15 new products we’re loving this month

Parenting

From portable blackout curtains to a splurge-worthy face oil that will make your skin more radiant than ever, you’ll love these new products.

Our inboxes are flooded with the latest and greatest in new parenting products every day. Here are some of our most recent faves. Ranging from baby care to self-care, you’ll be sure to find something you need!

1. Quark Baby Products

An image of a variety of baby products in the colour orange.

Photo: Quark

This Vancouver-based brand was just launched by two young dads who wanted to simplify everyday parenting tasks. Quark products include quook, a 5-in-1 baby food maker; fruuti, a fruit feeder; feedi, a 5-piece silicone feeding set; chiill, a freezer tray; storii, an all-purpose food container; and foxii, corner guards to prevent accidents around your home. The products will help save you time (you can make fresh baby food in less than 10 minutes!) and will also speed up clean-up duties, thanks to spill-resistant designs and smart food-storage options. Ranging from $11 to $200, quarkbaby.com

2. BABYBJÖRN Landscape Collection

Two images side by side: on the left is a mom holding her baby in a carrier, while the dad looks and smiles; the image on the right is a laughing baby sitting in a bouncer.

Photo: BABYBJÖRN

This new collection from BABYBJÖRN includes a mini carrier and bouncer, with a signature soft black and white landscape pattern. This collection pays homage to Mother Nature, symbolic for new horizons that awaken when you become a parent. Baby Carrier Mini, $150; Bouncer Bliss, $250, westcoastkids.com 

3. ezpz Drying Rack

An image of a grey drying rack.

Photo: ezpz

Drying dishes isn’t exciting, but this drying rack from ezpz makes the job so much easier to handle. Designed with sturdy insertable pegs that can hold bottles, nipples, and cups, it’s perfect for cleaning up after baby and toddler’s meal and snack time. The mat is hypo-allergenic and odour resistant, and allows you to separate baby and toddler utensils from your pots and pans. $40, ezpz.com 

4. Sago Mini First Words App

An image of a young girl with a speech bubble saying "mom," and a cartoon dog next to her.

Photo: Sago Mini

Sago Mini First Words gives children ages five and under a chance to strengthen their critical language skills. Through interactive videos and games, your kid can practise speech in a multitude of social situations and contexts, as well as letting them relate to the world around them. It was designed with help from speech pathologists, child psychologists and early childhood development experts. Another bonus: when your child repeats the words they hear, the app listens and provides customized feedback! Free, apple.com.

 5. ZWILLING 4-inch Chef’s Knife

An image of a kids' knife with a red handle and cover.

Photo: Zwilling

Want to start getting your kids into the kitchen early? This chef’s knife from ZWILLING has a child-friendly design, meant to teach children how to use a knife properly (with adult supervision, of course). The knife is suitable for kids aged 3 and older, and comes with a finger guard that securely holds the food while your child practises their knife skills. $50, zwilling.com 

6. Aveeno Baby Daily Soothing Diaper Rash Ointment

An image of an Aveeno Baby bottle containing diaper rash ointment.

Photo: Aveeno

Help to alleviate one of baby’s most prominent skin sensitivities with Aveeno Baby’s new ointment. Made with prebiotic oat flour and purified petrolatum, it provides a protective barrier and fights off moisture all while relieving irritation. It’s hypoallergenic and fragrance-free, ensuring your baby’s skin is treated gently. $12, amazon.ca 

7. The Sleepout Curtain 

An image of a black curtain over a window.

Photo: Sleepout

This curtain will give your little one—and you!—the sleep that you both need. Compact and portable, The Sleepout Curtain darkens the windows of any room, ensuring no light gets in. Installation is super easy using suction cups that lock directly onto glass. This Canadian product was borne from the sleep woes of the company’s co-owner who struggled for years to find a solution to his insomnia and light sensitivities. The curtain can be hung vertically or horizontally and it’s the first blackout curtain available to consumers to use certified 100% blackout material. $110, sleepoutcurtains.ca 

8. Saje Home Cleaning Kits 

An image of three boxes along with three spray bottles containing cleaning products.

