HYDROPHILIC CLOTHS ON YOUR BABY CHECKLIST: YOU CAN NEVER HAVE ENOUGH OF THESE!
Hydrophilic cloths are at the top of many baby lists. If you’re not a mum yet, you’re probably wondering why on earth you need so many. But you’ll soon realise you won’t be able to do without these once you have your baby in your arms!
From an unexpected changing moment, to drying off your little one: you can truly use hydrophilic cloths for anything. A hydrophilic cloth is beautifully soft, super thin and lightweight. This means these cloths dry very quickly and the thin fabric will also allow you, for example, to dry the delicate skin between your baby’s toes too. How handy is that?
LIGHT, AFFORDABLE & TRENDY
The reason why hydrophilic cloths are so popular is because they’re so easy to take along with you. You can always fit at least a couple in your changing bag. Plus they’re super lightweight. That’s certainly a nice bonus, as mummy has quite enough to carry around with her. Another advantage is how affordable these cloths are. And we haven't even mentioned how great they look! Truly fabulous. Noppies Baby Comfort hydrophilic cloths are available in all different types and sizes.
MULTI-TALENTED: THE HYDROPHILIC CLOTH
It’s undoubtedly now becoming abundantly clear why hydrophilic cloths are such a firm favourite with parents. But we’d still like to share a few examples with you, as we’d like to inspire you.
- A little bit of burping needed? Just place a hydrophilic cloth across your shoulder. That’ll save on any possible mess;
- Enjoying a lie down in the park? One of those things a lovely XL hydrophilic cloth is perfect for;
- Want to swaddle your little one? Another possibility!
- A nap during a warm day? It’s perfect as a lightweight blanket too.
- And hydrophilic cloths are the perfect bib during a snack moment.
SMART HYDROPHILIC CLOTHS
We always think along with you as effectively as possible when designing our hydrophilic cloths. We look at lightweight materials, sustainable fabrics, unisex versions, but we also look into functionalities like a loop to hang them up with.
Do you have any questions, or would you like to think along with us? Then we would certainly like to hear from you!