There are plenty of tough decisions to make when planning for your new arrival;
finding the right mattress shouldn’t be one of them. This handy guide cuts through the waffle to help you find the right mattress,
because a good night’s sleep has to start somewhere.
Did you know, that between birth and 2 years old, babies can spend as much as 50% of their life on their cot mattress. Yes, we're incredibly jealous too. But all that sleep needs a strong foundation. And that's the mattress. With lots of different options out there, it’s easy to lose sight of what you need. So let's figure this thing out together.
All our mattresses are designed so they’re just the right size and firmness for your baby. We understand the importance of long-lasting value, which is why our sprung, pocket sprung and natural mattresses can be flipped and rotated to prolong their life.
The first choice you need to make, though, is selecting the right supportive core for your mattress. Like with pilates a good core means a happier life (we think that's Pilates, we skipped the class after lesson one), and there are several different types of mattress core to choose from.
Our anti-allergy covers are treated with Purotex™ - a probiotic that fights bad bacteria to keep baby safe from allergens and germs, great for asthma and eczema sufferers.
The state-of-the-art fabrics on our temperature regulating covers provide constant heat regulation for baby, all night.
All our mattress covers are machine washable; wash Purotex™ treated covers at 40OC and Essential Mattress Covers at 60OC.
Check out our range of mattresses and covers.
Depending on where your little one is sleeping, you may choose a smaller cot or crib over a larger cot bed. You may even want to use a Moses basket. To make sure you find the right mattress for your needs, we've made it even easier to shop your mattress by size.
Always place your baby on their back, when putting them down for sleep
Keep your nursery and home smoke-free during pregnancy and after the birth
If possible try to breastfeed your baby as this can help improve their sleep
For the first 6 months let baby sleep in your room either in a separate cot or a Moses Basket
Avoid sleeping in the same bed as your baby, especially if you have been drinking alcohol, smoking, taking medication or drugs which make you drowsy, or if you feel unwell or tired
Never fall asleep with you baby while sat in an armchair or laid on the sofa
Always use a firm, flat, waterproof mattress
Make sure baby’s head is not covered by loose bed sheets