Silikids~Siliskin Glass 6oz (2 pack) Review

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Silikids is the first mom-founded brand that focuses on children’s products made entirely of silicone and glass, founded since 2006. Silikids combines need-based innovation with the technological advantages of SILICONE. The products are made to be easy to use and keep clean. The brand also focuses on designing safe, modern and practical products offering a new function. As Silikids continues to build the brand and promote the SILICONE benefit, its goal it to be a leading brand in the industry through innovative and modern design.

Sweet Southern Lovin had the opportunity to work with Silikids to review the Siliskin 6oz glasses (2pk). The packaging is very sleek. I like that the packaging is recyclable. You pop the top off and the glasses are stacked on top of each other inside. It comes with a piece of paper that tells you care instructions and how to use a Siliskin. The Siliskin on the glass is a very nice, thick, and grip-able. Right out of the package my three children were drawn to the Siliskin glasses.

These are really cute and lightweight, but sturdy at the same time. I love that they are made out of glass. They are so much easier to clean and it doesn’t hold the smell of the fluids, like some plastics do. I love the size of the Siliskin glasses as well, they fit perfectly in little hands. The Siliskin removes very easily from the glass, but only when ran under warm water, so it can’t be removed by little ones. I really love that about the Siliskin glasses.

These are just all around awesome! My 5 year old twins as well as my 2 year old feel like big kids being able to drink out of a glass, while mommy feels safe because of the Siliskin. I love that the Siliskin glasses give my smaller children a feel of independence, but still keeping them safe. I would definitely recommend these to mothers with not only older children, but with toddlers as well. It is a great cup to use when transitioning from a sippy cup to a big kid cup. Also the awesome thing about the Siliskin glasses is that Silikids has a top that can be put on top of the Siliskin glasses to turn it into a sippy cup.

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Comments

  1. Lauryn R says

    I love this idea so much. I can’t believe that no one has ever thought of this before! I always just buy plastic cups for my 5 year old, but this would save me so much. Wonderful review and invention!

  2. Sandra VanHoey says

    These are so nice and I want to share with my sister. Her graandchildren are 6 and 4 years of age and still have the sippy cups which they are really using as the “baba” still. Not good in my opinion and they still take to bed with the. Maybe if I show her your review, she will see this is something the kids need.

  3. Cassandra WM says

    This looks like a great product. I’m not fond of using plastic cups, because they can hold smells like you said, and because I find they don’t last very long. I like that these glasses are safe for kids to use, easier to clean, and also cut down on waste. I love the packaging as well; I could totally find a million ways to upcycle it!

  4. says

    I like the idea if this very innovative product. All I kept thinking while reading the review is that kids will feel so big when they see adulkts with their “cuzies” and now they have one of their own.

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