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Now people pay great attention to baby care. Babies will have movements gradually after a few months. Baby mats can not only help baby learn to crawl, but also can save parents a lot of efforts. But there are many kinds of crawling mats, and many mothers don't know how to choose. Now let's learn about the difference between XPE Baby Mats and EPE Baby Mats.
EPE Mat for infant is a crawling mat which adopts EPE (Expandable Polyethylene) as raw material. EPE is a new kind of environmental protection foaming material with high strength buffer and anti-seismic ability. It is flexible, light and elastic. It can absorb and disperse the external impact force through bending to achieve the buffering effect. At the same time, EPE has a series of superior use characteristics such as heat preservation, moisture-proof, heat insulation, sound insulation, etc.
XPE Baby Mat is environment-friendly, non-toxic and odorless. It is a kind of environmental protection material recognized by the world at present. It has no side effects on baby's soft skin. XPE Baby Mat is not easy to deform, easy to return to the original position and is more comfortable. It is specially designed with large fret.
What are the benefits of crawling for babies
It can exercise back muscles so that the whole back grow healthily. It promotes the patency of nerve fibers in the brain and enhances brain development. It can exercise the strength of large muscles in the whole body, such as chest, abdomen, waist, back and limbs, and lay the foundation for the baby's standing and walking. Babies can learn about the world more widely and it can exercise their brain's cognitive and memory functions.