PRODUCT REVIEW: Amber Teething Bracelet

My poor little Layla has had it pretty rough with her Teeth. She started teething around 8-9weeks old and sure enough out popped her first tooth at 3 and abit months old. The next day she got another, this has continued since and in 10days she cut 4 teeth!
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We had exhausted all normal means of helping her, water filled teething rings that had been in the fridge, bonjela, anbesol liquid rubbed on her gums, a sophie giraffe toy for her to chew on and good oldย paracetamol. These did work, but soon wore off and then she would be screaming in pain or biting on anything she could get her hands on.

Then some of my mummy friends came to the rescue and suggested that we tried a Amber Teething Necklace/bracelet. They all raved about it etc etc, so I thought right ok ill look this up and see whats what.

Heres the Blurb about it “Baltic Amber is not only beautiful jewellery it also has healing properties. Nobody will argue, while against ones skin, the Baltic Amber Teething Necklace accumulates electrostatic charge and itโ€™s exactly the oxidized surface that contains most of the Succinic Acid as a natural antibiotic.”amberbracelet

Layla has had the Bracelet on her Ankle for over a week and the other day she cut her 8th tooth without showing any signs of it happening. I only realised it popped through when Lee spotted it!ย  So result… ๐Ÿ™‚

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We have kept the bracelet on her ankle/leg apart from going in the bath and I intend to keep it on her for aslong as it fits!. I even bought my Granda one for his wrist, he has bad legs and I figured well if it at all helps then that will do for me and him. I shall report back on this.

19 thoughts on “PRODUCT REVIEW: Amber Teething Bracelet

  1. My Monkeys Don't Sit Still

    I hear so many good things about these! Personally we were very lucky and both sons had no problems cutting their teeth. Had they done so I would have definitely considered theses!

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  2. Momma of Mojo (@MommaMojoBlog)

    Ah! I have been toying with picking up one of these and storing it away for the new baby. Both of mine teethed badly, so I think it might be worth the small investment if it’s going to help!
    That, and they are actually quite pretty!

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  3. Amy Squires

    These look great, I have one with my little one. She’s still having a hard time cutting her teeth but I don’t know what it would be like without it.

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  4. Family Fever

    We use amber for teeting too, it’s a real life saver. So glad that it has helped Layla too. Thanks for linking up with #Tried&Tested

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  5. Colette B

    My goodness she really did get her teeth early didn’t she! Ben was one for cutting teeth in clusters too but luckily he never really suffered with it. I’m hoping Amy is the same!
    Thanks for linking up this week ๐Ÿ™‚
    #Tried&Tested

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    1. Leanne

      To be honest she was later than my sons at getting her teeth! They were slightly earlier, they were bottle fed and I think them biting down on a hard silicon teat may of helped ๐Ÿ™‚ x

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  6. Beth

    I loved doing a review on the necklace i got for my little girl! They’re great!
    Good review.

    Beth
    www.life-as-mum.co.uk

    #Tried&Tested.

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  7. AK

    fab review i really want to try one with my 2. baby i never had one with my son but i was lucky he was a early but very good teething baby!

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  8. Claire

    i’m thinking of buying one of these for Ronnie as he is 4 months now and showing signs of teething Thanks for a good review Found you on #TriedTested linky ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Leanne

      I cant recommend it enough!! her 8th tooth came through without a sign, so it must of helped ๐Ÿ™‚ and thanx for stopping by x

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