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Travelling with children is akin to being in a car with a group of really drunk friends: one may vomit, one may fall asleep, one might start a fight – there’s no way of knowing how it’s going to play out. We’re all familiar with the farmyard scene: the smallest is unzipping a fellow passengers handbag convinced he’s seen a bottle of ‘mulk’ while the other two are fighting over the iPad.
That t-shirt you’re wearing, that cardigan on your child’s back, that scarf around your neck or the hat on your son’s head all look relatively normal, right? But everything we wear has gone through a long, resource-intensive production process and, unless certified organic, has likely been subjected to a plethora of chemicals and toxins that are not only hazardous to our skin but to our environment.