One-stop online shop for baby needs

posted May 26, 2020 at 09:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Parents scouring the Internet to look for baby care essentials can now go to Baby Company’s one-stop online shop. 

Parents scouring the Internet to look for baby care essentials can now go to Baby Company’s one-stop online shop. 
Tiny Buds After Bites soothing gel and Cradle toy and surface cleaner
The shop-at-home service offers a convenient way to purchase essentials, including diapers, bath items, breastfeeding essentials, baby food, surface cleansers, disinfectant, and mild detergents, as well as plush toys, rockers, and walkers. 

Parents scouring the Internet to look for baby care essentials can now go to Baby Company’s one-stop online shop. 
(Left) 123 Baby Natural Gel Wash. (Right) Baby Company launches its shop-at-home service
Baby Company stores are located at Powerplant Mall, SM Aura Premier, and SM Seaside Cebu. 

To shop, go to babycompany.com.ph, purchase the items needed, and contact the designated hotline numbers of the store nearest you from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. 

Parents scouring the Internet to look for baby care essentials can now go to Baby Company’s one-stop online shop. 
Natural Baby Bottle Wash and White Geo Exersaucer and Jumper
Place the order with their assigned baby specialists and settle payment through the store’s online fund transfer. The order will be processed and readied the next day. Shoppers are required to have their items picked up through their preferred third party delivery service. 

Topics: Baby Company , one-stop online shop , breastfeeding essentials , baby food , surface cleansers
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