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Natura Organic Crib Mattress
This crib mattress is made with a variety of non-toxic materials: organic cotton ticking (that’s what holds the mattress together), organic wool lining and a core made of coconut and natural latex. While this organic crib mattress’s price tag is a bit higher than some, it’s built to grow with your baby’s changing needs. One side of the mattress is made with coconut to provide a firm sleep surface for newborns and babies. The other side is made from latex, which is more cushioning for the developing spine of growing babies and toddlers. It also comes with a 100% organic cotton removable cover, which can be hand-washed when it gets soiled.
Giggle Better Basics Organic Cotton Crib Mattress
Giggle’s organic crib mattress is made in the USA and filled with US grown certified organic cotton. It’s free of flame retardant chemicals, meeting fire safety standards with a flame resistant barrier made using baking soda and hydrated silica that’s bonded to a cellulose fiber. The mattress also boasts waterproof properties, which is hard to find in the realm of organic crib mattresses, but some feel is important in order to keep moisture, and thus mold, out of the mattress. A 100% food-grade polyethylene surface keeps this mattress waterproof, which means this mattress isn’t entirely chemical free, but it is free of PCV, phthalates and antimicrobial bodies. Bottom line: This crib mattress provides a healthier place for your little one to snooze with lots of support.
Naturepedic No-Compromise Organic Cotton Classic 150 Traditional
At only $259.00 this may be the best option for budget-conscious green-minded families. It’s also a good option for parents worried about wool or latex allergies. This organic crib mattress is made from organic cotton fabric on the outside and is filled with organic cotton as well. Again, this crib mattress features a plastic coating to make it waterproof that’s made from 100% polyethylene that meets food-grade standards. Not entirely eco-friendly, but you do reap the benefits of an easy to clean, waterproof surface.
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