Natursutten Butterfly Natural Rubber Soother Rounded

Natursutten Butterfly Natural Rubber Soother (Rounded)

£6.95
Made from  the pure natural rubber of the Hevea brasiliensis tree. A single piece, 100% natural soother that is completely free from harmful chemicals.
 
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The Natursutten soother is a single piece dummy/pacifier made from natural rubber. Softer than silicone, the soother follows your baby's natural movements, it will gentle touch baby's nose - which closely simulates breast-feeding.

The large rubber mouth shield is designed with ventilation holes and the soft rubber prevents harsh marks forming around baby's mouth during sucking. Being moulded from a single piece it is extremely hygienic - water and bacteria won't get trapped or accumulate in cracks and joints, unlike some other designs where this can be a common problem. 

Ecologically sustainable, the material is sourced from the Hevea tree. This product is entirely free from BPA, PVC, parabens and phthalates.
Brand Natursutten
Condition New
MPN 10032
GTIN 894654002325
1 x Natursutten Natural Rubber Soother with rounded teat and butterfly shape shield. Made from 100% natural rubber sap and manufactured in Italy by Danish company, Ecobaby.  Free of toxins, BPA, parabens, PVC, phthalates,  endocrine disrupters, allergens, carcinogens and chemical softeners, artifical colour,  Available in three sizes. Small, Medium, Large.
Material: 100% Natural rubber
Packaging: 100% environmentally friendly recycled paper and printed with soya inks. 

Sizing:
Small: 0-6m (recommended for babies up to 6 months old)
Medium: 6-12m (recommended for babies between 6 and 12 months)
Large: 12m + (recommended for babies over 12 months)

Care:
Over a few weeks the natural rubber will turn from light brown to dark brown through use.  Once your soother has turned  dark, that is your indication that it's time for a replacement.   All soothers should be replaced approx every 6 - 8 weeks.
  • Before first use, sterilize by immersing the pacifier in boiling water for 5 minutes.  Allow to cool.
  • Clean before each use by using warm water and mild liquid soap.
  • Never wash Natursutten in the dishwasher
Safety:  Meets all safety requirements of EN 1400. Instructions for use included in the pack.

Carefully inspect before each use, especially once your child has teeth. pull the pacifier in all directions and throw away if there are any signs of damage or weakness.

Do not leave pacifier in direct sunlight or heat or leave in soapy water for longer than recommended as this may weaken teat.

Never dip the pacifier in sweet substances or medication.

In the event that the pacifier becomes lodged in the mouth, simply remove from the mouth with care.  It cannot be swallowed.

Warnings: Never attach ribbons or cords to a soother, to avoid the risk of strangulation.

Latex Allergy:
The protein that on rare occasions can provoke a latex allergy is removed from the rubber sap used for Natursutten pacifiers. This means that there is no risk of provoking a latex allergy when using them. That said, we would never recommend using a product made from natural rubber for a child with a diagnosed latex allergy
  • made from all natural rubber, pure & sustainable
  • made in Europe under European safety standards
  • no cracks, crevices or joints where bacteria can hide.
  • softer than silicone
  • will not leave marks on baby's face
  • free from harmful chemicals 
Production of natural rubber:

Growing natural rubber involves many steps, and numerous scientific disciplines to be merged together to provide a cohesive operation and plan. Planting – Seeds are planted and grow for between 12-18 months before being suitable for grafting, after which they are removed from a nursery environment and planted on a plantation. The bud quickly grows but the tree must be left to mature for between 6-7 years. Tapping – Harvesters shave off a bit of bark, and then notch a line in the revealed bark to a depth of about 1/3” deep. The milky white liquid, latex, drips from the cut vessels, and then flows down the barkless patch, where it is collected, typically in a cut mounted to the tree. This tapping continues on alternating days, with new patches being cut just below the prior one, until the tapping is about a foot from the base of the tree. Once that side of the tree is tapped out, a repeat effort is done on the other side of the tree.

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