Helpful or Hype: Crescent Womb Infant Safety Bed

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Since newborns spend the majority of their day sleeping (16 to 20 hours) it’s essential to keep babies safe in bed. Crescent Womb is an ergonomic infant bed that sleeps babies in a natural, comfortable, fetal position, and helps reduce the environmental risks of Sudden Infant Death (SIDS).

The founder is a father that worried that the traditional crib design makes babies lay flat. Laying flat contributes to stress on babies spines and can lead to physical deformities such as plagiocephaly (deformed skulls flattened on the back or side) and deformed bodies with poor muscle tone. Laying flat also contributes to the risk of SIDS and other suffocation hazards. Traditional cribs also can cause injury from limbs getting wedged in between crib railings and over heating from excessive blankets or mattress material.

The Crescent Womb keeps babies in a comfortable, curved position, and it keeps pressure off the back of their soft heads.

The Crescent Womb was created to ease the transition from being in the womb to being in the world. Crescent Womb is designed to be extremely beneficial during all stages of infancy. Crescent Womb has been physically tested to support weight exceeding 50lbs the typical infant will begin transitioning into a bed or crib around 6 months of age.

Crescent Womb is campaigning on Kickstarter and with 16 days to go. You can preorder your Crescent Womb now!


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Crescent Womb Website

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