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as of 10/28/2020 (Details)
While the corrective positioning of your baby may work well up the age of 3 months; after this age, it can become very difficult to alter your baby's sleeping position. Mimos Pillow eases the pressure on your baby's head and has been shown to get great results, particularly when introduced from birth. Clinically proven effective and results published in health Journal. Mimos pillow helps to relieve the pressure exerted on your baby's skull during rest and sleep. Babies habitually have a preferred side which they will sleep on, meaning the pressure is usually focused on one side of the head. As a baby gets older it can be increasingly difficult to improve this sleeping position through repositioning and Tummy Time. Repositioning requires unwavering attention, especially during the night, and may upset your baby if they feel uncomfortable being moved out of their chosen favourite position. Mimos Pillow removes the need to worry about constantly repositioning your baby. Simply place your baby so his or her head is located within the pillow's cavity. This will reduce the pressure by distributing the weight of the head over a much larger area of contact. Mimos Pillow is proud to boast the following accolades: 1)Effective pressure distribution on baby soft skull 2) Airflow Safety with TUV certification. 3) European Safety certification EN71-1 "Safe for children 0-3 years". 4) Textile safety certification - Oeko-Tex 100 Class 1 safe for babies. 5) Loved by Parents.
- Special designed weight distribution baby pillow.
- TUV Certification - 3D breathable Air-spacer fabric.
- Distribute pressure on baby soft skull- 4x less pressure compare to on the hard-flat surface mattress.
- Use in crib, pram, push chair, stroller or bouncer.
- Machine washable, Chemical and Dust-mite free.
Do you want ot get the Mimos Baby Pillow (XL) – Airflow Safety (German TUV Certification) – Size XL (1- 10 Months) – The only breathable safe and clinically tested effective baby pillow for plagiocephaly?