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It’s important to us that British Baby Box is affordable to all.
After all, this is a concept that puts a baby’s safety first and foremost and while you can’t put a price on that, all babies should be entitled to the best start in life.
This is why we have always stocked a range of Baby Box options, the simplest of which costs significantly less than your average cot or Moses basket.
Having said that, we have recently seen a surge in demand for a bumper gift package for new mums and dads.
And with this in mind we have created the Luxury Box.
What is it?
Up until recently British Baby Box sold just three Baby Boxes – Adorable, Cherish and Treasure – stocked with a limited selection of products.
We have now launched Luxury which costs £450 and includes a bumper selection our best sellers.
The Luxury Box is filled to the brim with the most beautiful British designed products we stock and makes the most gorgeous present.
Along with the British Baby Box itself, it includes a range of bedding and clothing in 100% organic cotton along with a selection of goodies to treat mum and dad.
These include a delicious scented candle and a remedy balm to help you relax and enjoy your first days of new parenthood.
The Luxury Box boasts British brands including Superlove Merino, GH Hurt & Son, NEOM, Pommade Divine, Z-O-E, Love Boo, Chiggs and Cheeky Chompers.
It showcases the very best of our partner products – all of which have been sourced on home soil.
Best for baby
The British Baby Box which provides infants with a comfortable, practical, portable and safe place to sleep.
All Baby Boxes come with a lid which can be used as a changing mat facility, a mattress, with an attached waterproof mattress cover and 100% organic cotton fitted sheet.
Putting a baby to sleep in a Baby Box rather than a cot or Moses basket is thought to benefit babies’ health by preventing them from turning onto their stomachs, which can cause sudden infant death syndrome.
In Finland, the Baby Box programme is widely believed to have been a significant factor in reducing Finland’s infant mortality rate to the 5th lowest in the world.