When temperatures rise in the summer, it’s important to keep your baby cool to avoid sun stroke, heat exhaustion and dehydration. While it can be tempting to stay out in the sun for hours at a time - especially in the UK where hot days are rare - being sandwiched in a baby chair, buckled into a car seat or being wrapped up in a blanket isn’t ideal or comfortable for babies.But worry not, there are a plethora of clever products to keep your little one cool this summer whether they are chilling at home or out enjoying the sunshine. From pushchair fans and car sun shades to humidifiers and paddling pools, things are looking up (and not just the mercury).Here are the best products to buy now.The editors at Yahoo UK are committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, we may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.
You can’t fail to have noticed that the UK is currently in the grip of a heatwave.But while the hot weather is much longed-for, it’s fair to say the 34 degrees plus temperatures we’ve been sweltering in for the last few days have posed some very real struggles for us Brits.The sweat-soaked commutes to work, those too-hot-to-sleep nights, humidity hair, swollen everything!It needn’t be this way, though. People who live in hot countries seem to go about their business perfectly stress and sweat-free, so we asked the hot-weather pros for their very best tips on staying chill, when the temperature is rising.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Heatwave essentials: 9 products you need to survive the sunBoozy ice lolly recipes to try this summerWhy it’s normal to feel grumpy in the heat
Car manufacturers spend months attempting to destroy their prototypes in some of the most inhospitable terrain imaginable. All so families in Droitwich Spa can be confident that the air conditioning will keep them cool on balmy August days and