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Infants usually start teething from six months old onwards, they love biting hard objects to soothe the discomfort, or for psychological satisfaction. In order to ensure the health of baby when teething, parents can pick suitable teether to meet their needs. Bidds teether necklace is exactly the most intimate choice for both mommy and her baby.
Bidds is both stylish and easy to carry, besides satisfying the babies it can be used as accessories for mothers too. When the mother is holding the baby in her arms, usually other teethers are proned to drop, but the necklace will not face this kind of problem. Bidds is made of beads with great quality, its chic design and color can easily attract the attention of baby. It is also very handy to grasp, a perfect teether for baby!
These silicone teething necklaces are made of FDA-approved beads:
- 100% food-grade silicone
- Refrigerator safe
- No PVC, latex, lead, cadmium or heavy metals
Safety is our number one concern. These beads contain no harmful chemicals such as phthalates, BPAs, PVCs, lead or latex and all necklaces come with a breakaway clasp as an added safety measure.
- Wash with baby bottle cleanser
- Dishwasher safe
- Beaded area of necklace can be immersed in hot water to sterilize after cleansing
- Silicone beads have high heat tolerance up to 200 degrees Celsius. However, this does not apply to the clasps and silk cord. Therefore, please do not put entire necklace into steamer
- Leave to air-dry
- Necklaces are intended for adults to wear. Please do not place the pendant on your infants/toddlers
- Do not leave infants/toddlers alone with the necklace unsupervised
- Always check the condition of the beads before wearing the necklace
- Beads and clasps pose a choking hazard should they come out loose
- Clasp is not chewable
Bidds are designed for adults to wear to soothe and entertain babies with emerging teeth. Children wi