The risk of suffocation is high especially in case of babies born prematurely, with respiratory problems and in general under 4 months of age. Do not use for pre-term infants without first consulting a doctor.
Before use, read the instructions for use for each specific position carefully and follow the relevant instructions. Failure to follow the manufacturer's directions and instructions may result in death or serious injury.

Remember that a baby in the carrier is like an extension of your body, so always be careful and use common sense when carrying a baby:

  • baby carriers are supports intended for adults. Do not leave the product unattended in the presence of children;
  • make sure that the child's airways are always clear. Make sure that the baby's face is always visible, never lean against the fabric, nor against the body of the carrier. You can breastfeed while "wearing" your baby. Always make sure that his or her face is not pressed against your chest once the feeding is over;
  • do not allow the baby's head and neck to fold into a C-shape position with the body; this position can compress and interfere with breathing - even if the airways are not obstructed - causing suffocation;
  • use only with a child;
  • your balance may be affected by your movements or those of the child. Use caution when bending, leaning forward and/or to the side. To avoid accidental falls, entrapment and incorrect positioning, constantly monitor the child, the position of his/her legs and the product, which must be correctly adapted to the wearer's build and the child's size (e.g. not too tight or loose);
  • Always support the child's body and head with one hand when moving or bending over. When crossing a door and/or turning a corner, make sure that the baby's body and head do not hit the walls or jambs.
  • periodically check your child's thermal condition;
  • transporting a child can be burdensome and/or tiring. Do not use unless in optimal physical condition. Take breaks when using a baby carrier̀;
  • be careful when wearing a baby carrier (when you put it on for the first few times, get help); look for a place where you can place your baby on a soft, horizontal surface (e.g. bed);
  • do not wear other accessories that interfere with the space occupied by the baby (e.g. bags, necklaces, audio headphones, etc) while using the products. It could get caught or hurt;
  • when adjusting the product, take into account your and your baby's clothing;
  • do not use during sports activities;
  • do not use any baby carriers in cars, on bicycles, motorcycles, etc. A baby carrier cannot replace a car seat. MHUG would like to remind you that the use of a car seat is always compulsory in accordance with the regulations in force. Do not drive a vehicle, be it a bicycle, motorbike, car, etc., while "wearing" a baby;
  • do not wear the baby carrier while cooking, working with sharp objects or with hot liquids. Never stay close to open flames. Nor to sources of harmful chemical emissions;
  • You can eat and drink while wearing the baby carrier, but not hot food or drinks, you could spill them on your baby with serious consequences;
  • keep a distance between you and dangerous objects while using a baby carrier. The baby could touch them and injure himself;
  • periodically and always before each use: check the integrity of the baby carrier and the various fastening elements, especially after washing; check that knots/rings/straps and fastenings are correctly positioned and tightened;
  • to be on the safe side, always tie a double knotas this could cause the baby to fall;
  • make sure that any loose cords present / portions of fabric, even after the product has been worn correctly, do not become entangled in external elements, are not accessible to the child, that the child cannot get caught in the shoulder straps or slip out;
  • always pay attention to the risk of the child falling. This risk increases when the baby starts to be more active;
  • use the product to carry one child only. Never use more than one baby carrier at a time.
  • do not wear accessories that could strangle your child (e.g. necklaces, audio headphones, etc);
  • do not use if you have taken medication or substances that alter perception and/or states of consciousness;
  • do not use in water or in the shower.

As soon as you have placed your baby securely in the carrier, start walking and rocking your baby a little. Babies love movement, it's a reminder of the womb. If the weather is fine, go for a walk.
Make the first attempts when the baby is fed, rested and in a relaxed situation. Babies don't like being a "guinea pig" so practice first with a doll, preferably in front of the mirror.


- The baby is in an active, physiological position, not hanging like in a regular baby carrier. With MHUG baby carriers, the baby unloads its weight on its little bottom and not on its genitals.
- The baby's legs assume a natural position without pushing on the pelvis.
- The baby's weight is well distributed over the adult's body, without straining the back.
- Folded up, they fit easily into any bag.

- The child's safety is the responsibility of the person "carrying" the child.

MHUG accepts no liability for accidents caused by the incorrect use of its products.

For any clarification or information please write to info@mhug.it