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Colgate is a family-owned and operated company that has been in business for over 60 years. They have been creating hand-crafted baby beds since 1955 and is currently run by the 3rd generation. All of their products are proudly made and shipped within the U.S.

Products and Materials

Their primary selling products are their baby beds which come in three different sizes; crib, twin, and full. Other than this, they also sell pads such as changing and portable pads for whenever you aren’t home but need to lie your baby down.


There is a multitude of baby bed series Colgate offers. There is the Classic Collection, Eco, ZenBaby, EverTrue, and buybuy BABY collection. They all have specialized mattresses made with a foam interior and innerspring for comfort and support.

These mattresses are organic, hypoallergenic, waterproof and antimicrobial. They are made to handle your child and have dual firmness to suit your infant’s growing needs.


  • Changing Pads
  • Bassinet Pads
  • Portable Pads
  • Mattress Covers
  • Changing Pad Covers

Along with mattresses, Colgate also sells pads for your child, smaller versions of mattresses still made with the same materials and care.

They sell changing pads, bassinet pads, portable pads, mattress covers, and changing pad covers.

Not all of the listed above will be found in stores, nor will all products found in stores be found on Colgate’s online store. The selection of products displayed is different, and those items shown on the website are only what Colgate has in stock.


With a grand selection of products to choose from and multiple lines of mattresses in store, there is a wide scale of prices which has to be looked over. Smaller crib sized mattresses will be over $200. The twin sized mattresses will range from $200-300 and can possibly reach higher than this. The full-sized mattresses go to$300 and above.

Pads contain less material and are typically smaller since they are not full-sized beds. Usually, you’ll find pads come in between $14 to $70.

Warranty and Returns

Mattresses bought from Colgate come with a lifetime warranty and are non-transferable so only the original purchaser of the mattress can use the warranty. The warranty covers any defects in the workmanship or materials. Through the warranty, you can get your mattress replaced or repaired. You, as the customer are only in charge of dealing with freight charges, the rest is for free. This warranty will not cover any stains, rips, or physical abuse to the mattress of any kind.

Colgate offers a 90-day money back guarantee, so long as the mattress was bought directly through the Colgate website or an official Colgate store. A full refund will be provided along with any shipping fees you may have had to pay. The mattress will be given for donations afterward. Your mattress will be denied if the 90-day return window surpasses. A return authorization number is required before you return the mattress to Colgate.

There is the possibility that your returned mattress is refused. If you do not send it within the return window or it is damaged, then Colgate withholds the right to refuse your order. If this is so, then you are responsible for the shipping fees associated with your return. Any cancellation or change in order has to be reported to Colgate before your package ships out.

Shipping Information

Colgate generally allows shipment to be free on their products, though promotions and accessories are not included in this deal. Any products that get damaged during shipment will be replaced free of charge. You have to inform the delivery courier and Colgate within 72 hours of receiving your damaged product to ensure you get a replacement.

Your package will generally arrive within 5-7 working days. Shipping is throughout the 48 contiguous states. APO/FPO addresses require direct permission through Colgate to be delivered to. PO boxes are not accepted as an address. Any custom-built or oversized packages will be charged for shipping.