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Should I be concerned about fire retardants in my child’s mattress? Yes.
Children are vulnerable to the toxic effects of these chemicals because their brain and other organs are still developing. Researchers have found that children have higher concentrations of flame retardants in their bodies than adults.
Please find below links to the most recent research into the effect of flame retardants on children's health.
There seams to be a lot of misunderstanding about the UK safety regulations that cover cot mattresses.
In order to help you look for a safe mattress, we have listed below the most important.
Christmas - the most magical time of the year, but also the time when children's sleep patterns are likely to be disrupted! Here are some tips to keep your kid's sleep on track from Liz Dowen at Cottonsafe® Natural Mattress based in Woodbury, Devon. Liz is a qualified Sleep Practitioner for The Children's Sleep Charity.
For those who have been reading our blogs I hope you found it informative. We try hard to be honest about what we do and give people as much information as possible for them to make up their own minds.
One comment I often receive is we love your mattresses but we cannot afford to buy one for each of our children.
This is a serious concern to me as many of the flame retardants have been proven to be endocrine disruptors which have a dramatic effect on children.
In response to this we launched our children's mattresses suitable for ages 2 to 12. These mattresses are made with our Cottonsafe® fabric and uses our 2" mini spring and cotton-rich filling. As with all our mattresses we use no chemicals, foams or spray adhesives.
If you buy 2 we can offer a discount from what we save with shipping. I hope this enables people to not only protect themselves but protect their children too.