Knowledge lab

In our knowledge lab you can find out all about safe sleeping and it is also where we subject our products to rigorous and interesting tests.

How to choose a good baby mattress?

A baby sleeps on average 16 hours a day, so, no wonder that a good sleeping environment is so important. A good mattress is certainly already an excellent start. After all, do you as an adult manage to get a good night’s sleep on an uncomfortable mattress? What are the things you should be looking out for? This handy checklist will certainly help you along!

How can my baby sleep safely?

There will come a time when your little one is ready to move into his own room. For months you had your baby in your room where you could always keep an eye on him or her. Moving your baby is not easy... So how do you best prepare for it and how can you be sure that your baby will sleep safely? We have listed the most important points for you here.

Functional test AeroSleep by Custom 8

Custom8 is a Belgian spin-off of KULeuven University that specialises in testing bed products. For AeroSleep they simulated the breathing resistance a baby would experience when sleeping with its nose pressed against our mattress protector.

The Oeko-Tex certificate: what does it mean?

AeroSleep cares about the safety of your child. That is why we have our products scientifically tested in different ways and by several organisations. One of our labels is the OEKO-TEX certificate, but what does it mean exactly?



We received a great deal of help from the lady in the shop. She immediately advised AeroSleep for the bed. The mattress protector is very practical: it immediately absorbs the moisture without letting any through on to the mattress and it is very easy to wash in the washing machine. The mattress is well made. Very happy with it!



Good fitted sheets. I now have 3. Always handy for when you need to change them.



What excellent quality and a great finish. Very comfortable and safe for the baby, and very practical as well: it is machine washable at 60 degrees!