The Only Hug Safe for My Baby Is That by Babyhug

The Only Hug Safe for My Baby Is That by Babyhug

Last Updated on

When my baby was born, I was a naive mother and hardly knew about many brands of baby products. Many of us go through this phase of confusion and anxiety while choosing a safe and good quality brand of products for our little ones. But, now that I am experienced, I can safely recommend Babyhug for all mothers to use for their babies. The first time I used a Babyhug product was simply after going through good reviews on FirstCry. It was a great decision. I had purchased a feeding pillow which proved to be very useful. Not only did it look great, but it was also sturdy yet soft. I went on to try more products by them and till date have never been disappointed. The baby bathtub was a delight! It was cushioned and could be folded too. It also came with a drainage plug which is such a useful feature. I bought their baby wipes, and since then they’re my favourite. It’s mildly scented and has just the right amount of wetness. It is gentle on the skin too. I myself switched to Babyhug wet wipes for cleaning my face too. My daughter’s first finger brush too was by Babyhug. It was so soft on the gums yet effective. Their sippers are a must for babies. They look so attractive and help babies switch from bottles easily. And of course, how can I forget the clothes! I still make her wear Babyhug clothes. They’re of great quality and very tasteful. The products are of great make and not unnecessarily expensive. I wish the brand every success and intend to remain a loyalist forever. Thank you so much Babyhug for being such an important part of my motherhood. I wish I can use your products for as long as possible.

Disclaimer: The views, opinions and positions (including content in any form) expressed within this post are those of the author alone. The accuracy, completeness and validity of any statements made within this article are not guaranteed. We accept no liability for any errors, omissions or representations. The responsibility for intellectual property rights of this content rests with the author and any liability with regards to infringement of intellectual property rights remains with him/her.

Previous articleLong-distance Parenting: Tips on How to Connect With Your Child
Next articleBabyhug: A Gentle Hug for Babies, and My Go-to Brand for My Kid’s Needs