Photo: Saje

Saje’s new cleaning line features reusable glass bottles and biodegradable cleaning extracts to give your home a good clean without creating unnecessary waste. The Multi-Surface Cleaning Kit breaks down dirt and grease, and is available in two scents: eucalyptus and black spruce, and lemon and grapefruit. The Bathroom Cleaning Kit gets rid of grime from showers, tubs, sinks and tiles. The Glass and Mirror Cleaning Kit safely removes the mess without leaving streaks. Cleaning Kits, $24 each; Cleaning Extract Refill, $14, saje.com

9. Maison Jacynthe Sublimateur Hyaluronic Acid 

An image of a small brown bottle with a black cap and a white label containing hyaluronic acid.

Photo: Maison Jacynthe

Hyaluronic acid is becoming more popular due to its moisturizing properties, and this nourishing product from Quebec’s Maison Jacynthe is no exception. It not only refreshes skin but also improves its overall appearance. Plus, it’s suitable for all skin types and is made with an orange floral water base for a light and energizing lift. You don’t need to go overboard—just one pump is needed to restore your youthful glow. $38, maisonjacynthe.ca 

10. Naturally Serious Lemon-Aid Makeup-Removing Cleansing Gel 

An image of a white bottle with a yellow cap containing lemon-aide makeup removing cleansing gel.

Photo: Naturally Serious

This two-in-one makeup remover and cleanser uses the power of lemons and vitamin C to remove all of your makeup and any excess dirt on your face. The combination of lemon seed oil and lemon butter works to cleanse while the lemon extract clarifies and helps to decrease excess oils. Easy peasy lemon squeezy! $18, naturallyseriousskin.com 

11. Charlotte Tilbury Collagen Superfusion Face Oil

An image of a white and rose gold bottle containing collagen face oil.

Photo: Charlotte Tilbury

Go ahead and splurge! This new Charlotte Tilbury face oil works wonders: It nourishes your skin with a collagen matrix that leaves it feeling smoother, firmer and more hydrated. And after two months of consistent use, wrinkles are reported to be visibly reduced by 80%. $100, charlottetilbury.com 

12. Curly Collection 

An image of three purple and orange bottles, one containing shampoo, another with conditioner, and the last with leave-in conditioner.

Photo: Aussie Kids

This curly collection not only defines your kids curls, but helps to make them tangle free! There are no sulfates, parabens and dyes so it’s safe for your little ones. It comes in four tropical scents and the line includes the Cleansing Shampoo, Conditioner, Leave-in Conditioner and Detangling Milk. Also available in a Moist collection to help soften dry hair. $6, walmart.ca 

13. Babyganics SPF 50+ Mineral Sunscreen

An image of a white, blue, and green bottle containing sunscreen.

Photo: Babyganics

It can be hard to find a good sunscreen for your babe, especially since many contain harmful chemicals. Enter a new Babyganics sun-safe solution made with mineral actives.  This sunscreen is non-allergenic and tear-free so it can be applied anywhere on your baby that comes in contact with the sun. It goes on white so you don’t miss a spot but rubs in quickly and easily. Beach days never looked better! Safe for babies 6 months and up. $15, well.ca

14. Zwilling Enfinigy Baby Food Insert 

An image of a kettle with a baby food insert placed inside.

Photo: Zwilling

Looking for an easier way to warm up and sterilize baby bottles without adding yet another appliance to your countertop? You’ll want to check out the ZWILLING Enfinigy Electric Kettle. With a baby food insert (sold separately), you can turn your kettle into a practical appliance that can be used to heat up baby bottles to 40°C in no time. The insert can also be used to sterilize empty baby bottles in just five minutes. Baby food insert, $20, zwilling.com; Enfinigy electric kettle, $200, zwilling.com  

15. Mabel’s Labels Water Bottle Bands

An image of a pink water bottle with orange cats on the left and a yellow and orange water bottle on the right. The left has a purple label with the name Georgina and the right has a turquoise label with the name Brady.

Photo: Mabel’s Labels

Are you tired of your kid losing their water bottle at school, sports games or summer camp? These water bottle bands by Mabel’s Labels can help to fix that problem. Easy to put on and reusable, the stretchy silicone bands fit on most bottles and are dishwasher and microwave safe. Names are easy to read, and you can choose between six different colours and lots of cute icons to personalize them. $14, mabelslabels.ca

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