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NURSING PILLOW KIT

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An award winning, internationally acclaimed product designed by chiropractors in Norway, "The Nursing Pillow - kit" contains pillow, cover and pebbles.  

 Provides adjustable firmness giving optimum comfort. For use at home or on the go. Attaches around your waist to give better neck and shoulder support for you and additional comfort for your baby. It provides adjustable firmness giving optimum comfort and support as your baby grows.

 Lightweight with a handy travel bag, the Nursing Pillow is super practical and easy to use wherever you are. When you aren’t feeding, tie it around your waist and it converts into a comfortable hip carrier for you.

 Inner pillows are filled with TOXPROOF certified and food grade expanded polystyrene (EPS) beads. This is a soft, durable lightweight material, moulding to your body and staying in shape as well as keeping you cool. The material is odour-free with natural antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Tested according to EN71 Toy Safety standard and more. Soft and breathable outer cover in 95% cotton and 5% spandex jersey fabric Standard 100 by Oeko-tex class 1 certified.

PRODUCT SIZE

Length: 72cm, weight: 500g, carton dimension: 40x75x40cm

ABOUT THE BRAND

Bbhugme was created by three chiropractors from Norway - Hilde, Ann Kristin and Elisabeth -who shared a deep interest in chiropractic care of pregnant women, moms and babies. They saw many teary, sleep-deprived women who were suffering from pelvic and back pain before, during and after pregnancy. The three realised that the women needed even more support and care – a long-lasting, take-home solution that could support them beyond the care they get at clinics. This was the origin of the bbhugme pillow. The hard work that went into the design process was recognised in 2015, when bbhugme won “Best Design Award” from The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture.