Its a known fact that high temperature when baby has a fever can spell danger for the baby.Â Overheating can cause a babyâ€™s brain to shut down and is also an indication of illnesses such as meningitis.Â Thanks to Chris Ebejer, conceived a way to stop babies from overheating.
He was able to develop Baby Glow.Â The uniqueness of the garments is that it will change color according to babyâ€™s current temperature â€“ meaning the cloth could tell the babyâ€™s parents whether their child is getting too hot in bed or if fever is occurring, it will help prevent catastrophic illness.
Mr Ebejer, who had his idea while watching a documentary about babies, began the search for an ink pigment with heat-sensitive molecules.
He spent six years and Â£700,000 working with scientists to develop-the pigments to embed into cotton babyglow.
Babyglows suits come in pink, blue and pastel green colors. All will turn white as soon as the babyâ€™s body temperature rises beyond 37degree Celcius.
The BabyGlow Suit is priced at Â£20 a pack.