Safety and Quality is our number one priority at Bead Sprout.
I am very particular especially on everything my children touch, play, eat or even clothes they are wearing.
I research a ton before I purchase anything for them. If it is clothes, I try really hard to choose small shops where they use high quality with sustainably sourced materials. For eating, I try to buy food when its own season and prefer locally produced food. When it comes to play, there are so many choices that it's hard to find the perfect toy for my child. I try to stick with non toxic, plastic free, raw wooden toys where possible.
I, myself, your maker understand you and hear you when it comes to our babies.
Because of this, at Bead Sprout, I work with a safety consultant and take the extra step to ensure I provide you with safe and quality products that I would be confident to give to my own children.
Here at Bead Sprout, our main materials are silicone and wood.
Silicone beads are 100% food grade FDA approved. Non toxic. BPA free, Lead Free, Phthalates Free, PVC Free, Cadmium Free, Mercury free.
Wood is natural untreated wood.
Finished products also get third party tested to ensure it meets industry standards set by Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
All products are handmade and tracked according to CPSC Safety requirements.
What does that mean? Each material used to create our products has been tested for heavy metals and each finished product handmade by me also tested at third party lab to ensure it is safe for our babies to use, touch or eat. ;)
Each finished product will include a tag along with batch number & manufacturing date so it can easily be tracked if there is any issues arise with the product.
Although, I am standing behind my products safety, I still recommend you:
***DO NOT USE UNATTENDED
***REMOVE FOR NAPS AND EXTENDED SLEEP
***PLEASE INSPECT THE PRODUCT PRIOR TO USE AND DO NOT USE IF IT IS CRACKED OR DAMAGED
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you might have. I will be more than happy to help.
You can also learn more about USCPSC at: https://www.cpsc.gov/About-CPSC