- Colour: No-gloss dark caramel Baltic amber beads.
- Length: Approx. 32cm to 34cm
- Safety features: Secured with a screw-clasp, with a knot before and after each bead to prevent choking risk if necklace breaks.
- Baltic amber beads are lightweight, warm to the touch and comfortable to wear.
Please Note: Because this necklace is made using 100% natural amber, the colour, shape and size of the beads will vary.
Wearing a Baltic amber necklace will help to ease teething symptoms like swollen cheeks, tender gums and sore throats; it also helps to strenghthen your baby’s immune system, and gives the thyroid gland a natural boost. When Baltic amber is worn against the skin, the resin warms up and releases a healing oil known as succinic acid. This oil acts as a natural analgesic and anti-inflammatory, soothing the pain and discomfort of teething. A trusted natural remedy to help your little one through the teething process.
- Suitable for infants aged 8 weeks and up.
- Suitable for daytime and night wear; also safe for the bath.
- Note: The earlier your baby starts wearing a Baltic amber necklace, the less likely he or she will be to try to chew or pull on it.
- Store amber jewellery separately from any other jewellery.
- When not in use, keep amber jewellery away from sunlight and heat, preferably in a cloth pouch or in the bag provided.
- Clean your Baltic amber jewellery gently with a soft cloth dipped in lukewarm water, and wipe with a dry soft cloth. You can also use a very small drop of olive oil may be used to restore lustre to the beads.
- Not suitable for chewing.
- Avoid touching your Baltic amber necklace with any sharp objects.
- Do not use ultrasonic or steam cleaners, solvents or detergents to clean your Baltic amber necklace.
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03 Jan, 2015, By Mika