Pretty Please Baby Teether Silicone & Beechwood Made In USA
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Pretty Please Teethers® || features Original Pretty Please Teethers® design Modern design & colors CPSC tested & compliant 100% buttery soft food-grade silicone beads FREE OF: BPA, PVC, Phthalates, Lead, and Cadmium Natural Beechwood - treated with organic coconut oil and beeswax blend Handmade in Utah.
Our story is simple. It started with one mission in mind: to find safe, stylish, natural handmade items for my little one-- something that fit my modern and minimalist style but was functional. It felt like it should be simple but was, surprisingly, harder than expected. Being pregnant with my youngest and on bed rest with Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG, or severe morning sickness), I had a lot of spare time on my hands; and since I couldn't find what I wanted elsewhere, I decided to make my own.
Since then, Pretty Please Teethers has been designing and hand-making products that babies will enjoy and we, the moms, will love. Product safety and quality is our number one concern; both are held to the highest of standards here at Pretty Please Teethers. All of our products, handmade and designed in Utah, are made from 100% food-grade silicone and natural beechwood beads/rings. They are tested by independent, governing safety institutions to ensure they meet & exceed North American safety standards.
We go above and beyond so you can focus more on your little one's teething needs and worry less about unsafe products. Pretty Please Teethers aims to provide you and your teething little ones with some much-needed relief while maintaining an organic, contemporary, minimalist style with our handmade items.
CPSC tested & compliant 100% buttery soft food-grade silicone beads FREE OF: BPA, PVC, Phthalates, Lead, and Cadmium Natural Beechwood - treated with organic coconut oil and beeswax blend Handmade in Utah.
Manufacturer's suggested age: 3+ months. Always supervise your children when using this product.
My little guy loves this teether. (Unfortunately, my dogs do too.)