My Mummy's World : Bibisili Review

Saturday, 10 August 2013

Bibisili Review

Bibisili Review

Weaning and feeding time with children of any age is a very messy task. Jack for one is a very messy eater and often ends up wearing most of his food - even with a bib on. Piccolo Bambino and Bibisili recently sent us one of their bibs for review with a built in crumb catcher for Jack this is more of a food catcher. 

Bibisili bibs are made from 100% food grade silicone and are also non-toxic, odourless, Eco-friendly and overall kind to babies skin. These bibs are also very easy to clean, if you own a dishwasher they can simply be popped in also making them sterile. 

The bibs come in a wide range of bright and funky animal designs and all are suitable from 6 months. We opted for a Zooey Zebra, purely because I'm Zoe and love zebras, we also received a Jake Giraffe. However there is a wide range of designs available. 
Now, I fully understand there are many silicone crumb catcher bibs available on the market, in fact we own some. However, the bibisili one is different, some others can leave your child restricted and making it difficult for them to move their heads but this one didn't. Jack normally responds to this by trying to take it off, but he didn't with this one. 

Bibisili bibs fasten with a hook and loop unlike many others. It has 3 size settings so grows with your child. The crumb catcher makes it easier to clean up at the end of mealtimes as less gets on the floor - only what he throws. One of the other good things is how easy it is to store - as they are so flexible you can simply roll it up into itself. This makes it easy to store in the drawer but also easy to take out and about with us. 

These bibs retail at £6.99 and can be purchased from both the Bibisili and Piccolo Bambino website. I think the price is reasonable as they grow with your child so money well spent. 
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Pease Note. I received this product from Bibisili for the purpose of this review, all opinions and wording are my own 

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