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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Tomme Tippee Tip it Up Cup


Fun and Funky Colours
Non Spill
Hygiene Cap
Easy grip
BPA Free
Interchangeable lids and bases throughout the range
Super soft silicone dura-spout

Price: RM25
+ RM7 (P&P)

Status:
Only purple colour is available

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Thermal Bottle Travel Bags


The set contains 2 travel bags:
      • Designed to hold Closer to Nature feeding bottles
      • Excellent thermal properties
      • Neat carry handle you can hange from buggy
      • An ideal solution for feeding on the go

Our Price: 
RM70.00 per pack
+ RM7.00 (P&P)

Status:
 Out of Stock

Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Electric Breast Pump


Closer to Nature has been credited with revolutionising the way mums feed their babies, by making it easier to combine breast and bottle feeding. The electric breast pump gives great results at the touch of a button and is really easy to assemble, use and sterilise. Neat and compact, portable and light weight, with all the add-ons to make this a superb kit. The unique silicone cups gives maximum comfort to mum and is specially designed to mimic a baby's natural feeding action. The natural choice for mums who want superior product performance from a breast pump that is easy, comfortable and convenient to use. The pump has 4 expression phases, light, low, medium and high. The light setting is recommended to promote milk let down.
    • Easy to use
    • Portable and light weight
    • Includes a handy steriliser box
    • Free inside 1x 150ml bottle, 1 milk storage pot and 6 disposable breast pads 

PRICE 
RM490
+ RM10.00 (P&P)

SALE!!!

RM350 + RM10 (P&P)


Status:
SOLD OUT




Saturday, November 26, 2011

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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Tefal Issencia Frying Pan 26cm





Price: 
RM120 + RM10 (P&P)

Status:
In stock

Saturday, November 5, 2011

ANNOUNCEMENT ON EID BREAK

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ANNOUNCEMENT ON STOCKS AND PRICES

Dear friends/customers,

Our huge thanks for your tremendous support...

Here are some announcements on our stocks and prices!

All items that we publish and promote on this website were stocked on bargain prices and directly transported from the UK. Therefore the stock availability for the items are very limited. The prices published are the current bargain prices that we can offer to our Malaysian customers. As we have no control over the bargain prices from the suppliers in the UK at any time, we may have to adjust our prices in Malaysia accordingly. So, you could expect price changes for our products over the time! 

But we can assure you that our prices will be very competitive with other online sellers for similar items.


In order to be fair to our customers in Malaysia, we will try our best to announce in advance any price changes for the items affected. Any order/reservation (with deposit) placed before the announcement will be honoured with the old prices. We would like to emphasise that you confirm your booking/reservation by filling up our order form (Order Form page) with the proof of deposit payment.

Thank you again for your support....

Happy shopping!!!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Tommee Tippee Weaning Cups Tip It Up Flip Top (18m+)


- Suitable for18 month and above
- Capacity: 400ml
- Fun and Funky Colours
- Non Spill
- Hygiene Cap
- Flip Top Straw
- Easy grip
- BPA Free
- Interchangeable lids and bases throughout the range so you can mix and match lids and bases
- Super soft silicone advanced dura-straw

(Blue)
Price: RM25 each + RM7 (P&P)

Status:
SOLD OUT

Tip It Up Flip Top
(Pink)
Price: RM25 each + RM7 (P&P)

Status:
SOLD OUT



Tip It Up Flip Top
(Purple)
Price: RM25 each + RM7 (P&P)

Status:
SOLD OUT


Sunday, October 23, 2011

Tommee Tippee Weaning Cups Tip It Up Beaker (9m+)


Features:
- for 9 month and above
- capacity: 400 ml
- Fun and Funky Colours
- Non Spill
- Hygiene Cap
- Easy grip
- BPA Free
- Interchangeable lids and bases throughout the range
- Super soft silicone advanced dura-spout
Tip It Up Beaker 
(blue)
Price: RM25 + RM7 (P&P)

Status:
Available


Tip It Up Beaker 
(pink)
Price: RM25 + RM7 (P&P)

Status:
Available





Tip It Up Beaker 
(purple)
Price: RM25 + RM7 (P&P)

Status:
Available



Sunday, October 16, 2011

Confused about whether to buy PP or PES AVENT bottles?

They are both BPA Free, so what's the difference?



What is BPA?
Bisphenol A, also known as BPA is a chemical used to make certain types of plastics. It is thought that if consumed BPA can be harmful, especially throughout the early stages of development. It can interfere with healthy growth and body functions... babies are particularly vulnerable to this damage.

