vital baby® products for pregnant mums

Category
Breastfeeding, Bottles and Sterilisers
Location
UK
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vital baby® is dedicated to developing products which make parent’s lives easier and this starts from the very special time that is pregnancy.

vital baby® HYGIENE™ AQUAINT® sanitising water is 100% natural and kills 99.9% of bacteria, within seconds to keep bugs at bay. With a simple spritz, bacteria and germs are killed, without the need to rinse or wipe.

Safe for pregnant women, it uses a gentle solution of Hypochlorous Acid which is naturally produced by the human body to combat bacteria and viruses. Tasteless and odourless, it is water-based and has passed strict UK water purity tests as well as being endorsed by Allergy UK. It’s also fragrance-free and gentle enough to use on mum and baby’s skin as well as things around the house. This revolutionary product ensures that all the family stay protected from nasty germs that could harm them.

Because it’s so pure, it’s perfect to protect mum throughout her pregnancy and beyond – it is safe to use on sticky fingers and faces – even soothers, teethers, highchairs and bottle teats – from newborns right through the toddler years.

The spray comes in two handy sizes – 500ml and 50ml – and the 50ml bottle is great for when out and about and is the perfect size to keep in baby’s changing bag.

For postpartum mothers, vital baby® NURTURE™ ultra comfort breast pads are shaped to keep new mum both dry and comfortable and to prevent embarrassing leaks. The double self-adhesive tabs secure the breast pad discreetly onto the inside of mum’s bra.  Contoured to provide comfort and absorbency and locking in wetness away from the nipple, they help avoid irritation and infection. Discreet and crinkle-free 3D contour for a natural fit and made from a soft and breathable fabric with a waterproof backing the vital baby® NURTURE™ ultra comfort breast pads have been designed with care to keep breastfeeding mums comfortable. Individually wrapped for hygiene.  Perfect to pop in their hospital bag.

 

 

 


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