Avoid the Stink with the Tommee Tippee 360 Diaper Disposal System #MomMixer

If you haven’t heard of Tommee Tippee yet, you definitely will as it is the fastest growing baby brand in the USA and the most popular baby brand in the UK that is quickly gaining accolades with parents in the USA thanks to their genius products.

Here’s a video showcasing a variety of Tommee Tippee’s products that they showcased at the Holiday Mom Mixer I hosted.

Tommee Tippee attended our Mom Mixer to showcase their wide variety of innovative baby products to our 180+ guests, including their brand new 360 Diaper Disposal System which will keep that stinky scent of dirty diapers at bay. During those newborn months, with copious diaper changes daily, the 360 Sealer would be a fantastic addition to any nursery!

Check it out – it just LOCKS in that smell as each individual diaper goes into the 360 sealer and is sealed up within a bag inside of the diaper disposal system until you are ready to empty out the entire bag. It holds up to 30 newborn sized diapers. Nice! tommee tipeeā€™s 360 sealer Diaper Disposal System is available exclusively at BabiesRUs.com and is priced at $49.99 – currently on sale for $39.99.

And the team at Tommee Tippee is so creative they thought it would be fun to play off the idea of keeping the stink away by adding a sweet fragrance bar to their interactive booth at Mom Mixer. So each of our guests were literally able to create their own perfume. So much fun!

Perfume Bar

Even Kenzie and Kyle and other children who attended also made their own scents. The kids were VERY impressed and so were my girlfriends and I.

tommee tippee also makes other fantastic innovative baby products like these washable bibs and their Closer to Nature baby bottle line.



Note: tommee tippee was a sponsor of our Mom Mixer event. As always all thoughts and opinions are my own.

1 thought on “Avoid the Stink with the Tommee Tippee 360 Diaper Disposal System #MomMixer”

  1. I can’t wait to try the 360 Sealer!!! Right now we put poopy diapers in dog poop bags and then in the kitchen garbage can. It works okay. Not great. Still smells sometime.

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