Thursday, July 16, 2009

Review ~ ikookie Organic Baby Cotton Clothes

ikookie baby clothes are made with 100% organic cotton, grown with natural fertilizers and free of toxic chemicals. Their organic cotton baby products include bodysuits, t-shirts, yoga pants, sleepsuits, blankets, towels and more.

100% certified organic cotton ~ good for your baby's delicate skin and the environment.

So, what is organic cotton? Organic Cotton is grown and harvested without the use of agrichemicals. Strict testing ensures the absence of contaminants like nickel, lead, heavy metals and pesticides.

When ikookie contacted me about doing a review a checked out their website first. I was thoroughly impressed with both the clothing, the pricing and the materials used in the products.

I was sent the short sleeve lap t-shirt with the ikookie logo on it for review. The top is well made and super soft. It has a very small tag on it that is sewn in on both sides. It isn't one of those annoying large handing ones that drive kids crazy. It has a nice thickness to it, just perfect for summer months or under clothes in the winter.

If you are looking for baby items that are organic, ikookie is a great place to purchase some basic items. They have fun colors and designs with reasonable pricing. You can purchase bodysuits (onesies), t-shirts, yoga pants, shorts, diaper covers, sleepsuits (so precious!), hats, bath towels, blankets and even gift sets.

The company has been wonderful to work with. The t-shirt came in cute packaging, was shipped quickly and I have had great email communications with ikookie.

They also offer a gift registry and even do returns within 30 days.

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