Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Style meets Breast Feeding...

Our Newest style in the BabyBaby Breast Feeding Pillow Decor' Friendly fabric is out.

Inspired by the hip New Zealand fashion industry, BabyBaby continues to create a look that you'll be proud to show off while enjoying the functionality that the popular Breast Feeding Pillow offers.

Zebra stripes meets Polka Dots - 100% cotton top and bottom with durable drill gusset and woven handles. Machine washable and dries in no time.

Position and posture is key when it comes to breastfeeding and it is all about mum! With the BabyBaby Breast Feeding Pillow Mum’s posture improves immediately the pillow is placed around her waist, therefore baby is correctly positioned at the correct height for successful feeding.

Filled with polystyrene beans which are encased in their own inner means you control the height and comfort of the pillow depending on your needs and that of your child.

Note Worthy: Our feeding Pillows are all hand made in New Zealand and are lovingly crafted in totally smoke free environments. We employ local sewers who are mothers and grandmothers who have perfected their craft and enjoy creating our pillows for our precious customers. By purchasing a babybaby feeding pillow not only are your customers supporting their own physical health by supporting their posture while their baby is in the correct position for breastfeeding; they are also supporting NZ women working from home. We have implemented a strict quality control program and back all our products with a 100% money back guarantee. Our sewers take complete pride in their work which we are very proud of. The key here is unlike other breast feeding support pillows, we are a local company, supporting local women. We have never manufactured offshore.

Learn more about Breast Feeding with the BabyBaby Breast Feeding Pillow at babybaby

Monday, October 24, 2011

Treating Cradle Cap

Cradle cap is a form of seborrhea Dermatitis (sebum causing inflammation). Found mainly on the scalp and face of babies and young children. It appears as thick, oily, yellowish or brownish patches and the skin itself can appear red, flaky and irritated.
Cradle cap is simply a build up of sweat and oil produced by overactive glands. Sometimes an overgrowth of yeast may contribute to the condition. The good news is it is treatable.

We recommend Multi Healing Balm with Manuka and Kanuka oils which balance out sebum (oil) production and gently lift the dead skin cells from the scalp.

Treatment of Cradle Cap
• Brush the scalp with a soft bristle brush to loosen the scales.
• Massage Multi Healing Balm into scalp - it will literally lift the cradle cap without causing damage to the skin beneath.
• Leave the Multi Healing balm on over night.
• Shampoo hair and scalp as per usual the following day.

"I have battled cradle cap with three children and am so happy I have finally found something that works. Multi Healing Balm is awesome stuff! To think I wasted so much money on expensive products and time on old wives tales which did not work".
Ashleigh Procter, WA