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Organic cotton clothes for children are a great choice if you're looking for clothing options that are environmentally friendly and gentle on your child's skin. 

Organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, or genetically modified organisms (GMOs), making it a safer and more sustainable choice compared to conventional cotton.

When shopping for organic cotton clothes for children, here are a few things to keep in mind:

1. Look for certified organic labels: Check for certifications like the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) or the Organic Content Standard (OCS). These certifications ensure that the clothes meet strict organic standards from the farming stage to the finished product.

2. Check for non-toxic dyes: Some organic cotton clothes may use natural or low-impact dyes, which are safer for your child and the environment. Look for information about the dyeing process or certifications such as the Global Organic Textile Standard for dyes.

3. Consider fair trade options: Fair trade certification ensures that the people involved in the production of the clothes are paid fair wages and work in safe conditions. Supporting fair trade helps promote social and economic justice.

4. Check the sizing and care instructions: Ensure that you choose the right size for your child, and pay attention to the care instructions to ensure the longevity of the clothes.

Remember, while organic cotton is a better choice for the children health and the environment, it's also important to reduce consumption and prioritize buying second-hand or repurposing clothes whenever possible to minimize waste.

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