For prams and strollers
Doctors worldwide state that babies under six months must be kept completely out of direct sunlight, because their skin contains very little melanin (so they burn more easily) but is too sensitive for sunscreen. You can introduce sunscreen from six months, but even then it’s so important to keep your little one in the shade as much as possible.
Made from scientifically tested air-permeable fabric, SnoozeShade pram and stroller shades safely block up to 99% of UVA and UVB rays, creating shade for your child while protecting their delicate skin and eyes. Our innovative fabric also shuts out 94% of light and blurs distractions, which encourages your little one to sleep on the go and helps keep your nap routine on track!
For car seat capsules
Compatible with all Group 0 and 0+ car seats with a rigid carry handle, SnoozeShade Car Seat Capsule Sunshades gives your baby 360-degree protection from the sun. This is especially important from birth to six months, as your baby’s skin contains very little melanin, which means they burn easily.
Both the Original and Deluxe versions of our infant carrier sun shade are made from our better-than-breathable fabric that lets air flow freely while blocking up to 99% of the sun’s harmful rays. Use them in shade mode when your baby is awake, or in snooze mode to create a comfortingly dark space and establish healthy on-the-go sleep habits from day one.
Going on holiday? Visiting friends or family? If you’ve got a little one in tow you might be wondering how you’re going to get them to sleep while room-sharing with the rest of the family, or in a bright or unfamiliar space.
Made from better-than-breathable fabric that allows air to flow freely, our portacot shade safely blocks out 94% of light and blurs distractions to help your little one switch off and sleep. Use them whenever and wherever you need an instant portacot blackout solution!
One of the things I needed when I first had Holly was a baby diary so I could keep a note of everything she did.
For the first 6 months I had a plain notebook in which I jotted down when she slept, when she ate and when she did other things I wanted to remember. It worked but was a bit messy.
It was really useful to hand over to anyone looking after her, or when I went to the doctor or when I just wanted to see if something had changed when things went a bit pear-shaped.