Head Helmet for Toddlers
Our Head Helmet for Toddlers is a cute, fun, protective head guard, the perfect companion for little adventurers during playtime or when learning to ride their first bicycle.
- With the function of damping and cushioning, this little helmet helps mitigate damage to the head when collisions occur.
- Also ideal for children with special needs, and children who have recently undergone head surgery.
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Head Helmet for Toddlers Product Features:
- Our Head Helmet for Toddlers is a cute, fun, protective head guard and is the perfect companion for little adventurers during playtime.
- Ergonomic interior design, lined with padding on the inside for comfort and protection.
- Lightweight and durable
- 11 Breathable ventilation holes to allow air to pass through easily and provides cooling.
- Colours available: Red OR Blue (Refer to product images)
- Material: ABS and EPS
- Size: Head circumference Approx. 48-54cm
- Applicable for Ages: 36 months to 6 years
- Adjustable ‘under the chin’ strap allows you to adjust and tighten to fit snug as a bug!
- Complies with CE and EN-1078 requirements.
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Learn What to Do in Case Your Child has a Head Injury
Article courtesy of: Ask Dr Sears
The skulls main function is to act as a protective helmet for the delicate brain found underneath it. The skull is covered with a richly vascularized scalp designed to withstand the hard bumps and bruises of childhood.
Understanding the difference between a skull injury and a brain injury is very important when it comes to head injuries. Most falls involve injury to the scalp only, which bleeds profusely if cut; or forms a large swelling (goose egg) from broken blood vessels beneath the skin.
Large bumps can appear quickly after a head collision, don’t be too alarmed. By quickly applying pressure with an ice pack, the swelling will soon subside for you to investigate the extent of the injury further. Bumps and bleeds are usually limited to a scalp injury and seldom indicate that the underlying brain has been injured.
Here are some tips to help you get through this minor head injury (…Read more)