Bring softness to bath time.

Wrap them up with a great big hug.

our bath ensembles

  • bear essential

    Soft to the touch 100% ringspun cotton towels. As reliable, durable and comfy as your favorite teddy.

    • 100% ringspun cotton
    • bath towel 24” x 48”
    • hand towel 16” x 26”
    • face towel 12” x 12”

    Available in:

    popsicle pink

    peek a blue

    circus blue

    GUND red

    lemon

    beary brown

    raspberry

    marshmallow white

  • mélange

    Plush and playful 100% cotton mélange towels. Inspired by GUND® colorfun characters.

    • 100% cotton
    • bath towel 24” x 48”
    • hand towel 16” x 26”
    • face towel 12” x 12”

    Available in:

    GUND Red

    beary brown

    circus blue

    raspberry

    lemon

    tangerine

  • super soft

    Low twist yarn makes these 100% cotton towels light, fluffy, absorbent and—of course—super soft.

    • 100% cotton
    • bath towel 25” x 50”
    • hand towel 16” x 26”
    • face towel 12” x 12”

    Available in:

    popsicle pink

    peek a blue

    marshmallow white

    vanilla

    Golly grey

    Teddi taupe



our hooded towels

Wrap your little one in their favorite GUND® character.

  • Fuzzy™

    • 100% cotton and sheared velour
    • 24” x 48”
  • Roarsly™ Lion

    • 100% cotton and sheared velour
    • 24” x 48”
  • Owl

    • 100% cotton and sheared velour
    • 24” x 48”
  • Monkers™ Monkey

    • 100% cotton and sheared velour
    • 24” x 48”


our baby hooded towels

Soft on baby’s delicate skin.

  • Spunky™

    • 100% cotton and sheared velour
    • 30” x 30”

    Available in:

    popsicle pink

    peek a blue

  • Winky™

    • 100% cotton and sheared velour
    • 30” x 30”

    Available in:

    popsicle pink

    peek a blue

10 tips on bathing baby

  • 1

    You don’t need to bathe your newborn daily… as long as you keep their bottoms clean and dry, two to three times a week should suffice. The older they get, the more frequent bathing they’ll need.

  • 2

    Bathe newborns before mealtime and older babies before bed.

  • 3

    Keep supplies like washcloths, soap and a clean diaper nearby since you won’t be able to venture far with baby in the tub.

  • 4

    Lay out a bath towel or hooded towel before you start to have it ready.

  • 5

    Fill the tub with one to two inches of warm water. You likely don’t need much more than that.

  • 6

    Keep the room and bath water warm. Test the water with heat sensitive skin like your wrist first: if it’s too warm for you, it’s definitely too hot for baby. Adjust the temperature until it’s comfortable for baby. To help keep them warm in the tub, keep a warm washcloth on their belly.

  • 7

    Wash baby’s face first, then work your way down from the top of the head. Carefully clean the diaper and belly button area.

  • 8

    Make sure to pay attention to areas where dirt can accumulate, such as behind the ears, as well as the folds of the neck, thigh and knee.

  • 9

    Use strong cleansers sparingly if necessary…instead, opt for cleansers that are specially designed for baby’s skin.

  • 10

    When bath time is over, pat baby's skin dry with a soft towel. Better yet, wrap him or her in a hooded towel.