Peau Ethique Makes Fair Trade Baby Toys With Color Grown Cotton

FanFan the Elephant by Peau Ethique Photo

Image via: Peau Ethique

Lions. Giraffes. Elephants. Oh My! These cute new baby toys from Peau Ethique are made with natural, organic cotton, therefore using no dyes in the process. FanFan the Elephant, the GiGi Giraffe family (mom, dad, baby) and Lili the Lioness are all waiting to make your child's crib their new home.

Lili the Lioness Soft Toys by Peau Ethique Photo
Peau-Ethique toys ("the toys to love") are handmade in Peru with organic "jungle" cotton, meaning that the colors for the toys come from the natural colors that cotton produces in the wild - brown, cream and green - not from a synthetic dye. By not dying the cotton, Peau Ethique believes the cotton is softer and therefore even better for your baby, especially for babies with chemical sensitivities.

Gigi giraffe family by Peau Ethique Photo
C.A.Bio, owner of Peau Ethique, is an organization that works with coops in Turkey, India, Laos and now Peru to provide work for communities under fair trade conditions. They make organic pajamas, underwear and lingerie under the Peau Ethique label. This is their first line of baby toys. You can purchase all of these new soft baby toys online at: Peau Ethique
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