Organic bamboo baby wear arrives in SA

Posted in Family by Admin on 3 March, 2017 at 12:51 p.m.

Kit out your bundle of joy in Boody’s earth and skin-friendly bamboo basics – a trans-seasonal tee and pants, two-way zip onesie or a nifty combo of the singlet and shorts. 

The popular eco brand, Boody, which arrived in South Africa in 2015, has added a trendy baby collection to the range of comfy bamboo adult basics, undies and socks that are finding their way into local closets. Now, eco Mamas can choose from extraordinarily soft, but practical, tops, bottoms, baby grows, bibs and wraps.

Not only can they rest assured that Boody’s footprint on the earth is soft, but that the brand’s premium bamboo fabric is skin friendly.

The hypo-allergenic, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal fabric is also thermo-regulating and anti-static, making it perfect for a baby’s sensitive and delicate skin. 

Bamboo is a naturally breathable ‘miracle fibre’. Its’ moisture-wicking properties pull sweat away from the skin to avoid irritation, making it perfect for the hot South African climate. Boody’s stretchy fabric provides plenty of movement, making it easy to dress even the wriggliest of tiny tots. Petite fashionistas and trendy moms will love the three earthy shades, matching coloured snap fastenings and contrast binding – and will have plenty of fun gearing your tot out in the entire range or mixing and matching. With Boody Baby, caring is easy.

You’ll find Boody at selected Dis-chem stores, independent pharmacies, health stores and online.

For your nearest stockist, click HERE.

Written by: Tynago Communications, boutique PR consultancy
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