is ideal! It’s super unique and a great plastic alternative when it comes to swings, and there are several animals to choose from.

PATAGONIA OUTERWEAR

Patagonia makes amazing outerwear made from recycled material that looks incredibly cute. From recycled down jackets to fleece vests, these make awesome sustainable fashion gifts for kids. See all the available styles at The Natural Baby Co.

ACACIA HARDWOOD TODDLER STOOL

Sea Island Imports

Sea Island Imports make the coolest little stools from sustainable acacia hardwood. They have a ton of fun designs and these little chairs make awesome little “rustic” additions to your child’s playroom. These are really great to give as a sustainable gift for a young toddler as well as a preschooler.

HAND-MADE WICKER PRAM

Cackoo

This hand-made wicker doll pram by Cackoo is made from willow and water-based paint. It’s a charming gift for little ones who enjoy playing with dolls and have been wanting a doll stroller. We love the boho style of this doll carriage and little girls will love this as a gift!

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Non-Toxic Nail Polish Brands For Kids

A List Of Water-Based And Non-Toxic Nail Polish Brands For Kids That Are Mom Approved

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Little kids copy everything we grownups do—which means they want to paint their nails to look pretty just like mommy.

But, as we all know, conventional “grown up” nail polish isn’t safe for little ones to use. Nail polish is full of unhealthy chemicals and toxins that can harm your little one via fumes and accidental ingestion (kids like to put their hands into their mouth a lot). And it’s not worth risking their health and safety.

We recommend water-based nail polish instead. There are quite a few nail polish brands that make baby and kid-friendly peel-off nail polish that’s made with non-toxic ingredients and is completely safe to use.

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A Little Nail Polish History

Nail color has been around for quite some time. In fact, you’ll be pretty surprised to know that the trend dates back all the to way to 3,200 BC, where the Babylonians engaged in nail painting prior to battle, in order to distinguish rank.

Likewise, the practice was used by the Chinese dating back to 3,000 BC to distinguish class and dynasty. And ofcourse, by the Egyptians.

Only, nail color wasn’t made of the same toxic ingredients that we’re familiar with today. Not even close.

Ancient nail “polish” was made from natural ingredients such as kohl (a dark powder similar to charcoal), beeswax, and plant dyes—there was no formaldehyde, acetone or sulfates.

Nail polish today, on the other hand, is formulated with harsh and harmful chemicals, animal products and embalming fluid—check out 16 of the most common chemicals used in nail polish today:

1. Formaldehyde, 2. Formaldehyde Resin, 3. Toluene, 4. Xylene, 5. Acetone, 6. Phthalates (including DBP), 7. Camphor, 8. Parabens, 9. Ethyl Tosylamide, 10. Triphenyl Phosphate (TPP), 11. Animal-derived ingredients, 12. Styrene, 13. Bisphenol A, 14. Glycol Ether of Series E (Glycol ethers derived from ethylene oxide), 15. Nonylphenol ethoxylate, 16. Sulfate

Animals are also used to create certain shades of nail polish. You know that really pretty, pearly shimmer in nailpolish? That, unfortunately, is a result of fish scales. Then you have certain colors, like red shades, which require the need for boiled beetles, and animal fat to achieve a preferred thickness.

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Reasons To Use Water-Based Polish

Water based nail polish is non-toxic, hypoallergenic, and are void of harmful fumes; some are completely odorless while others contain fun safe scents. Nail polish for kids is also cruelty-free and does not contain any animal products.

Another great benefit to using water-based nail polish for kids is that most brands create ‘peel off’ formulas—which is convenient because kids like to switch up color all the time, plus, the use of a nail polish remover is not necessary!

If you’re considering purchasing water-based vegan nail polish for your child, then take a look at our recommended list of brands below!

Piggy Paint

Piggy Paint is a premium water based nail polish brand for kids that moms have trusted for the last 12 years and counting. Piggy Paint nail polish is odorless and contains zero toxic chemicals—no wonder their tagline is: “as safe as mud”. It’s even safe for pregnant moms to use as well! It’s also important to note that Piggy paint, though water-based, is not a peel off polish and does require nail polish remover (which they also make and is likewise non-toxic).

Miss Nella

Youtube video by: Miss Nella

Miss Nella is a water-based nail polish brand for kids that easily peels off—allowing your child to experiment with different colors as often as they like. Miss Nella nail polish comes in all sorts of fun vibrant colors and is arranged in fun packaging which is totally giftable and makes for fun stocking stuffers.

