With Singapore’s sunny weather, you can be guaranteed of swims practically all year round. And nothing looks cuter than a wee one decked up in the cutest swimming outfits possible. We bring you some of our most loved baby care products from the Harper’s Bazaar Junior Baby Care Awards for total fun in the sun for you and your baby! Enjoy!
Best Sunhat for Baby – Platypus Hat, Wallaroo at Ocean Paradise
Made of 100% cotton, this UPF50+ rated, adjustable lightweight hat is washable and easy to pack for the next family getaway. The judges loved its extra wide brim giving babies extra sun protection.
Best Disposable Swim Diaper – Little Swimmers, Huggies
The judges loved that unlike some, these disposable diapers are made of a unique absorbent material that will not swell up in water. With easy open sides, these were clear winners.
Best Baby Girl Swimsuit – Birds of Paradise Vest & Matching swim pants, Sunuva at Little Knotz.
Made from breathable UPF50+ fabric, our judges loved this for the protection it offers their kids—and it’s pretty too.
Best Baby Boy Swimsuit – Raysuit, Snapper Rock at Ocean Paradise.
These gorgeous SPF 50+ rated swimwear for baby boys, in long or short sleeves, are quick drying and lightweight, perfect for your next beach holiday with baby.
Best Reusable Swim Diaper – Swim Diaper, Charlie Banana
The judges loved the soft organic cotton fabric and waterproof outer layer of this 2-in-1 swim diaper and training pant, helping contain accidents while enjoying some outdoor play. The bright colours will keep your eye firmly on baby too.
Best Baby Floatsuit – Floatsuit, Zoggs
With maximum sun protection and easy-to-spot bright colours, this all-in-one floatsuit will give your little one buoyancy, leaving little arms and legs free to splash around.
Best Baby Swim Floats – Monkey Swimmers, $55.90, Monkeys Inc.
A swimming aid for toddlers, this ingenious float allows parents to “peel away” float layers as their little monkey’s confidence grows. The judges loved how easy these floats were to get on and off wet little arms, too.
By Lucy Cleeve, Harper’s BAZAAR Junior, June 2014