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Numa: Organic Haven for Baby ProductsCheck out this new store in Quezon City that offers new moms and preggy women a wide selection of quality organic infant products.
Expectant women and new moms are constantly in search for quality items, for what parent wouldn’t want the best and safest options for her child?
These days, in particular, organic and eco-friendly products have reached a new level of popularity. Many are becoming drawn to their many benefits, as they contain no harsh chemicals and are biodegradable, thus making them very safe for baby’s sensitive skin and environment-friendly at the same time.
New moms and and those still infanticipating can check out Numa, a new store in Quezon City which houses eco-friendly products from infant wear, footwear, chew toys, diaper bags, organic shampoo, soaps, lotions, massage oils, and more. Numa features over 20 internationally-known brands.
The word “Numa” is actually derived from the Arabic word for “beautiful and pleasant”. It is often used to refer to females which is the store’s targeted market. Personally, I thought it was a contraction of the words “new mother”.
“Our products mostly cater to babies up to two years old,” says Numa Sales and Marketing Officer, Gerald Sioco. Compared to other brands, these eco-friendly products may be pricier than average infant items, but Sioco is proud to say that there are long-term benefits to the child’s health and on the parent’s savings.
For instance, their washable and reusable diapers (a modern take on ‘lampin’) can be used over and over, even by younger siblings. When computed versus what one would spend on disposable diapers, this equates to thousands of pesos-worth of savings. "The benefits far outweigh the costs,” says Sioco.
He also notes that their customers have become more attuned to the advantages of going organic, and translate this cause to items they would use on their children.
Check out their store at the AEK Building along 40 E. Rodriguez Sr., Avenue in Quezon City, or call them at 711-9633.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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