Klee Kids

Klee Kids “naturally good” nail polish is a paint and peel water-based nail polish that is non-toxic and odor free. The Klee Kids nail polish comes in adorable glass bottles that contain fun little jewels on top of the caps that little kids adore! These make super fun birthday gifts as well as stocking stuffers!

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Disney Princess

The Disney Princess nail polish set is a water-based peel off nail polish for kids that’s non-toxic and smells like bubble gum! If your little one loves Disney princesses, then they will love these fun nail polish colors that match their favorite princess. You can find Beauty And The Beast, as well as other Disney favorites on Amazon.

Hot Focus

Hot focus is a cute non-toxic and water-based kids’ nail polish that easily peels off and contains a pleasant creamy scent! This peel off nail polish comes in 5 fun vibrant colors and aesthetically cute containers!

Snails

Snails nail polish is a water-based non-toxic nail polish for kids that is odorless and easily peels off. We especially love the bottle design and cute accent pieces that each color contains—from bow ties to tutu ruffles, these are a must-have for “girly girls”.

How To Make A Child’s Bedroom Look Rustic

Fun Rustic Bedroom Decor Ideas To Turn A Kid’s Room Into A Cabin Oasis

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Rustic room decor is so homey and welcoming—no wonder many parents are choosing this route when decorating or making over their child’s bedroom!

The best thing about rustic bedroom decor is that for the most part, it’s gender neutral. Both boys and girls can enjoy a room where the great outdoors and cabin simplicity meet under one roof.

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Rustic room decor consists of many natural elements like wood and metal. To give a bedroom a cabin feel, you should incorporate a lot of wooden furniture that contain a warm brown tone, and metal wall decor to add some nice charm.

One trend that we see a lot of in rustic-themed kid’s rooms are woodland creature decorations. Bears, moose, pine trees and mountains give a room a special “feel” of being part of the outdoors—or in a lodge.

Below you’ll find furniture pieces, bedding and wall decor that give a room that cabin feel.

A Rustic Driftwood Bed

Donco Kids

A bed is the heart of the bedroom—it’s the first thing you see when you enter a room. That’s why wooden beds are an excellent option when creating a rustic theme in any bedroom, and we particularly love the Donco Kids driftwood bed frames that resemble front porches. Donco has many variations of these frames and they’re such fun pieces for kids rooms.

Rustic Lodge Pattern Rug

NiYoung

The right rug pattern can really help bring out a rustic theme to any room of the house, and looks great next to a rustic wooden bed! We love this lodge pattern rug by NiYoung. The woodsy colors, the pine trees, the forest animals—it alls ties together!

Rustic Toy Storage Cubby

Hoobro

Whether it’s book or toy storage you’re looking to incorporate into your child’s rustic themed bedroom, go for brown-toned wood which adds to a lodge look. We love this rustic wooden cubby by Hoobro. It has a warm and inviting look, plus plenty of storage space for both books and toys.

Rustic Lodge Quilt Set

Great Bay Home

Quilts make the perfect bedding when you’re designing a rustic style kid’s room—especially one with a forest theme which gives a cabin look to your bed. We love this gender neutral quilt by Great Home Bay. It’s light and airy yet works perfectly for a rustic theme.

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Rustic Floating Shelves

Sainthood

A couple of wooden floating book shelves add charm to a rustic themed bedroom. We love these rustic looking shelves by Sainthood—made from a combination of wood and iron combined with some forest theme images.

Indoor Teepee Tent

TreeBud

Kids love building forts and having their own little hideout for quiet time and imaginative play. That’s why we love this cotton canvas teepee style tent by TreeBud, which is perfect for an outdoor and rustic themed kid’s room!

Rustic Nightlight

Ebros

Every child’s room contains a nightlight, and this rustic themed lamp with a woodland creature by Ebros is too cute! The outer frame itself looks like a little tree stump and looks beautiful in both daylight and night time.

Mountain Range Coat Rack

Okuna Outpost

A wooden coat rack doesn’t just belong in the mudroom—they can be mounted onto the back of your child’s bedroom door as well! We love this wooden mountain range coat rack by Okuna Outpost because it’s perfect as a mask station and blends perfectly into an outdoor themed room.

Metal Wall Art

Adventure Awaits| Bear Head| Airplane Propeller

Lastly, add some rustic metal accent pieces to your walls which add unique charm to a rustic-themed bedroom. You can go for woodland creatures or anything that looks like a piece of the outdoors: mountains, cabins, trees, etc. Above are some of our favorite metal art designs that make fabulous wall decor!

