Backpacks and other school supplies are not regulated for toxic chemicals the same way toys are. What are the toxic materials to look for in backpacks, and why?
Let’s talk about the benefits of choosing non-toxic & organic makeup kits for tweens and teens, the ingredients to be careful of, and which brands you can trust.
If you, like me, are trying to find more non-toxic and eco-friendly toys for your kids this summer, I’ve rounded up my recommendations for the best non-toxic pool, sandbox, and beach toys for kids.
Wearing non-toxic and organic pajamas is one small thing you can do to cultivate a healthy sleep environment for yourself and your family. We’ve researched and rounded up the BEST organic sleepwear brands for everyone in the family.
Bean bag chairs have always been a playroom staple, but they’re often filled with toxic polystyrene. Here are the materials to use instead, and a few recommended brands!
Just like with water bottles and other food storage, it’s important to be aware of potentially toxic plastic materials that can leach into food and act as endocrine disruptors in the body. Learn more about which materials to look for in non-toxic popsicle molds, which brands are the best, and how to get the most out of your popsicle making experience!
Moldable sensory sand is a popular playtime activity, but what is it actually made out of? Is kinetic sand toxic? Here’s what you need to know.
Buying chalk should come with a dose of knowledge before giving it to your kids, since not all chalk contains non-toxic ingredients. Learn about sidewalk chalk, along with our list of our favorite clean chalk options for littles.
The bad news is that finding a non-toxic kiddie pool is a bit of a challenge, considering most of them are made from PVC. So, here’s what to look for when you’re shopping (and a few safer brands).
Where can you get non-toxic play sand that you can trust? I’ve got all the details you need about the best, safest play sand for the sandbox.