Soother LITTLE CUTIE made of high quality, odorless silicone. Equipped with symmetrical nipple. Provides free breathing and swallowing of saliva. Thanks to the holes in the shield, the soother does not irritate baby's sensitive mouth. BPA Free. Available in several colors. Designed for children aged 6-18 months.
The soother is made of the highest quality, odourless silicone.
It comes with symmetrical shape nipple.
It has profiled shield.
The soother is well vented thanks to special ventilation holes on the shield.
Ensures easy breathing and swallowing of saliva.
The Soother available in 3 sizes: 23/265 0-6 months,
23/266 6-18 months,
23/267 from 18 months.
The package contains 1 piece.
Do not use in a dishwasher or microwave. Can be disinfected and scalded.
The Soother of the LITTLE CUTIE collection. Check out other products from this collection.
Keep the soother clean. Before the first use of the product boil it in hot water for 5 minutes. Then, after cooling, squeeze out the remaining water. For hygiene, wash the soother regularly in warm running water. Steam in hot water at least once a day, and each time the soother falls out to the ground. Do not use in a dishwasher or microwave. Can be disinfected and scalded. For cleaning do not use antibacterial or abrasive detergents. Their excessive concentration may eventually cause damage to the plastic parts.
Do not leave the soother in direct exposure to sunlight, near heat sources or disinfecting substances for longer than recommended, as this may weaken the tip.
Attention! Never clean baby's soother in your mouth! You may pass your infections to the baby. Do not dip the soother in honey, sugar or any other sweet liquid - this may cause teeth decay or other oral problems.
Store the Soother in a dry Soother Container. Soother with matt or cracked tip has to be replaced with a new one before the baby bites it off with the risk of choking. Before each use, carefully inspect the product. Pull the soother in all directions. In case of any damage, discard the product. If the child already has teeth and still uses a soother, regularly check if the tip is not nibbled. To ensure the comfort and safety of the baby, replace the pacifier every 1-2 months. In the unlikely event that the child places the whole soother in its mouth DO NOT panic. The Soother is designed so that it can not be swallowed by a baby. As soon as you notice that your toddler has put the pacifier in its mouth, remove it as gently as possible.
We recommend that the child's weans off the soother by the age of 3 years.