New baby accessories startup, Kura Organics, has launched a stylish and sustainably designed car seat wrap for babies. The wrap is a fashionable, practical alternative to a blanket or coat, offering a more comfortable and convenient solution to keep babies warm and snug when travelling.
The concept was formed when Amy Duffy and Kerry Greenwood – who are both mums to young babies – found that ensuring their babies were a safe temperature when travelling was more difficult than they imagined.
They understood the safety aspects in babies wearing coats and worried that blankets could easily fall off, or even end up over the baby’s head. This led them to realise that there was a gap in the market for something cosy, stylish and practical for parents. They enlisted Amy’s cousin Victoria Oakley, who has extensive experience in childrenswear design, and together they have brought the ideal solution to life.
The Kura Organics wrap is made from the softest GOTS certified organic cotton, selected due to it’s lower environmental impact. It’s also designed with OEKO-TEX standard, non-toxic and baby-safe inks to make sure it is safe for delicate newborn skin. Alongside this, it is also functionally compatible with three and five-point car seats and travel systems.
Victoria Oakley, product designer at Kura Organics, told Revealing Britain: “We chose to name the brand Kura as it means ‘snuggle’ in Icelandic – which describes our wraps perfectly. We see them as a modern, stylish version of a comfort blanket; an accessory that is always there to keep your little ones warm and cosy. We have used a combination of our professional and life experiences to create what we believe will become an essential product for new parents. Amy and Kerry both use Kura wraps with their babies too – which goes to show how much we believe in our product.
“Using organic cotton was really important for us, because we wanted our product to be produced with as little effect to the environment as possible. All of our packaging and labels are either organic, recycled, or can be recycled. The products we create today affect future generations, which is why the origin of the materials is really important to us. Two of us are mums, and as a brand creating products for young babies, sustainability was a big consideration for production.”
Parents keen to purchase the Kura Organics products can pre-order now or purchase after 19th August. For the full range, visit Kura Organics.
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