Bébé Confort offers two types of soother: natural rubber or silicone.Silicone is stiffer, while rubber (or latex) smells and tastes different.It’s a good idea to offer both to your baby – they will soon decide which they like best!
Should I clean or sterilise my baby’s soother? And if so, how?
You should sterilise the soother before it is used for the first time.The soother can also be sterilised occasionally during your baby’s first few months, but there’s no need to do this continually.However, the soother must be cleaned in tap water and rinsed several times a day – and always after your baby drops it.Never clean the soother in your mouth – you may pass on germs to your baby.For hygiene, keep your baby’s soother in a travel box when it’s not being used.
When should I replace the soother?
Replace the soother as soon as you see signs of wear and tear on the teat or the ring, or after three months of use.
Why choose Bébé Confort soothers and teething rings?
We have been listening to babies for over 75 years and are widely respected as knowledgeable and experienced childcare experts. We work with midwives, paediatricians, orthodontists and psychologists to continually research and develop new products, and improve our existing ranges.That’s why you can be confident that Bébé Confort soothers and teething rings are perfectly safe and the best choice for your baby.