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Researchers from the Children’s Environmental Health Center at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York have found an association between exposure to phthalates and obesity in young children. Phthalates are found in a variety of consumer products including plastics, cleaning materials, personal care products, and toys. Their primary purpose is to improve flexibility and aid in the presentation of fragrance in cosmetics.
Children’s bodies grow and develop more rapidly than those of adults, so harmful chemicals can do the most damage at this critical time. Biological immaturity impairs a child’s ability to detoxify and excrete chemicals making them far more vulnerable to dangerous ingredients than adults.
Hot Tot knows that safety need not be compromised to achieve great style and our products are phthalate free. We encourage parents to learn all that they can so they choose the best products for their babies and children and have included a link to this important piece of research in addition to more information about phthalates on our website.
Hot Tot Haircare is now available at another amazing resort! The Westin Key West Resort & Marina is the only AAA 4-Diamond property in Key West to maintain this prestigious rating each consecutive year since 1999. Parents vacationing without their kids can now bring a posh surprise home for their little ones. Or… pick up one of our spa-quality products to keep your tot looking perfect for those vacation photos that will be cherished for a lifetime
Tough Cookies is a posh LA store known for their hip and trendy kid’s clothes. Some of our favorite brands they carry? Joe’s Jeans, LA Made, Splendid, Ella Moss & Harajuku Lovers as well as the popular brands of kids clothes like Kingsley, Knuckleheads, Hula Mula, Kids Inc., Lola & James, Mad Sky, Shrnk, Appaman, Wes & Willy, Gold Rush and Hot Tot!
Thanks to the editors at San Diego Parent News for including Hot Tot Children’s Haircare in yesterday’s newsletter. We appreciate their support and commend them for providing their readers with important information on the health and safety of common children’s products.