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Hevea Natural Rubber Pacifier - Orthodontic Teat - 2 Pack

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These natural pacifiers are made from non-toxic rubber latex, with an orthodontic shaped teat and a unisex star and moon cutout design.

Features:

  • 100% natural rubber latex
  • Soft and gentle on baby’s face
  • Uniquely designed ventilation holes
  • Hygienic solid design – eliminates bacteria
  • Ergonomic butterfly shape gives space for nose and chin
  • Prevents vacuum around the mouth
  • No PVC, BPA, phthalates and artificial colours

Care:

  • For both safety and hygiene reasons, the soother should be discarded after a maximum of two months use.
  • The pacifier/soother should be cleaned by hand or in a machine especially suitable for this, and must not be cleaned in a microwave or dishwasher.
  • When the pacifier/soother is not in use, it should be kept in a clean, dry place out of direct sunlight or contact with a source of direct heat. It should be stored in a closed, clean and dry container.
  • Check daily that the pacifier/soother is in good condition. This is done by pulling on the various parts of the soother and checking that it is still in good condition. If there are splits or changes in the soother, it should be discarded.


Safety:

  • Hevea’s products are all tested to prove that they meet EU standard EN1400, US regulations CPSIA and AUS regulation AS 2432-1991
  • Do not attach pins, ribbons or string to any part of the pacifier/soother
    (i.e around the ring, plug or through the ventilation holes) as these can be dangerous.
  • Do not pull pacifier/soother apart.
  • Do not tie the pacifier/soother tightly to strings, straps, tapes or similar things in the child’s clothing, as this could risk choking the child.
  • If the entire pacifier/soother goes into the child’s mouth, take it out gently.
    The pacifier/soother is constructed so that it cannot be swallowed.
    Do not panic, but take the soother out of the child’s mouth calmly and as gently as possible.