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Top Picks for the Eco-Friendly Parent

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Protect our planet by making small changes to your lifestyle because every small change will eventually make a big impact.

Below we’ve outlined a handful of eco-friendly products that are leading the way in conscious consumerism. Into it? Read on for more!



As time goes by, more and more stroller companies are producing products with our planet in mind.

One of our favourite products is the Bumbleride Indie,  which features durable recycled fabric and air-filled tires, perfect for any adventure you had in mind. The Bumbleride Era - Reversible Stroller is another excellent choice for eco-conscious parents. The textiles, aluminum, and plastics that are used to make Bumbleride products are carefully chosen for durability, safety, and function, but also for their environmental impact. Bumbleride fabrics are made from 100% recycled PET (which is post-consumer water bottles, rPET, polyethylene terephthalate). 

We also love Baby Jogger's Eco Collection, which contains Tencel fibers with ecosoft technology. You can learn more about this collection, here.

Era - Reversible Stroller - 2022 Dusk


Indie All Terrain Stroller - 2022 Dusk



The NOOK Pebble Change Pad is breathable, non-toxic, made with organic materials and the list goes on...!

The certified non-toxic foam core provides contoured support while your baby is being changed. The cover is made with all-natural eucalyptus and is stain resistant, waterproof, removable, and washable.

Pebble Changing Pad



Pebble Changing Pad

From Sale Price: $143.99


Natursutten is a company that offers environmentally friendly and 100% biodegradable pacifiers, meaning, you don't need to worry about adding waste to the planet.

Natursutten Pacifiers are made from pure, natural rubber from the tree Hevea Brasiliensi. The protein that on rare occasions can provoke a latex allergy is removed from the rubber mass used for these soothers. This means, that there is no risk of latex allergy when using them – double score!


Butterfly Rounded Pacifier



Butterfly Ortho Pacifier



Glass Bottles - 2 pack

From $34.99


Natursutten Natural Pacifier



Reusable diapers help to slow the growth of our landfills, yay for less waste!

Cloth diapering is having its moment and we aren't mad about it—neither is Mother Earth. Companies like Kanga CarebumGeniusAppleCheeks, and GroVia are the ultimate in form and function, combining effective leak control with cute designs.

To learn more about cloth diapering, check out this Learning Centre article on Making Cloth Diapering Work for You.

Washable Swim Diaper



Washable Swim Diaper

From Sale Price: $13.88

GroVia My Choice™ Trainer



GroVia My Choice™ Trainer

Sale Price: $21.59

Regular Price: $26.99


Our organic lines are gentle on delicate baby skin and Mother Earth.

Below, we’ve outlined a few of our favourite organic baby washes that are always in stock at Snuggle Bugz. Add a natural Sea Sponge by Kyte Baby and you’ll be ready to scrub-a-dub-dub!

Earth Mama Calming Lavendar Baby Wash
Calming Lavender Baby Wash is a castile-based lavender, vanilla, and calendula liquid soap. Dermatologist tested and clinically tested for irritation, it’s effective and mild for delicate baby skin and hair, and chosen by hospital NICUs. NO artificial fragrance, triclosan, phthalates, parabens, or sulphates.

Matter Company Nappy Rash Ointment
The Matter Company is another great Canadian brand founded in the GTA! With a focus on organic, natural, and sustainable ingredients, this ointment not only soothes baby but also the planet.

Matter Company

Nipple Cream


Earth Mama Organics

Calming Lavender Baby Lotion-240ml


Earth Mama Organics

Calming Lavender Baby Wash-160ml




We hope you enjoyed this roundup of some of our favourite eco-friendly product picks.

Remember, little changes make big impacts and every effort counts!

For more useful tips on how to do your part to protect our planet, listen to Season 2, Episode 7 of our 40 Weeks to Forever Podcast. In the episode, Don't Be Trashy, we discuss how parents can reuse, reduce, refuse, and recycle.

Happy listening!