Natural rubber pacifier 6-18 months
100% natural rubber
100% natural rubber!
These pacifiers offer a variety of natural colors and are safe to put in the mouth.
The round shape of the outer part of the pacifier helps prevent inflammation of baby's skin.
BPA, PVC and phthalate free
Natural rubber teat
Pack of 2
Made in Denmark
Free delivery if picked up at a pick-up location and for any purchase of 80$ or more before taxes or 10$ fixed fee
For hygienic reasons, we recommend throwing away pacifiers after 3-4 months of use.
For your baby's safety
Always inspect the product carefully before each use. Especially when the baby is teething. Pull the pacifier in all directions.
Throw it away at the first sign of damage or weakness. Only use dedicated pacifier holders that have been tested according to EN 12586. Never attach other ribbons or cords to a pacifier, as your baby could choke on them. The pacifier should not be stored in direct sunlight.
How do you clean your pacifier?
Sterilize each pacifier before using it. Bring water to boil and pour the boiling water over the pacifiers. Let the pacifiers soak for about 5 minutes. Remove them from the water and let them dry. Pacifier nipples can hold water, so squeeze the nipple to release it and let it cool and dry for 3-4 hours. If the pacifier has any irregularities, we recommend that you discard it immediately. Because our pacifiers are made of natural rubber, the nipple may expand with use.
TIP: When your child is older than 3 months, you can also rinse the pacifier by placing it in a sieve and pouring it through boiling water. This method is partly faster and partly prevents water from accumulating inside.
Caution! DO NOT BOIL. They are not meant to be boiled and are therefore destroyed by the high heat.
Instead, follow the instructions above and you are sure to kill bacteria without compromising the durability of the pacifier.
How often should I clean it?
Premature babies and babies under 3 months of age need a more thorough and frequent cleaning than babies over 3 months of age. Therefore, the pacifier should be cleaned more often when the child is less than 3 months old.
0-3 months: The pacifier should be descaled every time it goes on the floor. In addition, the pacifier should be scalded at least once a day.
3 months and older: Rinse the pacifier once a day and rinse it under the cold tap if it has been on the floor.