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cloth nappies will protect your baby from unnecessary exposure

Health + Wellbeing

Information about the chemicals used in disposable nappies is not made to be easily accessible to consumers. In Australia manufacturers do not have to disclose all their ingredients and most refuse to do so. So it is confronting as a parent to learn that disposables really do contain toxic chemicals, such as dioxins, sodium polycarbonate, tributyltin and phthalates that are linked to long-term health conditions.

Dioxins are a by-product of chlorine, which is used to bleach disposables. They are listed as carcinogenic chemicals and are banned in most countries! 

Sodium polycarbonate is the absorbent compound used in disposables. This chemical was removed from tampons due to toxic shock syndrome concerns.

Phthalates make the plastic in disposables softer and resilient. They are known endocrine disruptors and may be carcinogenic.

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don't despair - We've got you
Let Little Eco Baby provide safe modern cloth nappies made from non toxic natural fibres. So you can relax knowing you are ensuring the best overall health for your Little Eco Baby.