Madii & Dyl: Comfy, Hypoallergenic Pillows for Kids

06/09/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy Madii & Dyl

When your little one hits the sack, she’s afraid of the monsters under her bed.

But it’s another kind of creepy crawlers that you’re worried about.

Let Madii & Dyl‘s line of hypoallergenic pillows ($39 – $59) come to the rescue.

Crafted of chemical-free natural latex, they naturally resist dust mites, mildew and bacteria.

Even better? The pillows — which come in sizes for infants and big kids — are designed to comfortably support your tot’s head.

You’ll also love the company’s eco-friendly Luxe Cleansing Flannel ($15) — it’s perfect for babies with eczema or craddle cap.

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Nicole on

Ummmm….since when it is acceptable to give an infant a pillow?

Michelle on

Nicole, I was wondering the same thing. Is this something new?

Amanda on

Just wanted to point out that, since these pillows are made of latex (especially “natural” latex), they are NOT hypoallergenic.

I sincerely hope no one buys these for their children thinking that they won’t have a reaction to them.

Madii on

Hello All,

Just to clarify that the Newborn Nod Booster is a daytime head support pillow, designed to cradle bubs head preventing flat heads and support proper neck and spine alignment. It is suitable for use in the day, in the car seat, pram etc. Infants should not be left with pillows in the crib overnight.

Our pillows are made from 100% certified organic latex. It contains no chemicals and are naturally hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites, mildew and mold making it ideal for asthma sufferers.

For those who are allergic to latex, whether synthetic (chemical based latex ie balloons, surgical gloves) or natural, we advise that you consult your specialist before use.

Anonymous on

I am a neonatal intensive care RN and am very concerned about this product. Pillows should never be marketed for infants, even if they are intended for “daytime use”. I am confused as to why an infant would even need a pillow in the daytime, in a car seat, stroller or anywhere else? A pillow is not a safe, nor effective, way of preventing a flat spot (plagiocephaly)on an infant’s head. Infant’s should sleep on their back, on a flat surface only. Having pillows and other items around an infant while sleeping is linked to increased risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

How irresponsible to market an infant-sized pillow for ANY use.