Formaldehyde is used in science labs -
why is it used on standard baby clothes?
Formadehyde was described in 2011 by the US National Toxicology Program as "known to be a human carcinogen". Amazingly this is one of the cocktail of chemicals of chemicals used to “finish” Standard Baby Clothes, to stop them wrinkling and to add an articifial crispness. Rajana Katta MD, Associate Professor of Dermatology advised me to “seek out garments labelled Chemical Free”.
Harsh chemicals are used in most Baby Clothes,
like those from Tesco, Mothercare, Gap, even Mini Boden and The White Company. These companies use chemicals like Formaldehyde, Azo Dyes, Dioxin, Bromines, Urea Resins and Sulfonamides on your baby’s clothes.
The only way to be certain that You are Giving Your Baby the Healthiest Start to Life, is to find clothes marked with a “Chemical Free” label.
AM I ALONE?
With all these High Street names using Harsh Chemicals in their Baby Clothes, it comes as no surprise that Baby Sensitive Skin Problems have increased in the UK by 500% in the last 50 years. (Dermatology IS 2012).
Babies in the UK currently suffer from sensitive skin problems an average of one week in every month.
OUR CLOTHES ARE CERTIFIED “CHEMICAL FREE”
You can be certain that there are no Chemicals on Beaming Baby Clothes. We employ a Certification Group called ‘GOTS’. They regularly carry out a thorough inspection of our premises, people and processes to check that everything is being done correctly and with NO HARSH CHEMICALS.
Every baby needs a beautifully soft baby clothes - completely chemical free so it won’t irritate their sensitive baby skin. We made every consideration for your baby's health and happiness when we created this range of chemical-free clothing.
Made from 100% Certified Organic Cotton
Kinder to the planet and so much nicer for sensitive skin and eczema.