Pure Beginnings Launches Exclusive 100% Organic Cotton Baby Line

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 9, 2004

Pure Beginnings offers the latest selection of natural life for parents with a full line of organic baby clothes, bedding and personal care products . With the growing trend towards natural baby products and increased awareness of the benefits of organic cotton, http://www.purebeginnings.com now offers a natural alternative, safe for our babies and our land.

parents say no to pesticides and other harmful chemicals in baby food, milk, cleaning products and now more than ever, fabrics and cottons. Citing concern for the environment and how it affects our children, consumer awareness of harmful chemicals generated a boom in organic baby food industry in 90 years. Organic cotton has been slow to recognize the consumer until recently. With concern over conventional cotton production using 25 percent of the world? S pesticides, the demand for organic fabrics has the market growth at an annual rate of 15 percent.

The vision behind Pure Beginnings stemmed from a desire to bring pure and natural products in the nurseries of the most demanding parents. In addition to harming the environment of growing cotton, fabrics of pesticides and chemically treated to block the natural balance of the skin by trapping heat and preventing it from? Breathe? (C. to absorb enough moisture), and can cause skin rashes and eczema on sensitive skin.


Organic cotton is softer

is more breathable and lasts longer. Provide both functionality and style, http://www.purebeginnings.com fast becoming the choice of organic baby products throughout the world.

Debut pure? offers products for all baby’s needs, including layers of clothing and cotton, bath products and bedding. Selections come in rich colored fabrics created with environmentally friendly dyes, including Seafoam green, buttercup yellow, lavender and blue. All products are certified organic cotton and natural untreated wool, all grown without pesticides, chemical fertilizers, defoliants and growth regulators.


Conventional vs. organic cotton

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second most saturated culture of pesticides in the world after coffee, cotton represents only 2.4 percent of all farmland, but uses 25 percent of the planet? s pesticides and 10 percent of its production of herbicide. Conventional cotton farming involves heavy pesticide spraying to protect crops against insect infestations. Bleach used to whiten fabrics and formaldehyde is then applied to finished garments. Approximately 1 / 3 pound of chemicals is used to grow cotton for just one t-shirt, showing the extent of this harmful farming method. Aldicarb, endosulfan, cyanide, dicofol, and trifluralin are just some of the chemicals used in conventional agriculture.

? Work with and not against? Nature is the principle behind organic farming. Grown without pesticides and spun without chemicals, organic farmers rely on organic fertilizers, crop rotation and manuals integrated pest management. The fields are fertilized naturally, insects are used to control natural crops and weeds are removed with hoes, as well as manually. Farms get the organic label by using soil that was free of synthetic pesticides for at least three consecutive years. Beneficial insects, natural cattle manure, chili, garlic, and alfalfa are some of the ingredients used in organic farming.

Andrea Cohen, founder of Pure Beginnings, research on farmers of Egypt, the United States and India on her journey to find a facility with 100 percent organic certification. These farmers have given a clearer Cohen, in the direction of organic agriculture, like many organic farms are composed of self-sustaining? Bio-villages? completely independent for their basic needs for food, clothing and shelter and to live free of chemicals and pollutants in all aspects of life. It’s a lifestyle more than a company? says Cohen. ? These organic farmers are restoring a small niche and can not make a profit much higher than the conventional cotton for the mass market. But they choose organic for their beliefs in life without pesticides.?

Pure Beginnings offers 100 percent certified organic cotton clothing, bedding and personal care products for babies. All products are manufactured without the use of harmful pesticides or chemicals, the safety of our babies and the environment. To purchase products or pure Beginnings for more information, please call (866) PUR-BABY or log on http://www.purebeginnings.com.

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