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    Why you should choose organic cotton for your baby

    Why you should choose organic cotton for your baby

    If you're a parent, expecting parent or know someone who is, you've probably heard of the many benefits of organic cotton for babies. In this blog post, we'll explore why you should choose organic cotton for your little one, and why it's worth the investment.

    Firstly, what is organic cotton? Organic cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. Organic farming methods avoid the use of toxic pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Instead, organic farmers use natural methods like crop rotation and composting to improve soil fertility and control pests.

    Now let's talk about why organic cotton is a great choice for babies. Here are some of the key benefits:

    1. It's gentle on baby's skin

    Babies have delicate skin that is more prone to irritation and allergies. Conventional cotton is often treated with chemicals and pesticides that can cause skin irritation and other health issues. Organic cotton is free from these chemicals and is therefore a much gentler and safer option for baby's delicate skin.

    1. It's better for the environment

    Organic cotton farming methods have a much lower impact on the environment compared to conventional cotton farming. The use of pesticides and synthetic fertilizers in conventional farming can pollute the air and water and harm wildlife. Organic farming methods, on the other hand, promote healthy soil, conserve water, and protect biodiversity.

    1. It's a sustainable choice

    Organic cotton is a more sustainable choice because it promotes biodiversity and supports healthy ecosystems. It also helps to reduce the carbon footprint of cotton production, as organic farming methods often require less energy and resources compared to conventional farming.

    1. It's durable and long-lasting

    Organic cotton products are often of higher quality and last longer compared to conventional cotton products. This is because organic cotton fibers are stronger and more resilient, making them less likely to wear out or tear.

    1. It's ethical

    Choosing organic cotton products means supporting ethical and fair trade practices. Many organic cotton farmers are paid fairly for their work and have safe working conditions.

    In conclusion, choosing organic cotton for your baby is a smart choice for their health, the environment, and the farmers who grow it. While organic cotton products may be slightly more expensive than conventional cotton products, they are worth the investment in the long run. Plus, you can feel good knowing that you're making a positive impact on the world and setting a good example for your little one.

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    Stardust Collection by Buck & Baa

    Ooooh she's a good one! After a hibernation period over winter, we're ready to shake off the snow and leap head first into Spring with a brand new, beautiful range.

    A collection full of ice cream shades, soft but strong fibres and nature inspired prints. These pieces were made to run in the surf, eat drippy ice-creams and make sand castles...then chuck in the washing machine at the end of a memory-making day.

    Made from organic cotton, you will find bodysuits, leggings, sweatshirts, trackpants, t-shirts, dresses and baby essentials too.

    Launching August 2022

    Organic Cotton clothing and accessories for babies and young children - this range goes from Newborn to five years.


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    Winter is coming...

    We have some amazing clothing pieces for babies and young children in our Buck & Baa Winter 2020 range. 

    Here are some sneak peeks... 


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    You can compost your Buck & Baa clothing

    You can compost your Buck & Baa clothing

    How to compost your much-loved Buck & Baa Garments: 

    Once your Buck & Baa garments have been handed down a couple of times and no longer have wear life, you can pop them in the compost bin!

    Here's a step by step on how to compost your organic cotton clothing:

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