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Cuddledry® team up with national charity

Baby bathtime company Cuddledry® is pledging 10 pence from the sale of every towel to the Child Accident Prevention Trust.

Posted: 30 August 2007
by Monica Stylli


Bathing your newborn baby can be a daunting task and getting the right help and advice should be simple for new parents. Unfortunately, a recent survey of maternity care showed that almost a third of women said that they had not received sufficient help from health professionals when bathing their baby. If you are concerned about how you should be bathing your newborn then don’t forget to check out our article on bathing your new baby.

To help support the prevention of childhood accidents Baby bathtime company Cuddledry® have teamed up with the Child Accident Prevention Trust.

The Cuddledry® bath towel was developed when two mums realised that bathtime can be a struggle when you have a slippery, wet newborn and not enough hands – and so decided to try and solve the problem.

Worn like an apron, both hands are free when taking baby out of the bath with the Cuddledry®. It comes with single-handed easy-release poppers that allow simple removal before lying baby down on a changing mat, still snugly wrapped.

Made from organic fabric the Cuddledry® towel costs £24.99 and comes in a two-tone soft oatmeal and cream colour, natural white, and soft pink or blue. 10 pence from every towel sold will be donated to the Child Accident Prevention trust.

Every purchase also carries a free liquid crystal bath thermometer - check out for more information.

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