The Best Eco-Friendly Baby Products

When it comes to your baby, every day is an opportunity to go green. Luckily, it’s never been easier — or more affordable — to find eco-friendly and organic baby products that don’t bring harmful chemicals and toxins into your home, but help the planet, too. Because what better gift can you give your child than ensuring that they have a safe and clean world to grow up in?

From simple nursery swaps to diaper bag essentials, check out our curated list of best organic baby products.

 

The Honest Company Organic All-Purpose Balm

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A blend of all of the organic goodness from the Earth, The Honest Company All-Purpose Balm nourishes your little one’s skin with a hydrating formula you can feel good about. With organic sunflower seed, coconut, and olive oil as a base, you can use this gentle balm from head to toe.

 

 

Apple Park Frenchy Fox Plush Organic Farm Buddies

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This sweet little farm buddy is made of 100% organic cotton. Your baby can snuggle up with, squeeze, and even gnaw on this dapper fox. The naturally hypoallergenic materials means your newborn can enjoy Frenchy Fox without any post-play irritation. Perfectly sized for your baby, the head has a concealed rattle that they will absolutely adore.

 

 

Burt’s Bees Baby Shampoo and Wash

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You’ll want to stock up on this 100% natural shampoo and wash that’s gentle enough to use on baby’s skin every day (and after every major mess). The formula is naturally tear-free, too.

 

 

 

John N Tree Organic Cotton Baby Protective Pillow

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Rest easier knowing your little darling is snoozing or resting on something safe. Free from dyes, this pillow features hypoallergenic stuffing and a 100% certified-organic cotton fabric.

 

 

 

Babyletto Lolly Convertible Crib

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There’s more than one way to be green. While this clever baby crib is made with sustainable New Zealand pinewood and has a nontoxic, lead-free finish, it also converts to a toddler bed — and later on, to a daybed for your guest room — with the included conversion kit. Buying fewer pieces of furniture and finding ways to reuse and recycle what you have puts more green (as in dollars!) in your pockets.