TEETHING BABY AUSTRALIA ® GIVING YOU PEACE OF MIND DURING TEETHING TIME
All of our teether toys are compliant with the Australian toy safety standard 'AS/NZS ISO 8124.1 - Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties'. This standard ensures that toys for children up to and including the age of 36 months old are hazard free.
At Teething Baby Australia our priority is providing the safest silicone and wood products possible. All of our products are free from harmful chemicals such as; Phthalates, BPA, PVC, Lead, and Latex.
Teething Baby Australia silicone products are made from food grade silicone, the same material as is commonly used for pacifiers (dummies), teats, and kitchenware. Because of it's high quality, our silicone products are freezer safe to -70℃ and dishwasher safe to +270℃.
NATURAL ECO FRIENDLY WOOD RANGE:
At Teething Baby Australia we are proud to stock a range of natural eco friendly wood, for extra peace of mind. Our wood is free of chemicals and is not varnished or coated, to avoid the risk of toxicity and unexpected allergins. All of our eco wood products are smooth, durable, and ready to use without any treatment or prepartion required.
Teething Baby Australia jewellery is intended for adults and chidren over the age of 3 to wear. Please do not place any kind of jewellery on a child under the age of 3 years. We also warn parents not to leave a child under the age of 3 unattended with any of our jewellery products. Jewellery is not a toy. Children with fully developed teeth may be able to chew through silicone jewelry.
Loose beads are not suitable for children under the age of 3 years old. Please do not allow children under the age of 3 years to be left unattended with / play with loose beads.
It is the responsibility of the purchasing customer to ensure that any items made using Teething Baby Australia products comply with all relevant rules and regulations applicable to the market in which the customer wishes to use/re-sell products in.
Articles to help get started with safety requirements:
➽ 'Teething Necklaces' - Everything you need to know
➽ Making Dummy Chains - What you need to know
➽ Teether Toys and the Australian toy safety standard