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Tivoli Couture Reveals Secret to Best Strollers: Takes Comfort to New Level

August 12, 2011

Ensure safety and comfort of your child with mom invented NuComfort̢Ң Memory Foam stroller pad and seat liner: the first smart stroller liner offering orthopedic support for a truly luxurious ride.

Morganville, NJ (PRWEB) August 10, 2011

In the first few years of their lives, children spend a substantial amount of time in their strollers, stroller bassinets, car seats and cribs which do not provide proper support and comfort. Newborns and infants in particular spend most of their time lying on their back which frequently contributes to a number of negative physiological consequences such as Plagiocephaly, also known as a flat head syndrome.

Surround your baby in a cloud of comfortâ“¢ with Tivoli Couture award winning NuComfortâ“¢ Memory Foam pad: the only patent-pending stroller seat cushion lined with Visco Elastic Memory Foam for superior comfort and support. This multi-purpose portable seat liner was designed for a wide variety of strollers and stroller bassinets. It can also be used for high chairs, as a play mat or a diaper changing pad for infants. “Having a versatile multi-purpose product is an indispensable feature for busy parents on the go,” says Stella Rubinshteyn the inventor of NuComfortâ“¢ Memory Foam Stroller Pad. “We are thrilled that Tivoli Couture’s NuComfortâ“¢ stroller covers have become the #1 baby shower gift. Customers are frequently purchasing more than one designer reversible seat liner to outfit each stroller they already own”.

Tivoli Couture Memory Foam stroller liner is also Chiropractor recommended to avoid musculoskeletal stress and support the correct anatomical development.

More reasons why the NuComfort̢Ң pad should be added to all strollers:

  •     Thermo sensitive NASA invented technology uses the child’s natural body heat to activate a contouring process that relieves pressure points
  •     High Density Memory Foam molds to the child’s unique body shape to provide personalized comfort & support
  •     Helps absorb shock and turn any stroller into a super comfy luxury ride
  •     Dresses up and protects new or upgrades old or gender neutral stroller
  •     Free from PVC, lead, phthalates and formaldehyde
  •     Reversible for style and year round comfort
  •     Antimicrobial & Hypoallergenic
  •     Fits most strollers & stroller bassinets

NuComfortâ“¢ Memory Foam carriage liner is a difference one can see and feel. This newest generation of a MUST HAVE stroller accessory will dress up and protect your stroller in STYLE and COMFORT. “We promise that our unique Memory Foam lined pads will enhance a child’s stroller ride experience and exceed parents’ expectations. Anyone who comes in contact instantly falls in love,” says Stella Rubinshteyn.

Born from necessity, Tivoli Couture offers parent tested and approved baby gear and accessories for babies’ comfort year round. Tivoli Couture is committed to bringing parents innovative products that are functional, practical & stylish. In addition to the NuComfortâ“¢ Memory Foam stroller pad and seat liner, the ever growing collection includes seasonal covers for baby carriers, strollers and car seats:

  •     Plush Reversible Stroller Liners
  •     Infant Car Seat and Stroller Jacket
  •     4 in 1 Miracle Wrap Bunting System
  •     Universal Stroller Hand Muff
  •     3 in 1 Mommy’s Hug baby carrier cover and wearable blanket
  •     Reversible carrier covers for ERGObaby® and Baby Bjorn® baby carriers

The entire collection is sold through the company’s website: http://www.TivoliCouture.com, and available for purchase through a number of national and international specialty retailers, as well as Diapers.com, Babiesrus.com, Amazon.com, CSN stores and many others. Retailers and Media can experience the entire collection at the ABC Kids Expo in Lexington, KY Sept. 23-26: Modern Child ““ Booth 3945

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