Why Organic Mattresses Are Best For Your Baby

It may surprise you to learn that much of the conventional mattresses on today's market contain chemicals that can harm your child. This article will discuss some of the benefits and risks associated with choosing an organic cot mattress over a traditional one - including better skin health, reduced risk or allergies, improved sleep quality for both parent and child.

For any new parent, the day can start early and end late. With nappies to change in between play time, it's hard for newborns to get all their rest at night with so many choices for bedding materials on offer today: organic cotton sheets or wool blankets? The answer is natural bedding- not just because these are more eco-friendly but also because babies need a good sleep while they are sleeping and maturing into the healthy child you want them to be. 

Parents who spend their days working hard from morning to night want just enough hours left at the end of each day for quality time with their child before tucking them into bed. But this becomes difficult when deciding on which product will work most efficiently while still giving our precious ones a comfortable place where you know they will be safe. 

  • Synthetic mattresses are cheaper than natural options like wool or cotton, but what's the deal? Synthetics often mean you'll have allergies because it is difficult for your body to breathe in them; plus synthetics also means there may be plastics involved in their production which is bad for your baby and the environment. 

  • Sleeping on an organic mattress will not only make you feel better, it is less harmful for the environment. Unlike mass-produced conventional mattresses that are usually made from artificial fibres such as polyester, chemical dyes and fire retardants which can cause skin allergies, respiratory problems and have been shown to pollute waterways with toxic chemicals; people who sleep in natural beds like ours enjoy increased air quality due to our lack of synthetic materials used in manufacturing.

  • Synthetic fibres often have toxic and harmful side effects, which can affect both babies as well as adults. Synthetic fibre mattresses also pose dangers for a baby's health because they are difficult to clean and maintain - creating an unhealthy environment with low air flow that may promote bacteria growth.

With the rise of bedding trends, we've seen a shift in types and material that has been used to make mattresses. The organic difference is this: an organic mattress is made from materials such as natural latex, wool, and cotton - all considered hypoallergenic. Natural rubber plants provide the material for most mattresses today; these are handmade by skilled craftsmen who use their fingers instead of machines while working with them because they know how important it is not to damage any part of the plant or its roots so you can avoid those nasty chemicals (and pesky bugs). Wool offers unique properties like being able to "wick away" moisture when it's hot or insulate you with warmth when it gets cold outside--making this wonder fabric, for both adults and babies. 

Snoozel Green, a company committed to creating products that are safe and healthy for your little one without any synthetic chemicals or pesticides. Snoozel Green provides parents with solutions so they can sleep easy at night knowing their baby is protected from allergens due to the natural materials used in production.

Snoozel green has been diligently working with experts on the best ways of protecting babies' sensitive skin while still providing them an environment conducive enough to drift off peacefully--an issue all parents face when caring for young children during nap time and nighttime hours.

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