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a suit that changes colour when a baby's temperature is too high



Baby glow = ein auf Fieber reagierender Strampler

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noun (product name)

- A temperature sensitive baby suit


Newatlas describes BABYGLOW as:

"…a baby suit (that) has been years in the making. UK inventor and parent, Chris Ebejer, had the idea for the suit after watching a documentary about babies. He set about searching for an ink pigment with heat-sensitive molecules. He then spent six years and over GBP 700,000 (approx. USD 1.15 million) working with scientists to embed the pigment into cotton baby suits."

"The Babyglow baby suits come in pastel green, blue and pink. When your child’s temperature rises above 37C (98.6F), the suit turns white, instantly alerting you that they are too hot."

"Ebejer signed a GBP 12.5million contract (approx. USD 20.5million) to introduce his Babyglow suits to the world. He has negotiated sales deals in a number of countries, including the USA.

(BTW, OWAD does not promote this product which is available online for about €25)

Here are two alternative (and also true) definitions of BABY GLOW, one for the Ladies, the other for the Lads:

(1) On Amazon: "With Météorites BABY GLOW, for the first time, light becomes liquid… subtle, silky, impalpable. With a unique alchemy that combines technology with a touch of magic, this liquid light glides onto the skin as a luminous, perfecting veil that erases signs of fatigue and reveals the youth and natural glow of the complexion."

"The skin looks rested, smooth and replenished – as beautiful and fresh as a baby’s skin. Like an infusion of moisture, the ethereal and delightfully aqueous texture of Météorites Baby Glow makes it glide effortlessly onto the skin, suffusing it with a long-lasting sensation of comfort. With this hydrating burst of freshness, the skin relaxes and appears refreshed, invigorated, plump and radiant."

(Beautifully described and only 42.92 euros)

(2) From The Urban Dictionary: "BABY GLOW is the mild buzz you feel after drinking one or two beers. This usually occurs when you haven't consumed alcohol for some period of time (i.e. more than a couple days.) Also called a Baby Buzz."

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