Archive for October, 2009

Is Your Baby Absorbing Chemicals From Skin Care Products?

Thursday, October 29th, 2009


baby-in-bath1We’re not in the skin care business at Naturepedic but we do care about babies being exposed to chemicals – which is why we get our crib mattresses certified by GREENGUARD and by the Global Organic Textile (more…)

Naturepedic Crib Mattresses – Born and Bred in the U.S.A.

Monday, October 26th, 2009


madeinusa2At Naturepedic, we don’t have a political agenda – or any other agenda for that matter, other than our obvious concerns about our health and environment – but, like all Americans, we do want to support (more…)

Naturepedic Crib Mattresses Top the Awards List

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009


baby-logo
Baby Body Guards recently reviewed our crib mattresses, along with researching other crib mattresses on the market, and found out
something I didn’t actually know – we have
received the most awards and (more…)

3 Ways to Eliminate Toxins in Your Baby’s Nursery

Monday, October 19th, 2009


yellow nurseryMany people are becoming aware of the dangers of toxic chemicals, which is one reason why Naturepedic crib mattresses are so popular. But there’s so much information out there, it’s sometimes hard to know (more…)

Crib Mattresses – Is It Okay To Use Old Ones?

Monday, October 12th, 2009


old mattressesI was recently reading some blogs online and saw a question about using old crib mattresses instead of getting a new one for an upcoming baby. The mattress they were considering using was actually 20 years (more…)

Q & A: Creating a Toxin-Free Nursery – What’s After Getting an Organic Crib Mattress?

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009


Q: I am going to be a new mother in about two months. I am now the proud owner of a Naturepedic crib mattress, but I’m not sure what my next priority should be to make sure our nursery is free of toxins.

A: (more…)

Chemicals in Crib Mattresses to be Reviewed by EPA

Friday, October 2nd, 2009


epasealLate in September, Obama asked Congress to draft a tougher law to regulate chemicals. The current law, the Toxic Substances Control Act, is woefully inadequate: There are literally tens of thousands of (more…)