Baby & Children's Product News

JUN-JUL 2018

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8 JUNE/JULY 2018 BABY & CHILDREN'S PRODUCT NEWS ™ Dry Baby solves parents' big problem As a mother of two "happy spiers", J ennifer Chapman developed Dry Baby products to provide caregivers with func- onal apparel that gives them a leg up in the bale against spills, spit up, and drool. Dry Baby offers water, stain, and odor repellent clothing for infants and toddlers. Dry Baby's signature fabric is truly one of kind. Developed by a former NASA scien- st, the company's coon is treated with a water-based soluon that is fluorocar- bon-free and safe for use with infants. The so fabric is 90 percent ring spun coon and 10 percent poly blend. The high neck- line is designed to ensure that liquids land on the garment, not on the child's skin. When liquid stands on a garment, it should be whisked away with a quick mo- on of gently absorbed with a towel. Dry Baby coon dries 40 percent faster than any other coon the market, Chapman says, but wiping the surface will acceler- a te the drying process. Dry Baby fabric is not oil-resistant so s paghe and mustard stains need to be pre-treated before washed. When dried by machine, the garments' repellency is recharged. A vailable in grey and white, bodysuits come in long- and short-sleeve versions, and in sizes 3 months-24 months. Rompers, also available in short and long sleeve versions, come in sizes 3 months- 12 months. Dry Baby pants in sizes 3 months-24 months are designed to pair with the bodysuits. Bandana bibs and blankets are also available, and items can be combined in gi sets. Made in the United States, Dry Baby items are CPSC compliant. For more informaon call 800/ 213- 3406 or visit new nursing pillow portable, comfortable Created by a family nurse praconer and Internaonal Board Cerfied Lacta- on Consultant, lilebeam™ nursing pil- lows are designed to help nursing mothers find the comfort they want. Lit- tlebeam is small enough to fit into a dia- per bag, but big enough to use in all nursing posions comfortably, according to founder Dr. Kathy McCue. The lilebeam™ nursing pillow is portable and can be used with lactaon- expert-recommended posions like cross- cradle and football. Designed to be ergonomically correct for both mother and baby, it will help mothers find breast- For Baby & Mom

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