We're sure, like any other parent, you are concerned with what your baby puts in his mouth and here's a little helpful guide as to the reasons why:
You'll definitely want to avoid any plastic teethers that contain BPA, PVC or phthlates:
BPA or bisphenol-A is a plastics chemical that mimics estrogen and disrupts the body's hormonal systems. Many companies also simply replace BPA with BPS (bisphenol-S, which is just as toxic, if not more than BPA!) so just because a product is marked as BPA-free doesn't mean it's safe
PVC or polyvinyl chloride is the third most common plastic in the world and also the most toxic!
Phthalates are chemicals added to plastics to make them soft and supple. They don't bond to plastic though, so over time they leach out - a big no no!
We are thrilled to feature a wonderful family that has been a loyal fan of our brand since the beginning. We are proud to announce that we have selected a pair of Beansof the Month, 5-week old newborn Caspian Bean and his charming and curious older brother Theodore Bean!Originally from England, this family now calls Dubai home. We are delighted to document their special family moments and create memories that they will treasure for years to come. Thank you, Mommy Rachel (@rachelashcroft) for sharing their heartwarming story and their wonderful experience with our brand.
Are you an eco-conscious fashion enthusiast? If so, you may be familiar with the term "bamboo fabric." This material is created from the fibres of the bamboo plant and has gained popularity as an eco-friendly alternative to traditional cotton and synthetic fabrics. In this blog post, we will explore what bamboo fabric is, how it is made, its eco-friendly features, and the benefits of wearing bamboo clothes.