DIY Halloween Costume Ideas For Kids

Cheap And Easy DIY Classic Halloween Costume Ideas For Minimalists

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Halloween is just around the corner, and if you’re like most parents, you and your child are contemplating this year’s Halloween costume for for some good old trick or treating.

But this year, finances might be tough, or you and your family just want to be as zero waste and minimalist as possible when it comes to trick or treating—and prefer to go with a DIY approach.

When it comes to minimalism, Halloween costumes should be simple. Some of the most classic Halloween costumes are excellent examples of minimalism at work—such as ghosts, mummies and witches, to name a few.

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There are also several reasons why avoiding store bought Halloween costumes, and creating your own, especially when it comes to kids, is actually a good thing:

Reason 1: Kids Outgrow Them


Unlike adults who are able to reuse their costumes, children tend to outgrow theirs. And you either end up donating or throwing them away. Either way, they’ll eventually make their way to the landfill. By making your own costume, you’ll be able to use parts that are at least biodegradable or recyclable.

Reason 2: You’ll Save Money

It seems like Halloween costumes get more and more expensive every year. By creating your own costume, you’ll save an average of $50.00—sometimes more.

Reason 3: Teaches Creativity

Creating a homemade Halloween costume with your child is a great bonding experience, and it encourages them to be creative!

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Classic Mummy

Mummy costumes are a very simple DIY, and can easily be put together using bandages or old bedsheets cut into strips. I don’t recommend toilet paper because it’s wasteful and tears easily.

Classic Robot

You can easily turn your little one into a robot using a cardboard box and cutting out arm holes on the side. Then decorate the box anyway you’d like! Paint or color on some buttons, rivets and maybe even a fun screen that says “loading”.


Classic Ghost

Probably the most classic and simple of all DIY Halloween costumes, the ghost costume simply requires a white or off-white bedsheet with holes cut out for the eyes. Make sure your child can walk safely by making the sheet an appropriate length.

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Classic Monster

Monster costumes can be as versatile as you’d like. You can create an oversized mask using a large brown paper bag from the grocery store and cut out openings for the eyes—drawing on the other facial features and making them as scary as you’d like.


Classic Fairy Princess

Fairy princess costumes can easily be made using cardboard boxes and construction paper. You can cut out a crown using construction paper and attach it to your child’s head using clips or string. You can use cardboard to create wings and attach them to your child’s back with yarn—like a backpack.

Classic Super Hero

Super hero costumes can easily be made using felt to create an eye mask, and a bedsheet or blanket can be used as a cape. You can also cut out a Superman symbol or Star from felt and attach it to your child’s shirt.

Space Alien

Turn your little one into a colorful space alien using a cardboard box and some construction paper. Cut out armholes on the side and decorate the rest with construction paper. You can create a hat with antennas using a smaller box and pipe cleaners for antennas.

What is a home made Halloween costume that you’ve created for your child? Let us know in the comments!

Plastic-Free Halloween Treat Options For Trick Or Treaters

Eco-Friendly Halloween Treats For Sustainable Trick Or Treating

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Around 600 million pounds of Halloween candy is purchased by Americans every year. And when you think about it, that’s actually a lot of plastic wrappers that are going to end up either in the landfill or your neighborhood sidewalks.

But, Halloween happens to be my favorite holiday, and I do participate in handing out treats—they just happen to be plastic free and low waste options.

Trying to come up with plastic alternatives to traditional Halloween candy can seem intimidating at first, but when you think about, there are actually quite a few items that you can hand out that trick or treaters will still enjoy—stuff that doesn’t even have to be candy—just think outside the box.

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Halloween Treats That You Shouldn’t Hand Out

Some things that you think might be a good eco-friendly Halloween treat idea, are actually a really bad idea. Below are some examples.

Homemade Goods


When it comes to eco-friendly Halloween treats, many people automatically think “homemade”. And while that’s ok to do for your child’s classroom Halloween party, strangers won’t be so keen to dig into your homemade rice crispy treats.

As a parent, I don’t trust homemade Halloween treats from people I don’t know—even if they live on my street. I just end up throwing them away because I don’t know what was placed inside.

Fruits & Vegetables

Fruit is another weird Halloween treat that people will most likely throw out. Like homemade treats, fruit can easily be tampered with, and plus, what 8 year old would want to haul around a banana in their candy bucket?

Toothbrushes

You don’t want to be that house that gets skipped every year because you give out toothbrushes. When it comes to Halloween and Trick Or Treating, kids want sugar, fun novelty items and more sugar. You’ll just end up getting your front yard TP’d.

