- Size: 31x80 cm
- Weight: 360g
The Fossflakes Superior filling material provides a firm, yet soft and flexible surface for the new-born. This unique and patented filling material is a hypoallergenic blend of 70% Fossflakes Essentials (polyethylene) and 30% of the finest Fossfill polyester ball fibres. Shake the top mattress regularly to maintain its original soft shape, volume and support function.
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Small and handy
The Fossflakes BabySkies Mattress Topper is easy to bring along. It will follow you and your baby everywhere in the first six months of baby’s life.
It is easy to carry and fits into baby carriers, stroller bassinet, in the car, on the play mat and even on your arms.
Designed by a chiropractor
Fossflakes BabySkies Mattress Topper is developed and designed by chiropractors Karina and Peter Gyrst
Karina and Peter Gyrst are certified chiropractors from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Iowa, USA.
They have many years’ experience as family chiropractors with a specific focus on children’s chiropractics. They practice in Odense and Nyborg, Denmark.
Tips for baby’s laying positions
Here are five tips for parents to create good laying and sleeping positions for babies.
Remember to turn the head
When your baby is laying on its back – remember to turn the head gently from side to side. Parents should be particularly observant if their baby has a favorite side.
Turn baby onto its stomach
In their waking hours, babies should lie on their stomach as much as possible. Babies can also lie on their side, but remember to vary their position in order to help prevent the back of the head from being deformed. Put a duvet against the back to provide support when baby is laying on the side.
Your own preferred side
Some parents carry the baby while it is laying on its stomach. But remember to change arms, as adults often also have a favored side. Particularly parents with children that cry for extended periods, it is a good idea to vary the baby’s laying position in Mum’s or Dad’s arms.
Move the cot
Try moving the cot to a new place in the bedroom. In this way the light sources and different sensory experiences which normally catch baby’s attention will come from new directions. This will encourage the child to turn its head away from its usual side.
Consider the mattress
A Fossflakes BabySkies Mattress Topper can be placed on top of the baby’s ordinary mattress. It is softer and supports the baby’s head, neck and back. The child’s neck will have no sudden twists because it lies on a lovely soft surface, where the head can sink into the mattress.