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Belly Armor Review

Are you pregnant? Know someone who is? Belly Armor is a company that you should check out. Their products are designed to protect your baby from harmful everyday radiation. Everything from cell phones to laptops to microwaves emit some level of radiation that could be harmful to your growing baby. What can you do about it?

You can get a belly blanket. It’s soft, comfortable and cute! You simply place it over your stomach while you are using electronic devices. You won’t even remember it’s there because it’s not heavy at all. I was actually expecting it to be much heavier than it was. I’ve spent a lot of time in x-ray departments with Colby so I was thinking it would be heavier like one of those gowns.

The blanket I received is the chic design. It’s baby blue in color with a brown corner and an orange circle in the middle of the corner. It’s a timeless design that wont draw attention to it, if you are using it at work.

The blanket shields 99.9% of incoming radiation. They have a cell phone test that you can do to test it out. You make look at how many bars you have on your cell phone. Wrap the phone in the blanket. After 30 seconds pull your phone out and see that the bars have disappeared. The great thing about that is that it doesn’t affect it while it’s not wrapped in the blanket, the blanket will protect your baby from the phone radiation. The blanket measures 30 x 35 inches is 100% pre-shrunk cotton and has a RadiaShield® lining.

Maybe you think this blanket would be hard to care for. Does it require special cleaning or even dry cleaning? It doesn’t! You can machine wash it in cold water with similar colors. Just air dry it and make sure you don’t bleach it. Pretty simple. This blanket would make a great present for someone who just found out they are pregnant. Or if you are planning on having more kids get one before you are pregnant so you have it on hand and protect your baby from the very beginning.

I was given a Belly Blanket for review purposes. I was not financially compensated for this review and this is my honest opinion.


Erin is an Army wife and mom of two girls and one boy who lives in Utah. I love to read, blog, and be an advocate for childhood stroke survivors like her son.

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