The Babymoov's guide to well-being

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Pollution is a major issue that affects us all. Although we are now fairly well aware of outdoor
pollution, we are generally less well advised as to indoor air quality.

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The Babymoov's guide to well-being

  1. 1. Everyday well-beingPollution is a major issue that affects us all. Although we are now fairly well aware of outdoorpollution, we are generally less well advised as to indoor air quality. Did you know? • 16 hours: the amount of time that we spend at home each day on average. • 2/3: the proportion of air that we breathe that is conditioned by the quality of the air in our homes. • 22,000: the number of breaths that we take each day. • 1 personn / 5: admits to having already felt the effects of indoor air pollution on their health or on that of their family (asthma, headaches, allergies, etc.). • 150 millions: the number of people in the world who suffer from asthma. To ensure the well-being of the whole family, it is therefore vital to make indoor air quality a prime concern! 2
  2. 2. The air in our homes can sometimes be morepolluted than the air outside Carpets and other floor coverings Animal hair Do-it-yourself products Humidity Household cleaning products Fuel-fired Perfumed appliances Smoking candles What are the effects of this pollution? • Irritation of the nose, the throat, and the eyes. • Infection of the airways. • Skin and respiratory allergies. • Cough and colds. • Asthma. • Tiredness. • Dry skin. 3
  3. 3. Taking the right steps against indoor pollution Air your home! Make the right choice! Pollutant concentrations in the home can For the well-being of the whole family, it be reduced by opening the windows to let is essential to choose the right products fresh air in for at least 10 minutes per day, and to take special care with the following both in winter and summer. products: It is also necessary to check the ventilation system on a regular basis so as to ensure • tobacco: it is better to smoke outside. the general and continuous circulation of Smoking in another room or opening the fresh air around the home. window is not sufficient. • paints: do not expose newborn babies Make sure you never leave children alone near an or pregnant women to fresh paint. open window or if the room opens out onto a balco- ny. Also, never leave any objects or furniture around • Air fresheners that a child could use to climb up to a window. • Household insecticides and bactericides Above all, it is essential to follow the use instructions and dosages of household cleaning products. Be vigilant! It is important to be attentive to temperature and humidity levels in the rooms of the home, in order to limit the proliferation of moulds and acarians. Ideal temperature: Ideal humidity level: 18 à 20°C / 64.4°F – 68°F max 40 – 50% 4
  4. 4. Our priority:the well-being of baby! Babies are actively developing, and are the- It is therefore vital to take special care over refore far more sensitive to the quality of the air that baby breathes, in order to pre- their environment than their parents: vent: • they breathe in and out at a much • asthma, bronchitis, and other higher frequency respiratory problems • their respiratory system • allergies is still developing • colds and otitis • their immune system is still fragile • dry skin 5
  5. 5. TRUE/FALSEWe do sometimes have previously held assumptions about internal pollution and baby’swell-being.The air in baby’s room is just as polluted as that of the restof the home. ✔ TrueUnfortunately, we find traces of outdoor pollutants, in addition to otherpollutants specific to enclosed spaces i.e. in walls, furniture, and decora-tive or hygiene products. 5 to 10 times more polluted than outside temperature wooden furniture: heating: of the room varnish dries the air curtains linen 6
  6. 6. High temperatures are good for baby’s comfort.High temperatures (over 22°C/71.6 °F) encourage the proliferation of ✘ Falsemoulds and other undesirable organisms such as acarians, which are res-ponsible for a number of allergies.The ideal temperature for a baby’s room is between 18 and 20°C – 64.4and 68 °F.The level of humidity affects the well-being of my baby.Just like with temperature, humidity levels affect a baby’s well-being, and ✔ Trueencourages the proliferation of moulds and acarians.The ideal humidity level is between 40 and 50%.I can’t do anything about the pollution in my baby’s roomOn the contrary, one very effective action is to change bad habits: air rooms ✘ Falseto let in fresh air, reduce or eliminate personal emissions (tobacco, etc.),take care when choosing household cleaning products, check householdappliances, etc. Babymoov undertakes to ensure the well-being of baby’sroom ✔ TrueBabymoov undertakes to ensure the well-being of baby’s room, by ena-bling parents to:• check temperature and humidity levels using the Thermometer-Hygrometer• maintain an appropriate level of humidity in a room using the humidifiers• ensure baby’s well-being while comforting them using the baby room station 7