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Boxed Candy

Nerds

One of the most low-waste candy options is handing out boxed candy—like Nerds! Boxed candy is eco-friendly because the packaging can be recycled. And Nerds have been sold in boxed containers for decades. It actually happens to be my favorite candy. And if you’re feeling extra generous, you can always go for theater-size boxes of Sour Patch Kid candy. Both of these are sold in bulk on Amazon.



Foil Candy

Fruidles

A lot of chocolate candy is wrapped in foil, which is totally recyclable provided that you clean off any remnants of food particles and make it nice and flat (not crumpled up). You can buy all sorts of foil wrapped chocolates like Hershey Kisses, or my personal favorite (since I was a kid), Halloween themed chocolates with scary monster faces! Those are iconic and I am stoked that they still sell them on Amazon! Yes, the packaging that houses these gems is plastic, but they are individually wrapped in foil and you can’t win ‘em all.

Paper Wrapped Candy

Pixie Sticks

Pixie sticks are one of the many delicious candy that come packaged in paper, which is both biodegradable and compostable. These paper wrapped candies are available in bulk (pack of 300 sticks) on Amazon.

Soda Cans

Soda Can

Soda cans are a pretty cool treat to give out, and you don’t even have to give out full sizes—just get the pint size mini variety at your local grocery store. Aluminum cans are recyclable and kids are already allowed to binge on candy for this one night of the year so a little soda won’t hurt. Plus, parents will be probably steal it and drink it as they walk from house to house. I would.

Silicone Bracelets

DIYASY

Silicone bracelets can be reused an endless amount of times—plus, they’re fun. Kids love bracelets, and they’ll be sure to put them on right after they receive them! This bulk pack by DIYASY is under $10 for a pack of 40, which is a great deal!

Mini Pumpkins

Mini Pumpkins

Mini pumpkins are a Halloween staple, and although they’re not “sweets”, they’re still pretty cool to give out as Halloween treats. Kids can take these home and decorate them. You can get quite a few for cheap at your local pumpkin farm or farmer’s market. Moms will probably even use them as decor for Thanksgiving. It’s a win-win.

Pencils

Outus

Halloween themed pencils and rubber erasers actually make pretty decent Halloween treats. I would sometimes get them as a kid and I didn’t mind at all. You can actually buy them in bulk like this set by Outus which comes in a 101 piece set for under $20.

Best Reusable Face Masks For Kids

Breathable Face Masks For Back To School That Provide Excellent Coverage For Little Faces

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It’s that time of year again where kids need face masks for back to school—including my own.

With the Delta variant spreading rapidly across the country, schools are requiring that children wear face masks both in school and on the bus—which ensures that they stay protected from possible exposure to Covid-19.

But, not all masks are created equal, and some are down right uncomfortable because they don’t fit properly—making them ineffective. That’s why it’s important to invest in a reusable face mask that not only has essential features recommended by the CDC, but also positive reviews by previous customers. It’s also important to go for functionality over cute aesthetics.

Essential Face Mask Features

According to the CDC, face masks should have two or more layers of breathable and washable fabric. They should snugly cover the nose and mouth leaving no gaps, and should contain a nose wire to prevent air from escaping from the top—which, if you wear eye glasses, can result in condensation forming on your lenses.


Eye Glass Wearers

The very first time that I bought my son a reusable mask, I went for “cute” instead of functional. He really wanted a Wall-E mask, so I went on Etsy and found one that he really liked. However, when it arrived and he put it on, he could barely breathe, and his glasses fogged nonstop.

Needless to say, I learned from that mistake.

And this year, I did a ton of research on face mask ‘anatomy’ and found a mask that not only fits my child’s face properly, but also doesn’t fog up his eyeglass lenses.

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The reusable face mask that I initially purchased was flat, single layered, didn’t have a nose bridge wire, didn’t have a filter, and the fabric produced a lot of condensation. Children need the exact opposite—especially if they wear glasses.

The face mask that works best for my eyeglass wearing child is curved and snug with a nose bride wire and adjustable ear loops. The face mask is also made of moisture wicking fabric which produces less condensation, and contains a replaceable filter (it’s the first mask listed below by HaloLife).

Pro Mom Tip: You can also place a bandaid on top of the nose bridge for extra closure to keep air from rising if you still find that your child’s eye glasses fog even with a mask that contains a nose bridge wire. It also works to help hold a mask in place that is a little too loose.

Below are my top face mask recommendations for children based on what my son wears. These reusable masks also contain features that are recommended by the CDC and have very positive reviews.

*They may not fit toddlers and preschoolers with tiny faces*

I also recommend hand-washing (or washing on a gentle cycle) and air drying face masks, as cloth face masks tend to shrink in the dryer.