What is the difference between AVENT'S Polyethersulfone (PES) & Polypropylene (PP) Bottles?
  • The Polyethersulfone (PES) Feeding Bottle is extra durable, and easy to clean. This premium quality feeding bottle has interchangeable design features and can be adapted to the changing needs of mother and baby. Honey coloured (transparent).
  • The premium quality Polypropylene (PP) Feeding Bottle has interchangeable design features and can be adapted to the changing needs of mother and baby. White/Milky Coloured (Semi-transparent).

PP Bottles (Polypropylene
PES Bottles (Polyethersulfone)
0% BPA
0% BPA
White (semi transparent)
Honey (Transparent)
Anti-Colic Valve, adapter ring to be used, supplied with all PP bottles
Anti-Colic Valve, adapter ring not needed
Medium Temperature Resistance
High Temperature Resistance
Microwave resistance & dishwasher-proof
Microwave resistance & dishwasher-proof
Low scratch resistance, stiffness & rigidity
High impact / shatter resistant

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Tommee Tippee Tip it Up Cup


- suitable for 4 month and above
- Fun and Funky Colours
- Non Spill
- Hygiene Cap
- Easy grip
- BPA Free
- Interchangeable lids and bases throughout the range
- Super soft silicone dura-spout


Tip It Up Cup
(purple)
Price: RM25

Status:
Available

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Tommee Tippee Weaning Cups Tip it Up Sportster (12m+)

Tip it Up™ Sportster for  12 mnths and above
    • Fun and Funky Colours
    • Non Spill
    • Hygiene Cap
    • Ideal for sports
    • Easy grip
    • BPA Free
    • Interchangeable lids and bases throughout the range
    • Super soft silicone advanced dura-spout

Tip it Up™ Sportster (blue)
Price: RM25 each
+ RM7 (P&P)

Status:
Available


Tip it Up™ Sportster (pink)

Price: RM25 each
+ RM7 (P&P)

Status:
SOLD OUT

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Tommee Tippee Feeding Bottle 260ml/9oz

Closer to Nature feeding bottle is practical as it:
      • cradles comfortably in the hand, 
      • gripped in the same way as a traditional wide neck bottle, 
      • held from the base
      • the natural flex teats mimics  the movement and softness of a mum’s breast

Feeding Bottles 2x 260ml/9oz
The set includes:
Closer to Nature
2x 260ml/9oz 
 with teats


Price: RM60.00 /set
+ RM7.00 (P&P)



Status:
Available

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Feeding Bottles 3x 260ml/9oz
The set includes:
Closer to Nature
3x 260ml/9oz 
 with teats

Our Price
RM75.00 / set
+ RM7.00 (P&P)

Status:
Available

Friday, August 26, 2011

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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Tommee Tippee Disposable Breast Pad

Price: RM50.00 + RM7.00 (P&P)

Status: 
In stock

Closer to nature breast  pads are packed in 50's for extra value. They are ideal for putting in your handbag or baby's changing bag as they are twin wrapped.
    • Ultra absorbent
    • Contoured to fit
    • Thin and discreet
    • Silky soft lining
    • Non slip
    • Breathable

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Tommee Tippee Weaning Cups explora® Easy Drink Cup (6m+)

With a unique spout, Tommee Tippee baby cups are an easy way for your baby to drink without the risk of spillage.
explora® Easy Drink Cup

    • Advance-flo technology for easy drinking
    • Unique soft-flex spout protects gums
    • Easy to hold handles
    • Hygiene Cap
    • Truly non spill & leak proof
    • explora® learning to drink the easy way
    • BPA Free
    • Easy to hold with non detachable handles
Clever Bit
advance-flo™ technology ensures explora® cups are truly non spill & easy to drink from easing the transition from mealtime to active drinking



explora® Easy Drink Cup (blue colour)
Price: RM24

Status:
SOLD OUT


explora® Easy Drink Cup (green colour)
Price: RM24


Status:
SOLD OUT

Monday, May 30, 2011

Pre-loved Cloth Books

Pre-loved Usborne Cloth Book
Title: Fairy
  • A bright colourful cloth book with flaps to lift, touchy-feely patches and lots of surprises.
  • Little children will love following Flora the Fairy as she journeys past flowers, unicorns and magical toadstools.
  • Illustrated by Rachel Wells, illustrator of the best-selling "That’s not my..." series.
The actual  Fairy cloth book
in good condition

Our price: RM15 + Postage



Sunday, April 10, 2011

Tommee Tippee Nuby Natural Touch Silicone Teat

Why Tommee Tippee Natural Touch Silicon Teat?
Natural shape and size
- Mimics  the natural contour  and size  of a mother's nipple which allows for 
easier acceptance  and proper latch-on.

