Quality children’s clothing should be made of natural materials rather than synthetics. The safest for health are cotton, linen, wool and silk. Things made of natural materials, of course, are a bit more expensive than their synthetic counterparts, but they comply with all safety rules: they do not overheat the baby, will not freeze or sweat, and will feel as comfortable as possible. It is particularly important, the material from which made stockings for babies up to three years. This piece of toilet are longest in contact with baby’s skin. Chemicals contained in synthetic and actively interact with the moisture and absorbs quickly into the skin. It can also cause allergy, and more serious diseases. Therefore, younger kids should wear only cotton tights. A child older than three years old pantyhose can be supplemented with synthetics. But the content should not exceed 20 percent. With age it may be larger. The use of chemicals in the manufacture of children’s clothing in many countries is strictly limited by hygienic requirements. Many traders seek to circumvent these requirements. They offer goods of unknown origin at cheap prices that often attract parents who want to save on the purchase of children’s clothes. At the same time, if you look closely, the difference in price between the products of unknown origin imported in huge quantities and national children’s clothing can be extremely significant.