Baby ball is a 'washing ball for the baby'
- Comes in set of two balls
- Baby ball is made from the composition of natural ceramic ingredients for the function of cleansing and soft water, good for the skin of the baby
- Rapidly removes toxic and chlorine substances that penetrates easily into the skin, and is good for atopic skin, sensitive, dry skin
- When putting the baby ball in water, one floats on the top while the other goes deeper inside, causing structural change of the water to produce water good for the skin
- Baby Ball is also good for the health of the skin, removing harmfull cholorine which ages skin.
Common sense on chlorine ingredients remaining in water :
As chlorine remaining in tap water is absorbed into the skin while washing the face daily or bathing, it not only damages the skin by the oxidizing power and promotes aging by stimulating the skin but also can have bad effects on atopic skin.
Ceramic ball elution test result :
Certified to be suitable by Korea Testing & Research Institute / Korea Environment & Water Works Institute
Antimicrobial (sterilizing power of 99.9%) test Organization:
FITI testing & Research Institute / Korea Environment & Merchandise Testing Institute
PiPI Baby Bath Ball Purifier
Baby Balls last for 6 to 8 months and must not be used with soaps
Fill from empty to full without using soaps then take balls out then add soaps
Make sure bath balls are in for a total of 10 minutes before you take them out.
Waters NZ Ltd has a exchange policy which is, if you are not happy with your purchase Waters NZ will exchange your product with another product of your choice, the customer will always have to pay the freight and the price difference if the product purchase is greater than the amount in the first instance or purchase.
Goods sold on a door to door basis may be returned within seven days, and or any goods which are deemed to have manufacturers defeat or fault will be exchanged or may be refunded. This is the only time refunds will be offered, or where we are obligated to refund under the consumers guarantee act 1993.