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Jenny McCarthy's Eco-Bedding Now Available To Buy And Sleep On

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Last month, Jenny McCarthy announced her new line of non-toxic bedding products for newborns and infants. Well, new parents, the wait is over: that same eco-friendly line is now available to buy!

The line is called “Too Good,” and features sheets, comforters, bumpers, wall hangings are more. Many of the items are organic, and all of them are non-toxic and PVC-free. Important features and products for newborns, according to McCarthy: “Your newborn is in that nursery a lot – all a newborn does is sleep. So you have to make sure that room is so safe,” she noted.

Ever since her son, Evan, was diagnosed with autism, McCarthy has been getting more and more involved in the effort to promote the use of non-toxic products, as well as the crusade to fight against vaccines in young children— vaccines which, according to McCarthy and many of her followers, could be the very cause of autism.

Even better, the line will be available for lower prices than most non-toxic bedding products. The blond bombshell and funny girl has found a partner in Pem America that will not only provide safe products, but make them affordable for new parents as well. You can purchase a nine-piece set for $179, or individual items for as low as $17.

The coup de grace? A portion of the proceeds from Too Good sales will go to Jenny’s charity, Generation Rescue. The organization gives grants to parents who are raising a child with autism and making less than $25,000 a year.

With all that good stuff going on, you might want to buy one for yourself, even if you don’t have kids. Hey, those blankets look pretty comfy!

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