Boosting Baby's Brainpower

Elva's award winning nursery essentials for babies & Toddlers

Boosting Baby's Brainpower


tantalizing tentacles (®)

Why babies loves this award winning toy

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Did you know?

“In just 12 months, your baby’s brain will double in size. Sensory stimulation is key to this dramatic and rapid brain growth.

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Tacitus Tentacles on La Maison des Maternelles

How our Octopus will make your baby fall asleep

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Answering the question asked by millions of parents

“ How do I boost my Baby’s Brain Power ? “

Elva meet the needs of millennials by offering intelligent sensory products that encourage cognitive skills right from birth


No greenwashing - Real impact

Sustainability is an imperative for us, and our products are made from 99,5 discarded water bottles, saving between 50-75% natural resources while diminishing our CO2 emission.



I love Elva, for the softness of their blankets, for the care taken in their manufacturing, for the ecological and social commitment of the company ... It is a very beautiful brand and I strongly advise all their products.

AmelieMother of Mia

Tested and approved at 3000%. My son was born very premature. He had the chance to meet TACITUS, the famous blue octopus. He immediately went crazy. Since then, the beautiful soft blanket has come to keep him warm. And god knows how much he loves that too. Today Markus is 15 months old and TACITUS is everywhere. Thank you Elva for all the comfort and happiness you give my son every day. Love

SamMother of Nassim

My daughter LOVES her little octopus. And me too cause since she received it she started sleeping throughout the night!

InaMother of Ellie

I think the world needs many more Elva, i.e. enterprises that have a strong vision about more sustainable sourcing of feedstock and who are willing to invest in the development of new markets for secondary material. The fact that Elva Senses develop products for infants with RPET makes it a cutting edge venture.

Peter BôrkeyPrincipal Administrator, OECD Environment Directorate