  7. 7. Because the comfort of baby is our priority,Babymoov is unveiling a new well-being range.Faced with alarming observations about the environment surrounding babies, Babymoov is com-mitted to reassuring parents and making sure their babies have enchanting nights, by meeting4 key criteria: Well being Simple to use: A baby’s room should The highly intuitive pro- be a real cocoon. There ducts in the well-being should be a calm and range will enchant both welcoming atmosphere babies and their parents: there all the time, with soft • Just one touch lets fill lights and sounds. The well-being range im- baby’s room with soft lights and sounds. proves your baby’s comfort to ensure calm nights. • Just one glance lets parents check the room’s air quality. Performance Design Babymoov is launching Rounded shapes, a range that is both pure colours, complete and safe, that streamlined design… These are genuine meets all the current stan- “deco” objects. They will blend in mar- dards. This range lets parents set room vellously with your baby’s surroundings! temperature and humidity levels effec- tively, so as to eliminate risks of asthma, bronchitis, or allergies. 8
  8. 8. BABY ROOM STATION a happy baby, and stress-free parents! ● Display of ambient temperature andMain functions humidity levels ● Well-being indicators: just one glance tells you whether baby is in a healthy environment (temperature/humidity le- vels). • 5 illuminated diodes: Baby is fine! • 3 illuminated diodes: Temperature and/or humidity level needs to be checked! • 1 illuminated diode: Temperature and/or humidity level critical! Act now! ● Illuminated nightlight with 7 colours and 3 colour-change effects: • tactile: one touch is enough! • according to room temperature • manual  ● Music function: • 3 relaxing music • 5 nature sounds ● Timer for music or nightlight function (from 5 minutes to 1h)  Technical characteristics ● Blue backlit LCD display ● Temperature in degrees C° or °F ● Built-in clock and alarm function ● APower supply: 5 AAA batteries (not supplied) or connects to mains ● Display of the date and lunar phases 230 V/50 HZ (detachable lead included)) ● Dimensions : 19 cm x 14 cm x 14 cm 10
  9. 9. DIGITAL HUMIDIFIER pure air for calm nights! ● Display of ambient temperature andMain functions humidity levels ● Cool mist (ultrasonic humidifier) with adjustable flow ● Choice of humidity levels: automatic setting from 30% to 90% humidity ● Humidity levels can be programmed at the desired times ● Nightlight function using separate red and blue illuminated LEDs (on/off) ● Rotary mist output (360°) ● Autonomy: from 8h to 22h (depending on the setting) ● Stops automatically when the water level is too low ● Removable essential oil diffuser ● Child safe: the dial can be blocked ● Silent ● Blue backlit LCD display Technical characteristics ● Capacity : 2,5 L ● Vaporisation : from 170 to 250 ml/h ● Mains operation: 220 V – 240 V ● Dimensions : 22.5 cm x 26 cm x 22.5 cm 11
  10. 10. AQUARIUM HUMIDIFIER pure air for baby’s nights! ● Adjustable flowMain functions ● Cool mist (ultrasonic humidifier) ● Stops automatically when the water level is too low ● Autonomy: from 7h to 18h (depending on the setting) ● Silent ● Ease of use Technical characteristics ● Weight: 850 g ● Capacity : 1,8 L ● Vaporisation : 250 ml/h ● Mains operation: 220 V – 240 V / 50 Hz ● Dimensions : 25 cm x 22 cm x 37 cm 12
  11. 11. THERMOMETER-HYGROMETER for baby’s well-being! ● Display of ambient temperature andMain functions humidity levels ● Indication of minimum and maximum temperature and humidity levels re- corded during a given period ● “Water droplet” effect design ● Blue backlit display ●3 feet for greater stability Technical characteristics ● Dimensions : 90 mm x 145 mm x 75 mm ● Operates with 3 AAA batteries (not supplied) ● Température en °C ou °F 13
  12. 12. Sources and useful contacts: ADEME French Environment and Energy Management Agency www.ademe.fr ANAH French National Agency for Housing Improvement www.anah.fr Asthma & Allergies www.asthme-allergies.org OQAI French Indoor Air Quality Observatory www.air-interieur.org 16, rue Jacqueline Auriol - Parc Industriel des Gravanches63051 Clermont-Ferrand Cedex 2 – France - Tél. +33 (0)4.73.28.60.00 - www.babymoov.com

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