BIBS Dummies in Woodchuck.
A classic round pacifier in a timeless and stylish design. Designed and made in Denmark.
The pacifier's nipple is made of 100% natural rubber latex, which is soft, flexible and natural for the little ones. The round and soft shape resembles the mother's breast and is therefore an obvious choice for your baby. The shield is convex which allows airflow to ventilate the delicate skin.
**PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TWIN PACKS CANNOT BE MIXED WITH OTHER COLOURS AND THEY COME AS THEY ARE PACKAGED**
Size & Ages (Guideline):
Size 1: Newborn - 6 Months
Size 2 : 6 months - 18 Months
Size 3: 18 Months +
Sterilising BIBS Dummies:
Sterilise the dummy in boiling water for 3 minutes and no more before use. The dummies can get water into the rubber due to the vent hole. Squeeze the dummy to remove possibly ingress of water. Clean and sterilise the dummies daily. Do not use microwave sterilising or cleaning materials as it can destroy the natural rubber.
Renew the dummy after using it for 4-6 weeks due to safety and hygiene reasons. Due to the natural rubber, it can expand with use. Keeping the dummy longer than the recommended time period will cause excessive swelling which can make it difficult for your baby to take a new dummy. In some cases, the teats can split due to excessive expansion. If the baby - by mistake - has got the dummy too far in the mouth, please remove the dummy gently. The three holes make it sure that the baby doesn’t suffocate. It is recommended not to dip the dummy in sugar-containing products or medicine owing to the baby’s teeth and health.
The nipple is made of 100% natural rubber, which may rarely cause an allergic reaction. The product fulfils the European standard EN 1400+A and AS 2342 (2015), the Australian standard for consumer good (Babies’ dummies and dummy chains) safety standard 2017.
A torn or broken dummy poses a choking hazard. Inspect carefully before each use. Pull the teat in all directions. Throw away at the first sign of damage or weakness. A cord or ribbon attached to a dummy poses a strangulation hazard. Do not attach dummy to your child’s clothing