Air Quality Control
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About Air Quality Control
Our little ones aren't as well equipped to fight off colds and respiratory illnesses as we are, making it crucial to ensure the air in your house is good quality and the right temperature. But there's no need to fret - we have a brilliant range of products to improve the air quality in your home, and we've even put together a handy guide to help you make the right choice!
Choose a baby humidifier if your house has dry air - it could be negatively impacting their health more than you realise. Dry air can cause dry skin, chapped lips, irritated sinuses, and itchy eyes - not ideal for a growing baby!
Why not try a humidifier for babies that produces mist to really ease nasal congestion and symptoms of colds and the flu - you'll be glad you did come winter! A bonus to opting for a humidifier: helping your baby sleep. The white noise given off provides a soothing background that'll drown out other noises and help them drift off to the land of nod.
Alternatively, if the air in your home is moist, their bedroom will benefit from a baby dehumidifier. By reducing the amount of moisture in the air, not only will your shiny new machine ward off mould and mildew but it'll provide a fabulous solution for unhappy babies on those sweltering summer nights. What's more, the white noise given off helps baby sleep easier as well as removing allergens like mould particles and dust mites from the air!
Why not invest in a baby air purifier to make sure you're giving them the safest environment possible? Crafted to remove airborne pollutants that could negatively affect their delicate health, such as dust, dirt, mould, and pet dander, air purifiers freshen the air as well as getting rid of any nasty smells - all the better to help baby stay healthy and sleep through the night.