HaloLife Face Masks

HaloLife

HALOLIFE is perhaps one of the best masks on the market right now due to their trademarked nanofilter technology.

The nanofilters within these face masks are composed of strands that are smaller than a strand of hair, capturing the tiniest of particles and pathogens while still allowing the maximum airflow. The masks also contain moisture wicking bamboo lining which greatly reduces condensation—great for eyeglass wearers.

*They sell out quickly—but you can try size adult small for bigger kids!*

Features

  • Sizing: Fits most kids between 3 and 12 years old
  • Includes 1 replaceable HALO Nanofilter™ good for 200+ hours. 
  • Replaceable latex nose pad prevents fogging and air leak
  • Chin wrap provides an air-tight seal
  • Super-breathable Cotton (92%) with Spandex (8%) for flex and durability
  • Soft moisture-wicking lining is ultra-comfortable, even for long wear  
  • Adjustable embedded nose clip and ear-loops make a perfect fit
  • Antibacterial and hypoallergenic materials used

Inexgear The Better Mask for Kids™

The Inexgear Better Mask For Kids provides 3 layers of protection and is strategically tailored to avoid obstructing your vision and designed to accommodate glasses. The mask includes an integrated chin cup while fitting comfortable under the chin.

Features

  • Real protection – Nanofiber filtration and antimicrobial treatment.
  • Comfortable fit – Secure-but-not-restrictive, with a soft, customizable nose bridge, and adjustable ear loops with toggles for added comfort.
  • Outer layer – highly breathable INEXSHELL™ 100% cotton fabric with antimicrobial treatment.
  • INEXSHIELD – 100% nanofiber filtration helps block harmful airborne contaminants.
  • Inner layer – 100% polyester fabric with antimicrobial treatment is soft, moisture-wicking and cooling for next-to-face comfort.

Masked For School

Masked For School

The Masked For School face masks are reusable and eco-friendly. The outer layer of these masks are made with RecycleveTM (100% certified recycled polyester fabric) to help keep waste out of landfills. 

Features

  •  High-tech material: Made with an innovative material that has been tested for quality.
  •  3 layers:  Inner layer is made with absorbent polyester with antibacterial material sewn in, the middle layer is a 100% cotton/polyester lining, and the outer layer is made of non-absorbent Recycleve™, 100% recycled polyester.
  •  Meets World Health Organization mask standards: 3-layers, breathable, absorbent inner layer, and non-absorbent outer layer
  •  Antibacterial layer: Made with zinc oxide that destroys bacteria and the antibacterial material maintains its effectiveness after multiple washes.
  •  Water-resistant: Prevents your face mask from getting soaked. The water resistance level will be maintained for up to 20 to 30 washes and the mask dries quickly. The mask can still be used in dry conditions after 20 to 30 washes. 
  •  Adjustable ear loops: Provides more comfort and helps close any gaps around the face.
  •  Nose bridge: Creates a better fit around your face.

Mask By Design

Mask By Design is another top notch, excellent quality face mask brand for youth that comes in over 40 designs.

These kids face masks contain three layers of fabric which provides extra protection against dust and particles. The inner layer is 100% cotton for comfort and breathability. The middle & outer layers are 95% Polyester and 5% Spandex.

These face masks for kids also contain a side pocket for filter insertion, adjustable ear loops and an adjustable nose bridge wire. (Filters are sold separately, but do not prevent the masks from doing their job as the mask contains a triple layer of protection).

CoRevival Face Masks

CoRevival face masks for kids have a really unique design and they’re especially great face masks for kids with eyeglasses.

These face masks contain a nose flap that adds extra protection, keeps the masks from sliding down, and keeps condensation from forming on eyeglass lenses.

In addition to the nose flap feature, these face masks for kids are made from soft and hypoallergenic cotton, contain adjustable ear loops and are lightweight and breathable.

Stephen Joseph Face Masks

Stephen Joseph

These face masks for kids by Stephen Joseph offer triple layer protection and contain a super soft cotton lining which is great for children with sensory issues.

The Stephen Joseph masks contain an adjustable nose bridge wire as well as adjustable ear loops. They also come with a filter pocket and reusable zipper pouch with a handy carabiner to keep it clean when not on your face.

Woplagyreat Face Masks

Woplagyreat

The Woplagyreat face masks for kids are another great brand with great quality, breathable face masks that offer 3 layers of protection.

These cotton face masks contain an adjustable nose bridge wire and adjustable ear loops for a comfortable and secure fit.

These face masks for kids also come in a set of 4 which is great because your child can rotate the different designs while you wash the others.

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