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BPA Free Teether Toys

Updated on February 26, 2014

The Perfect Gift for a Teething Baby!

If you are a parent you certainly don't want to see your child in pain when they are teething. Unfortunately, teething is part of the process of the baby’s growth of their first teeth.

Babies tend to experience all sorts of symptoms during this part of their development. The child will most likely drool a lot and may also have swollen gums. As a result of not being able to communicate well, they most likely will have some temper tantrums.

One way to help the child through this painful process is to offer them teether toys. These teethers are especially made to help relieve some of the pain associated with new teeth forming. They are generally bright and colorful as well. Since children want to chew on things when they are teething these toys are the perfect solution.

You probably want to make sure your child is not going to be chewing on a teether that would cause them health problems. Unfortunately a lot of these teethers are made from plastic that can contain BPA, Phthalates or latex. There are many different teether toys available today that are made of natural materials such as rubber and wood and don’t have any chemicals used to make them.

Vulli Sophie the Giraffe Teether

This must be by far one of the most popular teether son the market. With nearly one hundred reviews on Amazon, parents love this almost as much as their kids do!

Here's what one parent had to say: "I have tried every variety of teether I have seen and my son refuses to chew on them, so I was really excited to come across Sophia the giraffe. My son loves it! "

Sophie the Giraffe is a great teether for baby. There are plenty of areas they can chew on including two rings with different textures as well as ears, horns and legs. This safe teether will help with sore gums.

Production of Sophie la Giraffe Video

Green Sprouts Fruit Cool Soothing Teether

This teether is filled with sterilized water so it can be put in the refrigerator for a cooling effect on your baby's tender gums. It is also BPA, PVC and nitrosamine free!

Here is what on happy parent had to say about this teether: "Highly recommend this teether! Green Sprouts is a great company that makes chemical free toys! I bought this early for my 4 month old son even before he was teething and it is one of his favorites! It doesn't stay cool for very long, but is nice and refreshing initially. It is comforting to know he's not sucking on BPA and other harmful things that can leak through most other teethers."

Razbaby RaZberry Teether

This is a bright and cheery teether for baby. Made of medical grade silicone and is BPA free. It can be placed in the freezer or fridge to add a cooling effect and the bumpy texture helps to soothe baby's tender gums.

Here is what one happy parent had to say about this teether: "It is a soft silicone material, comparable to other teething toys on the market, and my baby took to it instantly. The bonus: it is shaped like a pacifier, so babies can suck on it and it fits comfortably in their mouths. I can't say enough good things about this product."

Razberry Teether Video

Lifefactory Multi Sensory Silicone Teether

You get two teethers in this package: one yellow and one green. It can be put in the freezer or fridge for a cooling effect on baby's tender gums. It is made in the US of medical grade silicone. It is free of BPA, PBC, phthalates and latex.

Here is what one happy parent had to say about this teether: "This product has been a life saver. We couldn't find a toy to help relieve my teething 5 month old. I tried all kinds. I tried a cold rag. I used the liquid filled teethers. I bought a rubber one. I tried everything it seems. I purchased the Lifefactory Teether and to my surprise she loves it. It is a great texture. The silicone is thick enough to hold up but still so flexible. It is the perfect size for small little hands. She can easily maneuver it around to her mouth."

Cleaning Baby Teethers

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