September is Baby Safety Awareness Month, a campaign that was started over 20 years ago to spread the word about the importance of using safe products for babies and children. Every parent wants their little ones to be safe and the people at LatherUp.co are no different, offering a product that will keep your baby safe and happy.
Sarah Stapp, founder of LatherUp Co., creator of LatherMitts, and mommy to a sassy 5 year old little girl, set out to make it easier for moms and dads to bathe squirmy and slippery kids. The family-friendly brand designs and manufactures products that are eco-friendly, safe for kids and enhance the lives of healthy growing families.
New Product Launched
LatherMitts was recently launched by LatherUp.co and are soft, cotton terrycloth gloves to get (and keep) kids clean, from head to toe. Features of LatherMitts include:
- Gentle neoprene grip that lines LatherMitts’ thumb and forefinger ensures that squirmy, slippery kids are secure and safe in your hands. Neoprene, commonly used in wetsuits, is hypoallergenic, non-slip and is naturally resistant to oil, mildew and mold.
- The rest of the glove is made of white organic cotton, perfect for a baby’s sensitive skin.
- The glove design of LatherMitts allows you full use of both hands and all ten fingers, making it easy to get into hard-to-reach places like behind ears and under chins.
- LatherMitts can be rewashed and reused again and again the same way you would use a washcloth.
The best part… LatherMitts come in sizes small to extra large, so mom, dad or any caregiver can cover bath time duties. The bath gloves are just $20.
Written by: Jennifer Solomon
Jennifer Solomon is the publisher of North Phoenix Family Magazine and the owner of Inspire PR & Marketing, LLC, a public relations and marketing firm. She has more than 17 years of experience in public relations, marketing and event management. Jennifer is a mom of two kids, ages 9 and 11, who inspired her to start a local family-friendly online magazine for other parents. She loves coaching kids in sports, decorating, and gardening. Follow North Phoenix Family on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.