There is no question that safety is the first goal of most parents, but how do we know what is safe with all the information available? Our friends over at Consumer Safety have put together a fabulous infographic about five potentially harmful items parents should leave out of their diaper bags!
Consumer Safety Across unites impartial, trustworthy guidance with an unwavering commitment to helping consumers make informed decisions. Ultimately, our success lies in being a voice for—and giving a voice to—consumers. They use a variety of sources to collect data about recent recalls, news stories, and dangerous products.They build on that data by adding their own research and content, and making safety information available for free.
The list of five products Consumer Safety recommends to leave out of your diaper are
- Talcum powder (baby powder)
- Baby Oil
- Antibacterial soaps
- Belladonna (like Hyland’s Teething Tablets)
- Fragranced based products
Below in the infographic you can find out reasons why you should avoid the products and alternative options for these potentially harmful products.
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