Personalised pacifier

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  • Anatomical pacifier, natural shape.
  • Silicone teat, more durable and hygienic.
  • It can be sterilized in a sterilizer.
  • Complies with safety standard EN 1400:2013.
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Terri (Lincolnshire)

Would just like to say my blanket arrived this week and its absolutely fabulous, I'm thrilled with it , the quality is exceptional ,its a gift for my mum in Scotland who hasn't seen it yet, its pictures old and new of family members, I'm sure she will cherish it , thank you once again

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Description

Pacifier with silicone anatomical teat

Create a personalised pacifier totally to your liking. If you don't know how to personalise pacifiers, it's a very simple process in which you can put a name, a photo, or any design in full color. Or you can also create a personalised pacifier with message. You can also choose color and thus create a more personalpacifier. You will receive it inside a transparent plastic box for protection.

It is a pacifier of maximum quality, which complies with all European safety regulations (sections 10.3 and 11 of Standard EN 1400:2013).

As for the anatomic form, it is the most recommended form, above other soothers with round teat. The advantage of anatomical soothers is that they fit the baby's palate more naturally, as they are more similar to the maternal nipple. Choose between newborn size (0-6 months) or size +6 months.

Personalisation method

We print your design, photo or text directly on the product, using non-toxic inks (see European safety standards at the end of this sheet). When personalised with direct printing, and not with vinyl or adhesives, it can be sterilised without risk of disappearance of the personalised part.

Recommendations for use

It is recommended to periodically check the teat, especially when the baby has teeth. In case of teeth marks it is recommended to replace.

Before first use, the soother must be sterilized for thorough cleaning before first use. It is recommended to store the soother in the plastic box in which it is shipped, for better preservation and cleaning.

For the personalisation of the soothers we use inks that comply with all safety guarantees, and an engraving system that prevents it from coming off even during the process of sterilization, boiling and washing the product.

Do not use ribbons or cords on the pacifier for the safety of the baby. If it deteriorates over time, discard its use. Do not expose to direct sunlight or direct heat sources.

How to sterilize a pacifier

  • 1) Fill a small cooking pot with water.
  • 2) Heat the water until it boils.
  • 3) Remove the cooking pot from the fire, and introduce the pacifier.
  • 4) Leave the soother in the water for approximately 5 minutes.
  • 5) Remove the pacifier from the water and squeeze the teat until there is no water left inside.

NO dishwasher.

Which is the best latex or silicone pacifier

When it comes to choosing the best pacifier, many parents wonder which is the best between the latex or silicone pacifiers. Each has its own characteristics, but we believe that the silicone is much better for the child. This material does not absorb water or odours, therefore it will be more durable than latex.

There are children who may have latex allergy, so you should immediately discard the latex pacifier if your child is allergic. Infants are more likely to accept silicone pacifiers and the use of silicone pacifiers is recommended, especially when they are teething.

In short, silicone is the perfect material for soothers compared to other materials. Silicone is more durable, retains less odours and lasts longer. In addition, silicone soothers do not cause allergies.

How to remove a pacifier from a 3 year old child

It is important to remove your child's pacifier before the age of three, as it can deform the palate or cause dental problems. Ideally, it should be done between 12 and 24 months . When the time comes to help the child to be a simpler process, because the normal reaction is usually crying.

Some parents choose to do it gradually, so the child will arrive at a time when he will not miss it. Others, however, prefer to talk about it with him, and even different games can be proposed so that the child takes it as a test and, little by little, forgets to use it.

The most commonly used option is to do it gradually, in such a way that children go from being constantly with the pacifier to doing it at a certain time of day. You can establish a calendar of use and make it only use at night to sleep, for example.

Personalised teats

Did you know that pacifier is a word that has a lot of synonyms? That's why some people look for this product as "dummy", or for any of these synonyms: binky, soother, teether, dodie...

Some of these synonyms have been clearly established for their ease in pronouncing in the words of babies who do not yet speak well. Especially binky or dodie would be the best examples.

Safety regulations

The product complies with all European safety standards: (section 10.3 of Standard EN 1400:2013).

Both the product itself and the ink used for personalisation, as well as the machinery with which the ink is printed, comply with safety regulations.

AIJU

AIJU is a technological institute specialized in toys and children's products.

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