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Best safety helmet for babies to protect their head from injuries

Updated on July 1, 2013

Starting from 6 months to one year babies start to crawl, sit and stand. My girl started to sit before attempting to stand. However, my boy is now attempting to stand before he can sit (too impatient?). In either case, they tend fall. When they start to walk, they fall more often. One major concern for parents having children of this age is whether head will get injured if they fall back on their head. Most experienced mothers say baby's skull is well protected and don't worry. As young over-concerned parents, we decided to buy a helmet for my child. We did a few research on this topic and we recommend this helmet:

Thudguard helmet

This helmet is most preferred by many parents. It is a product from UK designed to help absorb and reduce the impact of falls from a child's own height and lessen the chance of head injury. This hat is recommended for children from 7 months to 2 years. Depending of the size of your child's head, 16 to 20 inches in circumference helmet is available. It is highly recommended to measure the circumference of your child's head before buying the product.

This product is made of very light weight material, weighing only 3.2 oz (0.09 kg). According to the data from their website, this product product complies with safety standards and is endorsed by Children's Accident & Emergency Experts.

Some features of this helmet

  • There are bands and holes for ventilation
  • According to the product website, it is medically endorsed and supported by experts.
  • Made of light weight material to avoid pressure on neck

What do other people say about this helmet

Thudguard Baby Safety Helmet costs $43 and you can buy it here

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