What makes our garments so great...

Our bodysuits are fun and functional and specially designed for children with special needs.  Our sizes start where most other brands finish (we make for 2-14 year olds) so you no longer need to search the ranges of multiple suppliers as your baby becomes a child.
Here are just a few great features of our garments:
* We use supersoft cotton/elastane fabrics that are AZO free and do not shrink after washing
* Our garments are tag-free to avoid unnecessary irritation and all seams are topstitched to prevent digging into skin, curling of edges and riding up
* The longer leg gives extra coverage, providing a warm layer in winter or on their own in summer
* Five (5) durable studs that make accessing the nappy difficult
* Can be both and undergarment or T-shirt
* A variety of colours for boys and girls alike
Our customers love our vests because they are soft and comfortable and keep wandering hands out of pants and nappies.

They're a great design and we now rely on them - much better than a too small baby grow! ” …Kate, United Kingdom

The tube access garments are one of our most popular items and are specially designed for tube fed children.

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