My Cart

Close

USE <EVORWELCOME>

12% OFF for first time customers

FREE SHIPPING with every $30 spend

[SHOP NOW]

Blog » Mummy's tips

Topics ranging from useful parenting and lifestyle tips (Blog)

to essential product information (Product Tips)

expert's opinion for mothers and babies (Mummy's Resources)

and media publications and official announcements (Press)

Evorie Premium Unscented Wipes

Choosing the right baby wipe for your baby!

Baby wipes are the number one necessity for all parents. From cleaning the little ones during a diaper change, cleaning up milk spit ups, keeping their body clean and fresh... Read More

Things to look out for a good breastmilk storage bag

You may not have cried over spilled milk but you will probably cry over breastmilk that has not been stored properly. Not only having to put in all the hard... Read More
Things to look out for a good breastmilk storage bag
You are not alone…

You are not alone…

Happy World Breastfeeding Week!

The theme of World Breastfeeding Week 2020 is "Support breastfeeding for a healthier planet". While breastfeeding is a natural process, it is not always easy. Mothers need support – both to get started and to sustain breastfeeding. In line with this theme, some mummies share with us snippets of their breastfeeding journey.

Ain't no hood like...Motherhood!

"Motherhood is the greatest thing, and the hardest thing" Being a mother is learning about strengths we didn't know we had, and dealing with fears we never knew existed. Read on to see what 3 mommies shared with us on what motherhood means to them. 
Motherhood is the greatest and the hardest thing
Feeding infant with Evorie Tritan 160ml Baby Milk Bottle

What milk is best for your baby?

Not all milk is the same. Without doubt, breast milk is the best. Ideally, it is best to exclusively breastfeed your newborn until the baby is 6 months old. However, if you're unable to exclusively breastfeed your baby for whatever reasons, the type of formula you use matters. So, soy, goat or cow milk, which is better for your baby?