Play it Safe

Plastic toys that contain bisphenol A (BPA) and phthalates, suspected hormone disruptors, have already been banned in some places. Eco-parents should consider wooden or organic cotton toys, especially with teething babies, since these potentially toxic chemicals are more likely to leach out when babies chew or suck on the toys. So ditch that “rubber” ducky…oh no!

Perennial Toys has some safer bath toy options if you want to check out their shop. They Perennial Toys creates toys and gifts that enhance a child’s understanding of Earth’s habitats. We focus on aquatic habitats and the endangered animals that depend on these sensitive environments. EachPerennial product also reflects our mission to manufacture and promote eco-friendly toys and gifts. Plus, a percentage of all purchases goes to wildlife conservation efforts.

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