San Diego Bebe Twin Eco-Nursing Pillow Review

Find out how to use the San Diego Bebe Twin Eco-Nursing Pillow. Read about what it's made of and where to buy it.

By Kate Phillipa Clark

The San Diego Bebe Twin Eco-Nursing Pillow consists of two parts – a detachable back pillow with an adjustable waist strap and an angled cushion for the babies to lie on. It comes with a built-in privacy cover in lightweight mesh. The privacy cover allows continuous airflow and stores inside its own pocket when it’s not being used. The San Diego Bebe Twin Eco-Nursing Pillow also includes dual pockets; two bottle holsters on the right-hand side and a side pocket on the left-hand side for a cell phone.

Nice features:

  • The pillow is adjustable and fits up to 52″ waist.
  • It has an angled surface and a comfort bolster. The angled top surface positions your babies towards you to help support proper placement and latch on, while the comfort bolster provides added security from roll-offs.
  • The pillow is made out of eco-friendly material.

How much does the San Diego Bebe Twin Eco Nursing Pillow cost?

The price of the San Diego Bebe Twin Eco Nursing Pillow varies a little, but is usually somewhere between $59.99 and $69.99. That’s equivalent to around 45 to 55 British Pounds, depending on the currency rates.

What’s the San Diego Bebe Twin Eco Nursing Pillow made of?

The cover is made of 100 percent polyester plush. The pillow insert is made of EcoLoft fiber. It’s free of fire-retardant chemicals and it’s hypo-allergenic, eco-friendly, recyclable, glue-free, foam-free, lead-free and Phthalate-free. The cover is machine washable.

What company is behind the San Diego Bebe Twin Eco-Nursing Pillow?

The San Diego Bebe Twin Eco-Nursing Pillow was launched by twin mom Sandy Clark in the 1990’s. When she’d given birth to her twins, she was unable to find an appropriate pillow and designed her own prototype with a big block of foam and her electric turkey carving knife. That became the starting ground for her business, Double Blessings. Later on she further developed the pillow to consist out of eco-friendly materials. The pillow has been called a few different names over the years, EZ-2-Nurse Twin Pillow and Double Blessings Nursing Pillow.

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About the Author

Kate Phillipa Clark

Kate Phillipa Clark has a bachelor in Journalism and an Executive Master in Corporate Communication. She is an identical twin and so is her father.

 

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