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Now, detox toddler wardrobe with BabyBam Collection
25
Jan '08
For parents seeking to detox baby's wardrobe, the solution is the new online "green" baby clothing store BabyBam Collection.

The evolution of BabyBam Collection was a true labor of love born out of CEO Jody Graziano Jonas' two strongest passions her sons and the environment.

Both of Jonas' children were born with severe milk sensitivity that contributed to easily irritated skin. The only material her children could wear eco-friendly, sustainable, and super soft bamboo.

"We are delighted our beautiful, functional, and environmentally friendly baby line is now available nationwide," said BabyBam Collection CEO Jody Graziano Jonas.

"Skin allergies, such as atopic dermatitis, are one of the fastest growing chronic childhood diseases. As the number of infants with lactose intolerance as well as those needing gluten-free and soy-free products rises each year -- so do skin allergies.

For many families 'green' parenting is not just a trend -- but a necessity. Our exceptionally soft bamboo and organic cotton onesies, pants, pajamas, and towels are naturally hypoallergenic, moisture wicking and anti-bacterial thus preventing odor and newborn skin irritations," added Jonas.

BabyBam Collection bamboo clothing feels as soft as cashmere and looks like expensive Pima or Egyptian cotton and drapes like silk.

In addition to looking and feeling sumptuous, bamboo's benefits include:
- One of the world's best sustainable resources


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