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Monday, July 2, 2018

Mokkro Baby Bamboo Hooded Towel Review

 My kids are obsessed with hooded bath towels. They are always fighting over who gets which one. The only problem I have, is the ones I have bought in store don't seem to dry very well. They also don't seem to stay soft for long. When I was given the chance to check out the Mokkro Baby Bamboo Hooded Towel, I was so excited. What I didn't know is how much my kids, and I would love this towel set. I was so impressed when my packed first came in the mail. The box was so cute! This would make the perfect baby shower gift for a friend or loved one. Getting to use it was such a treat.

With the double layer 400 GSM premium bamboo fabric, your baby will dry more quickly. Bamboo is known to absorb water more quickly. Which will make your little one dry faster when you get them out of the bath. I also was so amazed on how large this towel was. My youngest is 2.5, and he used the towel just fine. He was so excited to be a bear. And ran around the house growling like a bear with the towel on, even after drying off.

 The Mokkro Baby Bamboo Hooded Towel also comes with this adorable bath mitt. In the past I have purchased quite a few baby bath mitts to help make bath time more fun. All of them have fallen apart within just a few washes. I have washed my bath mitt roughly 9 times now to test to see if it will fall apart. Not even a stitch has moved. The products are both so well made. And talk about cute?! I love both of them so much.

They both have awesome little hook spots for them to dry completely. Which I find very nice. I am so happy that I could have my kids love bath time so much more with this set.

If you would like to find out about this product, or to order on Amazon, click here.

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