Natural soft feel
Unique Natural Touch silicone is very soft and reacts more like a mother's nipple

Natural movement
- Gently flexes and elongates like mother's nipple. 
Allows your baby to position the teat at the correct angle for feeding.

with

 features anti-colic valves and special teething nubs


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Medium Flow (2 holes) Breast Size Teat

The pack contains 2 pieces of teats designed specifically for breast milk and 0m+ (suitable for Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature feeding bottles)

Price: 
RM25.00 per pack

Status:
SOLD OUT

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Fast Flow (3 holes) Breast Size Teat

The pack contains 2 pieces of teats designed specifically for breast milk and 0m (suitable for Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature feeding bottles)


Our Price: 
RM25.00 per pack

Status:
Available

Friday, April 8, 2011

BPA-free bottles – what’s it all about?

If you’ve read the recent media stories highlighting potential
health scares over baby bottles and cups that contain BPA,
you may be worried about what it all means.


What is BPA?
BPA stands for bisphenol A, a substance which is included in all polycarbonate products, like baby bottles, made for everyday use around the home.


Why am I hearing about BPA?
Recent health scares, concerning polycarbonate baby bottles containing bisphenol-A, centre around a report produced in the USA which claims that long-term exposure to BPA could result in health and developmental implications for infants and children. The concern is that, in preparing a bottle by heating to a high temperature in a steriliser and/or microwave, babies could ingest a small quantity of BPA, which leaches out of polycarbonate bottles more easily if they have been heated to a high temperature.

What should I do if I'm worried?
The current advice for concerned parents who are bottle feeding, is to either switch to glass bottles, OR use a hot water-filled jug or bottle warmer to heat existing polycarbonate bottles, OR to switch to one of the many BPA-free bottles and cups now available in the market.


Sunday, April 3, 2011

ANNOUNCEMENT ON NEXT SHIPMENT

Our next shipment will be leaving the UK in mid-April 2011 and is expected to arrive in Malaysia end of May or early June 2011.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

What is colic?

Colic is one of the most common feeding problems in young babies. No one is entirely sure exactly what causes colic but possible reasons include; immaturity of the digestive system, trapped wind, lactose intolerance and the balance of gut bacteria. Maternal smoking also appears to play a role

How do you know if your baby has colic?  
Crying in young babies is quite normal and babies cry for all sorts of reasons, such as being hungry, having a dirty nappy or being unwell. Symptoms of colic include;
  • Lots of crying
  • Screwed up eyes
  • A flushed face
  • Clenched fists
  • Legs pulled up to the chest

Colic is defined as a baby crying for more than 3 hours each day over more than 3 days a week for a period of 3 weeks. It often starts from 2-3 weeks of age and is often worse during late afternoons and evenings
Colic normally goes away by 3-6 months of age with no long term effects on your baby

Is there a cure for colic? 
Unfortunately not but there are lots of things that you can try and do to soothe your baby including;
  • Giving them lots of cuddles; rock them gently or have them close to you in a sling. Try holding them in different positions too
  • Putting your baby in a warm bath (always supervised)
  • Trying some distraction techniques, such as singing, looking in a mirror and showing them toys
  • Movement can be comforting; try walking or gently dancing with your baby. Going for a drive in the car can be soothing too

In some cases babies seem to find household noises such as the vacuum cleaner, washing machine or a hairdryer soothing
Gripe water or colic drops are available. There are different types, so ask your pharmacist for advice
Don’t despair if none of these work. Talk to your health visitor for further advice and speak to other mums with colicky babies to see what works for them

What about feeding? 
Frequent winding whilst feeding can help, especially if your baby tends to feed quickly. Try different winding techniques and allow plenty of time at the end of feeding for winding

Thursday, February 10, 2011

How to choose a breast pump

Manual breast pumps work by mimicking the sucking action of a breastfeeding baby. A cup pad is placed over your nipple and air is hand-pumped in to create a vacuum over your breast that stimulates milk flow. 
Your milk is collected in the attached container to be stored and fed to your baby when it's convenient – great if you have returned to work, or are away from your baby. 

Choosing a manual breast pump

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Compact – easy to fit into your handbag
  • Quiet
  • Simple-to-use mechanism
  • Cheaper than electric breast pumps – and cost nothing to run after you've bought one.

