New Product Designed to Prevent Flat-Head Syndrome amongst Babies

A new product - Lovenest+ - could help protect infants against the onset of Flat-head Syndrome.

Positional Plagiocephaly (Flat-head Syndrome) affects as many as 47% of babies between 7 and 12 weeks.   It is caused by pressure on the soft skull bones, which have not yet fused, and become moulded into a different shape. This can occur when an infant spends excessive periods of time lying or resting in the same position on their backs; in pushchairs, car seats, bouncers and cribs.

Committed to helping prevent flat head syndrome, Babymoov has worked with French paediatrician, Dr Maidenberg, to create an affordable, simple solution.

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