Four Baby Brands that Support Green Parenting in the PH

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Four Baby Brands That Support Green Parenting in the PH

Parenting is not a "one size fits all" act since different approaches may work for your child but not for others. But one thing is for sure when it comes to raising a child, and that is wishing for a safe and healthy environment.

Green parenting is an option for environmentally conscious parents who want to raise a child who also cares for the planet. To make your green parenting journey a little easier, we looked for baby brands that sell organic clothing, accessories, diapers, and other items.

Find out which of these companies or brands matches your #parentinggoals.



Baby Company

Founded in 1991, Baby Company has introduced itself as one of the go-to shops for moms, offering a wide range of products for every baby’s needs when feeding, playing, and traveling among others.

Moms will surely enjoy shopping for their kids as Baby Company offers exclusive discounts and rewards for special cardholders. The store is committed to providing “the best products and the best brands for your babies, but to make motherhood a happier and more delightful experience.”

In May 2022, the Baby Company launched The Green Parent Project in line with Mother’s Day. With the aim to cater products that are best for babies and the planet, some essential products they offer are organic cotton pants, mittens, and booties.

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Beaba Philippines

Beaba (pronounced bay-uh-buh) is a French brand that consistently provides excellent and innovative baby products since 1989. With the goal to “make life easier for parents of all ages,” Beaba’s sustainable baby products focus on homemade food. As part of its green parenting initiatives, the shop introduces a quality food maker called Beaba Babycook Duo (P13,600) to help parents in preparing organic vegetables and fruits for their babies. It can function as a steamer or blender and can reheat raw meat or fish in 15 minutes or less.

Enfant Philippines

Another brand dedicated to help promote green parenting in the Philippines is Enfant. It is one of the most trusted baby stores in the country that provides newborn clothes, strollers, baby toiletries, and cloth diapers.

Enfant’s cloth and gauze diapers are perfect for your little tot in keeping them dry and comfortable all day. It is made with bamboo cotton fabrics to ensure a gentle feeling in your baby’s diapering experience. Enfant bamboo cloth diaper (P229) is reusable, absorbent, and comes in two pieces per pack recommended for newborns and up.

Tiny Buds

Tiny Buds prides itself on bringing natural, safe, and gentle baby products only in support of green parenting in the Philippines. The shop is a family-owned, female-led business established in 2009 and is one of the first brands to integrate natural ingredients into personal care products for infants.

Tiny Buds’ natural product line includes hand sanitizer, baby hair oil, soothing gel, fabric softener, diaper changing spray, baby wipes, chest rub oil, and more.

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