Posted November 10, 2018 05:31:14 Baby dolls and life preservers are now available in the UK.
The US-based company BabyDollSaver announced on Monday that it has introduced the new “Baby Doll” life preserver, which is priced at $59.99 (£43.97).
The life preservative contains a silicone silicone capsule containing a silicone, polyester and cotton blend that is used to seal the infant’s mouth and face.
It also contains a protective pouch, which protects the baby’s mouth, chest and abdomen.
The capsule, which was designed to be disposable, can be used to help prevent premature infant death (PID).
It is also designed to protect the infant against cold temperatures and infection.
The life preserve is not meant to be used immediately after birth and is not for use on babies who are in the first month of life.
The new life preserve can be applied to infants up to the age of 1.5 months old and it is intended to be worn daily for at least one month.
The company said it had been able to achieve its goal by partnering with experts in the field and developing a new product.
“Our focus was to make this preserver the best of both worlds,” said Elizabeth Mather, CEO of BabyDolls.
“BabyDolls is known for providing the best quality preservatives for babies and babies’ lives, and we wanted to provide a better alternative to the other brands.”
BabyDolls said the capsule was made from an organic silicone blend that has been tested in an independent lab.
“This preservative is designed to last at least up to a year,” the company said.
“While some people prefer to keep their babies close to home, we think this life preserve capsule is best suited for babies who prefer to stay with friends and family.”
The capsule is also made from a natural material that will not tarnish, break, or break down over time.
The only preservative added is a protective coating that helps to seal out air, water and debris during storage.
“It is not yet clear whether the life preserving will be available in all UK stores.
The price tag for the new Life Preserver was not disclosed.