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Bambino Mio gets in the swim with new collection

New eco-friendly Tropical Punch collection introduces four new fruity designs across key products.

Bambino Mio is looking to bring a touch of the tropics to retailers and consumers with the launch of its new sustainable swim range.

The Tropical Punch collection features laid back pastels with punchy pops of colour.

The four new fruity designs are pineapple party, cool citrus, mellow melon and lemon twist.

They are available across reusable swim nappies, plus a wet bag, rash top, reversible swim hat (which has been designed to coordinate with different swim outfits) and travel mat.

The eco-friendly swim range also offers UPF40+ protection, while the nappies, rash tops and swim hats being OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified (which is the leading global certification for textiles).

Bambino Mio’s existing swim range has won numerous awards including Silver for the rash top in the Made for Mums 2020 ‘Best Family Travel Product’ category and Silver for the swim set in the Mother & Baby 2020 awards for ‘Best Swimming Product’.

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