A new product, the Bamboo Bubby Bag, designed around babies comfort and safety, has hit the market and is taking off like wildfire. The idea behind the Bamboo Bubby Bag is “to provide a safe, responsible and comfortable environment for a baby to rest and sleep” Kelly Northey, the founder and designer of Bamboo Bubby Bag states. Northey states, “The bag is designed to give your baby a comfortable sleeping environment that will expand when it’s warm in order to let your baby’s skin breathe and contract in cooler temperatures to keep heat close to their body.” The design also helps reduce infant/toddler thumb sucking while sleeping and decreases scratching for those infants inflicted with skin conditions such as eczema. The Bamboo Bubby Bag is constructed from material that is 70% bamboo and 30% organic cotton.
Because of its unique design, the Bamboo Bubby Bag has been offered a place in this year’s South Australian Young Entrepreneur Scheme. This is quite a feat for a product that is relatively new to the market. Not only is this a new and innovative product, but it also fit infant/toddler sizes from 000-2+. This feature alone is cost effective in helping parents protect the delicate skin of their babies. With the Bamboo Bubby Bag, you are not only protecting your baby from scratching themselves, but also reducing the chances of them developing chronic thumb sucking habits that can go on for years.
You can now purchase the Bamboo Bubby Bag online, either through their direct website or by visiting their Facebook store. While visiting either purchase site, you will be impressed by the unique and clever design of the Bamboo Bubby Bag. This is a product that should be on every expectant mother’s wish list. It is the perfect gift for those who eco conscious and prefer to use only natural fibers in their children’s accessories. Because of its ability to adapt to different temperatures, the Bamboo Bubby Bag is the ultimate in comfort gear for any baby anywhere.
Kelly Northey designed the Bamboo Bubby Bag when her son was diagnosed with eczema. While looking at other products available, Northey found it difficult to find one that would protect her son once he learned to roll over and that was made of material that wouldn’t agitate his condition. The need for a design that featured hand covers was also important so that he wouldn’t be able to scratch during the night. When she was unable to find a product that met her needs, she designed the Bamboo Bubby Bag to help her son and others who suffer from various skin conditions such as eczema and allergies.