Freeman Cebu Business

Safe wearable blankets now available in Cebu

Ehda Dagooc - The Freeman

CEBU, Philippines - Cebu's growing metropolitan consumer community has attracted one of the world's known safe and healthy sleep solution brand–Halo SleepSack to make its strong presence here.

The HALO SleepSack® wearable blanket replaces loose blankets in the crib that can cover the baby's face and interfere with breathing.

Cebuana Mom-prenuer Ives Lim-Esteban will lead the promotion of safe sleep advocacy business in Cebu via the introduction of varied products offered by Halo SleepSack.

"As today’s generation of mothers continue to become more involved in raising their babies and toddlers, HALO SleepSack® introduces its brand of wearable blankets to promote its safe sleep advocacy to the Cebuano parenting community," said Esteban.

HALO’s philosophy stems from its commitment to putting babies’ safety first, which guides the company in developing and manufacturing its wearable blankets.

In addition to sleeping more safely, HALO SleepSack® help babies sleep better, too. It's a warm, cuddly blanket they can't kick off, ensuring your little one sleeps soundly throughout the night.

The entry of the brand, will not only sell this modern "baby essentials", but Esteban said safe sleep advocates will be deployed in retail outlets where the brand's products are being distributed.

In Cebu, Halo SleepSack products are made available at Rustan’s, Mothercare, Rainbow Tots, Modern Mama, and Baobao Babies.

Since 2005, the American Academy of Pediatrics has suggested the use of wearable blankets.

Today, HALO SleepSack® products are used by over 1,400 hospitals and natal intensive care units (NICUs) to promote safe sleep, and by millions of parents world wide to help babies sleep safely from the start.

The HALO SleepSack® is the only safe sleep product that has received recommendations and approval by the American Academy of Pediatrics, U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission, International Hip Dysplasia Institute, leading SIDS organizations and the medical community. It is also the recipient of prestigious awards and recognitions certifying it to be safe and health for babies. — (FREEMAN)

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