New Jammies: Dino-mite Snuggly PJ’s

Did you know some of your kids pajamas may be made of chlorinated and brominated flame retardants, inorganic flame retardants such as antimony oxides, and phosphate-based compounds? I can’t pronounce half of those words, which means I really do not feel comfortable letting my kids wear them.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)  requires pajamas made and marketed to children to meet certain flammability requirements to prevent the risk injury from fires. For the most part, the risk is a loose sleeve or pant cuff catching an open flame. So, sleepwear intended for children between the ages of 9 months and 14 years must meet specific flammability requirements. Apparantly the CPSC would rather add nasty chemicals to our kids clothing, instead of just tell parents to teach their kids about fire!

If you are buying sleepwear for children between the ages of 9 months and 14 years, the sleepwear either passed certain flammability tests with added chemicals or is snug-fitting and probably free of flame retardants. To tell the difference check the fabric content. Look at the label and see what is identified as the primary fabric used. If the item is sleepwear and it is made of a synthetic fiber, it has flame retardants. All synthetic materials have flame retardants added.

New Jammies Feature:
-100% Organic Cotton.
-A super snug-fit.
-No flame-retardants.

Finally a comfy pair of pajamas that has no added chemicals I can’t pronounce! New Jammies are comfortable, true to size and made with super fun and vibrant colors that my boys love! The Dino-Mite Jammies are part of the new fall line! New Jammies are available in sizes newborn- 8 and retail for 30.00-34.00!

Buy It: You can purchase the New Jammies Dino-Mite PJ’s for 34.00 from for 34.00



  1. Angela Neynaber says

    I am so glad that they have these! I hate how so many chemicals are being added to things that dont need it. Our food, diapers and pajamas! Yuck!

  2. It’s good to hear that there are children “no flame-retardants” pjs available for sale. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  3. Cute jammies! I love that they are organic cotton!

  4. Thank you for bringing awareness to the chemicals in flame retardant clothing! Most people don’t seem to realize it’s not keeping their children safe, let alone harming them. CUTE jammies and we love organic cotton!

  5. Michelle E. says

    Love it. It is adorable!

  6. love the jammies…

  7. Diane K. Brimmer says

    Their just adorable. Glad to know about the chemicals too. Thanks for sharing.

  8. so cute

  9. Deborah Hogue says

    I love that these pjs are organic cotton, I wouldn’t want my children or grandchildren wearing anything hazardous to their health.

  10. He is cute as a bug in them 🙂 I like how they have made childrens clothing safer over the years!

  11. Christy Maurer says

    Love that they have no chemicals!

  12. Ann M Heilman Parker says

    I was not aware that kids pj’s can be made of chlorinated and brominated flame retardants, inorganic flame retardants such as antimony oxides, and phosphate-based compounds

  13. Britni Bradford says

    So cute. We also will only wear jammies like these because of the yucky flame retardant stuff on other kinds. We’ve mostly done Carters, the Walmart brand, and Gymmies, but great to have another brand to check out.

  14. Sue Hull says

    I love these jammies! I know a little boy who would love these.Thanks for the review!

  15. Thanks for the info; I’ve been looking for pj’s without flame retardant and organic is a bonus.

  16. Laura Knight says

    They are nice but pretty pricey for jammies!

  17. I had no idea about this – luckily none of my daughters PJs seem to have the chemicals added. Thanks for the info, I’ll have to keep them in mind!

  18. Lily Kwan says

    I didn’t know children’s sleepwear is required to meet certain flammability requirements. Thanks for the interesting and informative review!

  19. Wendi Scharrer says

    Wow! Thanks for all the info. These Jammies look so comfy! I want a pair! 🙂

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