The premiere skin-to-skin and hands free cuddling device, for reclined and seated use. Great for preventing infant falls, breastfeeding, reflux and colic, post c-section, preemies and air travel.
Joeyband ™ fits snug to you. Baby's tummy against your chest, head above the breasts. Band up to the nape of baby's neck. It's that simple.
Note: Joeyband™ is not a carrier, and not for co-sleeping. It is for proper skin-to-skin positioning and breastfeeding support.
Skin-to-skin contact helps infants fall asleep more easily and also sleep for a longer period of time. This allows new parents to get more rest and reduce stress levels. Joeyband™ keeps baby close, snug and secure.
- Unique 4-way stretch mimics the womb
- Supports ergonomic breastfeeding
- Allows baby to have legs flexed or tucked
- No knots, clips or buckles to dig into parent
- No strain on the shoulders, neck or back
- Facilitates easy transfer from chest to crib
Easy to use
Designed for use immediately after birth and into the Fourth Trimester, the Joeyband™ can be used to facilitate skin-to-skin (ages 0-3 months) or to keep your baby 'forward-facing' on your lap (ages 4-12 months) while trying to eat or work at a table. It's a great accessibility tool for parenting, and is the perfect product to ensure baby remains secure on your lap without needing to be held.
The Joeyband™ is a must-have part of any parent-to-be’s preparation stages. From delivery, it allows parents and caretakers to connect with baby through touch, building trust and creating a sense of safety and security. Skin-to-skin bonding stimulates your baby's brain development and rewires your own brain to feel more at ease. It’s easy-to-use design makes it inclusive for people of all abilities.
A Hospital Bag Essential
The ‘Golden Hour’ directly after birth is vital for parent-baby bonding. This is why all parents-to-be will benefit from packing a Joeyband™ in their hospital bag. Our premiere, patented, skin-to-skin product is used by the leading global hospitals in the NICU, Postpartum and Operating Room. It’s also trusted by families around the world for safe cuddles at home (multiple uses up to two years).
Joeyband™ is used by leading North American hospitals and is the exclusive skin-to-skinproduct for La Leche League International.
Which size should I get?
Grab a measuring tape and wrap it under your armpits at the fullest part of your chest, across your nipples. Position it so that the tape is horizontal to the ground and bring it around your back so that the ends come together in front. Stand straight and don’t puff out your chest. Keep the tape measure taut, but not constricting and make sure the tape measure is not twisted.
Hot Tips: If you don’t have a measuring tape, use a string, rope, long shoelace or exercise band and measure it afterwards with a ruler. Take care not to stretch your string if using something elastic. If possible, have a friend take your measurement. Alternatively, take your chest measurement in front of a mirror. This way you can easily check if the tape is parallel to the ground all the way around, and read the numbers without having to look down, which can shift the tape. Wear the same type of undergarments you typically wear on a normal day. For example, if you wear a bra, choose the same type you usually wear. If you do not wear a bra, measure your bare skin. If you’re nonbinary and you bind your chest, measure with your binder on.