Make bathtime more fun and less fuss with our reversible fern / dandelion washcloth with bright red hanging tag. High contrast black and white patterns, designed specifically to support babies' cognitive and visual development between birth and around 4 months.
Muslin fabric provides gentle exfoliation on baby skin and because it's thinner than a flannel it can get to all those sticky and fluffy bits easily. It also dries quickly, making it the perfect bathtime buddy
Generous 35cm x 35cm size in supersoft bamboo muslin.
Made from: 100% viscose from bamboo
The friend I bought the sensory washcloth for was very pleased with the softness of the fabric and the pretty (and clever! ) designs. I have coveted one of your products for a long time and was so pleased to be able to finally gift one to someone!
Such beautiful quality and extremely soft muslins. Love the animal designs. It captures the attention of my six week old baby. His older brother enjoys holding and moving the muslins to see how baby reacts. Great to be able to entertain them both for a little while! Wish I'd known about these with my first born. Definitely going to be the go to item for new baby gifts!
Bought these for my newborn and absolutely love them. Love the prints, love how soft they are but most of all love how my week old daughter gazes at them. Bought the pegs to hold the cloths which are fab. Wondered if they were a little pricey when I ordered them but not at all. Worth every penny
This washcloth is fab. My 3 month old little boy loves staring at it hung on the car seat. It calms him and allows him to fall asleep and its lovely and soft. Fantastic customer service and great to support such a great company with unique products. Thank you ++ Will be ordering other products.
I'm amazed at how much my little fella loves the washcloth. He was 8 weeks we got it and struggling to poop... he really helped calm him and give him som end thing else to focus on, which in turn relaxed enough to help with his tummy issues! He's 11 weeks now and he just loves taking in the patterns.