babyganics dryer balls

Such a great new product coming from our friends at Babyganics we had to share! They recently launched their own wool dryer balls – have you all ever tried them? Here’s the scoop:Babyganics Dryer BallsThese are Babyganics’ 100% natural wool dryer balls. They are designed in partnership with Made to Matter and sold exclusively at Target which you all know how much we love and adore. Essentially these dryer balls eliminate the need for conventional fabric softeners and dryer sheets. Babyganics Dryer BallsThey are fragrance and chemical-free and non-allergenic. And from what we’ve read about traditional dryer sheets the chemicals used can cause some serious damage to sensitive nervous systems, especially tiny babies! Babyganics Dryer BallsMade to Matter issued a challenge to their partnering brands to create a product that solves one or more of the following 5 challenges:

1. Closed loop
2. Clean Label
3. Reduced Packaging
4. Down with Sugar
5. Dietary & Allergy Restrictions

These dryer balls actually fixed three out of the five (closed loop, clean label, and reduced packaging! And probably would’ve done all 5 if the last two weren’t for food! Super cool.Babyganics Dryer BallsBut also, these dryer balls reduce drying time up to 25% and last for up to 1000 loads of laundry! So cool, right? When used with their ultra safe line of detergents and stain removers you’ve got yourself a baby-safe, earth-friendly alternative to your regular laundry routine!Babyganics Dryer Balls Babyganics is so committed to safe products for families and we love them for it! The wool comes from a collection of sustainable farms in the East Coast, the sheep are all individually named, treated humanely, never offered hormones or additives, and then sheared by expert-shearers. The wool is then cleaned with Babyganics plant-based detergent, and balled by local artisans by hand!  its 100% biodegradable and compostable so reduces waste as well as improves the local economy.

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Comments

  1. Megan:
    on April 4, 2016 at 2:14 pm said:

    I apologize that this has nothing to do with post content, but where in the world is that top from? I love it!

    • Small Fry:
      on April 4, 2016 at 7:51 pm said:

      Zara!

  2. on April 5, 2016 at 6:46 am said:

    I don’t use dryer sheets and after reading, I’m thankful! I had no idea they could potentially cause damage to sensitive nervous systems! That’s pretty scary considering we think “their just dryer sheets”. Thanks for sharing! Baby #2 on the way, so I will be looking into these!

  3. Laurie Jo:
    on April 29, 2016 at 7:30 pm said:

    This post would be so perfect if you showed a willow laundry basket instead of plastic!

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