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Commercially produced playdough is designed to be non-toxic and safe for children when used as directed. However, it’s essential to read the packaging and follow any safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer. Some children may have allergies or sensitivities to certain ingredients, so it’s a good practice to check the ingredients list for any potential allergens.
You can make non toxic homemade playdough at home and know what is in the playdough that your child is playing with. It is also a fun, educational activity for kids. My daughter loved making playdough and had lots of fun playing with it afterward. For the homemade playdough recipe, please check out the YouTube link above.
If you are looking for non toxic commercial playdough, check out the following non toxic playdough.
Non Toxic Playdough
Green Toys Dough
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