Infant eczema mittens for keeping scratching little fingers covered and to protect delicate eczema skin. Guavamitts are designed to stay put and protect, engage baby's senses, and be gentle on the earth -- all while looking stylish and modern.
For minimum shrinkage, hand wash and air dry OR machine wash gentle/cold and tumble dry low.
Posted by Unknown on Jul292013
My 9 month old is able to take them off pretty easily... Although they are well made, they are a little on the small side... Too bad they don't make bigger sizes.
Posted by Unknown on May212013
My 8 month old doesn't even have to try and these mittens fall right off. The velcro strip catches on everything and opens up. I had three different people stop me at the grocery store to tell me my little one lost a mitten. I would recommend the Scratch Me Not mittens. They have a fabric band that goes across the shoulders.
I gave this 2 stars because these mittens do come in handy when our little one is just getting out of a bath. We put them on when we rub him down with aquaphor and dress him so he doesn't scratch. He doesn't really have time to get them off then.
Posted by Eechuen on Mar82013
My daughter is 9 months old and when we got the guavamitts I was so happy. It is stylish and soft, I can flip it. I don't have to put socks on her anymore which she can easily off. As for the guavamitts, it will take some time before she pulls them off and doesn't bother her. She can still play and grab on to her toys. I would buy another pair. Make sure to hand wash it and air dry it, they will stay nice and soft longer :)
Posted by Meaghan on Oct252012
Our son is five months and these are fantastic for him. We are so happy with how well they stay on. They are soft and easy to clean. We couldn't be happier with them. So glad we ordered more then one pair!
Posted by Daniel on Oct162012
Attractive, easy to use, sensible when out and about. The major complaint is my little one, any little one, can take these off at will. Fortunately, they don't annoy him enough to where he wants them off all the time.