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FAQ

  • Are your teething products baby-safe?
Yes - safety is of utmost importance to us. Here are some information on the materials that we use:

1. All our beaded clips are hand-crafted out of high quality nylon cord, which has impressive stretch resistance and is easy to maintain. They are also heat-treated for extra strength.

2. Our silicone beads are safety tested and certified Food Grade, making them soft enough and completely safe for our little chompers. They are non-toxic, BPA, PVC, Phthalates and Cadmium-free and do not absorb odour nor support the growth of mould/ bacteria.

3. All wooden products and materials such as our clasps, rings and beads are made of untreated maple or beech wood, which as commonly used in children's toys because of their natural properties. They are antibacterial, chemical-free and non-splintering. 

  • What are some unique features of your silicone teether designs?
Most of the silicone teethers we carry have dual textured surfaces for maximum massaging and soothing on the gums. They are also mostly one-piece moulded design, hence there are no sneaky holes or ridges for moisture to hide.

  • Why are your wooden teethers left untreated?
Most of our wooden products are left untreated to avoid allergies. You may choose to coat them with beeswax blends or organic coconut/ olive oil for a more polished appearance.

  • How do I know which teether best suits my child?
That is really up to what your child prefers and/ or needs. Silicone teethers are perfect for the little ones who need extra relief as they can be popped into the fridge/ freezer for a cooling sensation on the gums. Wooden teethers are especially useful for gently breaking through that last layer of gum for first teeth which are just about to erupt. Some of our teethers double up as rattles, which provides extra fun!

  • How should I clean & care for the products?

Wash silicone products with warm water and mild dish soap, then leave to air-dry. For wooden products, simply wipe clean with a damp cloth. Never soak them in water as that may ruin the wood grain.