1 maxi swaddle = at least 9 possibilities !
- Bath wrap and swaddle to soothe baby
- Bib, shoulder protector when baby burps, bouncer or cosy protection against spit-up
- Back-up sheet
- Breastfeeding cover for peace of mind
- Reusable nappy
- Summer blanket
- Mat for changing baby anywhere
- Beach towel, bath towel or sarong
- Superhero cape or improvised hut
See the comparison of the different uses between the 110x110cm swaddle and the 60x60cm swaddle.
he secrets of double cotton gauze...
To the touch, you can feel that the double cotton gauze is made up of 2 layers of gauze. To the naked eye, you can't see the regular dots that link them together.
This material is as soft as the skin of our little kokos and as comfortable as mummy's arms! It's a joy. It is both absorbent and breathable. And the best part is that it's easy to care for. No need to iron because after the first wash, the nappy will become beautifully embossed. No need to worry about allergies, because cotton is naturally hypoallergenic and perfectly suited to the delicate skin of our little ones.
More info on the materials and labels.
Why is the maxi swaddle environmentally friendly?
First of all, we make it a point of honour to select ethical materials. Our double cotton gauze is therefore organically grown and is Oeko-Tex® and GOTS certified. It is printed digitally with Oeko-Tex® certified pigment inks. This allows us to use less water and no nickel. As for the packaging, it is also eco-responsible and minimal.
As far as production is concerned, everything takes place in France, in the Rhône Alpes region, from start to finish. Our double cotton gauze is woven, printed and finished in the Rhône region. Then it's off to Savoie where the swaddle are sewn and packed. As for the packaging, it is printed in Isère region in an "Imprim'Vert" certified printing house.
Is this maxi swaddle made in a French ESAT social services etablishment?
Yes, our swaddles are entirely made in a French ESAT work assistance establishment. It is a social services establishment offering various professional activities and educational support to disabled people in a protected environment, therefore promoting their access to employment. We have chosen to work with an ESAT in order to support this initiative and indirectly help disabled people.