Cons

  • Slower to use than an electric breast pump
  • Repetitive pumping can be tiring over sustained periods
  • Can be difficult to get into a regular pumping rhythm.

Manual breast pumps – what to look for

The basic design of a manual breast pump is fairly consistent across different models and brands – but there are factors to look out for when choosing a suitable manual pump for you. Here are some shopping pointers.

Popular manual breast pump brands

Breast pump brands including Philips Avent and Tommee Tippee are popular choices.

Size and portability

You may need to express milk when you're out and about or at work – so a discreet and travel-friendly breast pump is an important consideration. Manual breast pumps are lightweight and noise-free, which can make them a good option for expressing when you're away from home. Most should fit into your bag, while some also come with carrying bags or cases.
Avent Isis manual breast pump
Look for a breast pump that comes with useful extras, like spare containers
If you're comparing models in a shop, pick them up and compare how heavy and bulky they are. 

Comfort

Comfort is a top priority for expressing mums. Using a breast pump shouldn't hurt – but some women can find the suction uncomfortable. The good thing about manual pumps is that you're directly in control of the pumping and can stop, start or change pace instantly. 
Some mums find manual breast pumps gentler than the more powerful electric varieties. You should also look out for cushion or massage cups that are designed to be more comfortable.

Extras

Lots of manual breast pumps come with added extras that can come in handy – including travel bags, breast pads, spare containers so you can express more than one bottle's worth of milk and suction cups of different sizes and styles for you to try out and see what's most comfortable. Some manual breast pumps will be more adjustable in terms of suction strength than others.

Frequency of use

Choosing a manual breast pump is a good low-cost option if you're only expressing milk every now and then, or when you're away from home. If you choose to feed your baby solely with expressed milk, however, investing in a more expensive – but more powerful – electric pump could make expressing a quicker and easier process.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

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We sell quality and top branded goods sent directly from United Kingdom. Quality of goods are assured.

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Monday, January 10, 2011

What is colic?

Colic

Find out about colic and what you can do to help your baby

What is colic? 

  • Colic is one of the most common feeding problems in young babies
  • No one is entirely sure exactly what causes colic but possible reasons include; immaturity of the digestive system, trapped wind, lactose intolerance and the balance of gut bacteria. Maternal smoking also appears to play a role

How do you know if your baby has colic?  

  • Crying in young babies is quite normal and babies cry for all sorts of reasons, such as being hungry, having a dirty nappy or being unwell
  • Symptoms of colic include;
    • Lots of crying
    • Screwed up eyes
    • A flushed face
    • Clenched fists
    • Legs pulled up to the chest
  • Colic is defined as a baby crying for more than 3 hours each day over more than 3 days a week for a period of 3 weeks
  • It often starts from 2-3 weeks of age and is often worse during late afternoons and evenings
  • Colic normally goes away by 3-6 months of age with no long term effects on your baby

Is there a cure for colic? 

  • Unfortunately not but there are lots of things that you can try and do to soothe your baby including;
    • Giving them lots of cuddles; rock them gently or have them close to you in a sling. Try holding them in different positions too
    • Putting your baby in a warm bath (always supervised)
    • Trying some distraction techniques, such as singing, looking in a mirror and showing them toys
    • Movement can be comforting; try walking or gently dancing with your baby. Going for a drive in the car can be soothing too
    • In some cases babies seem to find household noises such as the vacuum cleaner, washing machine or a hairdryer soothing
    • Gripe water or colic drops are available. There are different types, so ask your pharmacist for advice
  • Don’t despair if none of these work. Talk to your health visitor for further advice and speak to other mums with colicky babies to see what works for them

What about feeding? 

  • Frequent winding whilst feeding can help, especially if your baby tends to feed quickly. Try different winding techniques and allow plenty of time at the end of feeding for winding
  • Try not to let your baby get too hungry between feeds. Feed them in smaller volumes more regularly may help
  • Colic tends to occur equally amongst breast and bottle-fed babies but there are special tips depending on which method of feeding you have chosen;
Breastfeeding
  • You may need to have a look at your diet; caffeine, spicy foods, garlic, dairy foods that promote wind (cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, onions) have all been associated with colic
  • Keep a note of what you eat and see if there seems to be any link; do talk to your health visitor or GP before cutting important foods out of your diet
Bottle-feeding
  • Make sure that the teat is full of milk at all times during feeding
  • Try anti-colic teats or bottles; these are widely available
  • Your baby could be having difficulty digesting lactose (a milk sugar), in which case changing to a lactose-free formula (such as SMA LF ) may help. Speak to your healthcare professional for more advice