Pacifiers are childcare accessories used by all babies during their growth. Our pacifiers are designed entirely in silicone to best adapt to baby's needs.
What are the benefits of the silicone pacifier?
Why is your child so attached to his pacifier? The pacifier helps soothe, calm and comfort baby. He needs to have her nearby to be reassured. With the help of the suction that your child exercises on his pacifier, he releases endorphins which make him happy and always more addicted to his company. All babies need to have a pacifier available to them to feel good.
The shape of the collar of our silicone teat is practical for keeping it in baby's mouth. Our pacifier has a round and symmetrical tip. The pacifier mimics the shape of the nipple your child is used to. The rounded shape allows the pacifier to stay in place in baby's mouth. In addition, the three small holes present on the collar prevent drool from accumulating behind the collar, which is more pleasant for the child and his parent!
Silicone is an ideal material for pacifiers because it is neutral. Indeed, it gives off neither taste nor smell for your child, which is much more pleasant for him. In addition, silicone is a soft material for baby's sensitive gums. The pacifier, which he keeps in his mouth for a long time, will cause him no pain. They do not contain BPA or BPS and comply with the EN 71-1 standard. Silicone pacifiers limit the risk of allergy. Silicone is very resistant to baby sucking and his first sharp teeth. It is designed to last over time. On the other hand, it is advisable to change the baby's pacifier approximately every 2 months to maintain impeccable hygiene.
The maintenance of silicone pacifiers is very practical since they are washable in the dishwasher or by hand with lukewarm water and a little soap.
Customizable silicone teats
BOHIN silicone pacifiers have a large ring allowing you to make soft toys for your child. You can also hang the pacifier guard that we offer separately to always keep your pacifier clean.
At what age does your child need their pacifier?
At BOHIN we know that many of you are wondering at what age to give your baby his first pacifier.
To give him his first pacifier, it is best to wait until baby has completely mastered breastfeeding or bottle feeding. This usually happens around her first 3 or 4 weeks. When he reaches 3 years old, your child no longer necessarily needs his pacifier because the need for suction he had at birth is no longer the same. Be careful not to let him use it too long. After a certain age, its use can cause shifts in the jaw and cause dental problems.
Product Features :
- Dimensions : 67 x 57 mm
- Our silicone pacifier is available in 3 original colors: old pink, gray blue and mango.
- Conforms to EN71-1, free of BPA and BPS
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