Dandelion eco-ssentials for baby

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Maybe it’s because I’m a relatively new mother, but I am positively petrified of chemicals that can be found in items such as teethers, bottles, and feeding bowls. For this reason I’ve gone out of my way to source and purchase BPA-free containers and wooden teethers but I’m the first to admit attractive items haven’t been that easy to find.

Enter Dandelion, an American website offering ‘earth-friendly goods’ for baby such as organic rattles and teethers, developmental toys, natural feeding implements and totes. Made from organic fabric with natural corn filling, each item is sold in 100 per cent recyclable packaging and provides piece of mind for mums like me out there.

I love how aesthetically pleasing the range is and I’m a fan of the muted green shades used. Personally, I’m putting the duck teether on my shopping list – not only is it ultra-cute, I also love that it has that special crinkle paper that babies love.

The toys are available from Bebe Online but if you’re keen on the feeding bowls or utensils made entirely of corn, Dandelion ships internationally.

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