How To Choose The Best Silicone Teether For Your Baby

How To Choose The Best Silicone Teether For Your Baby

As a parent, you want to make sure your baby is safe and healthy. With so many different types of teethers on the market, it can be difficult to choose the best one for your little one. This ultimate guide explains the benefits of silicone teethers and helps you find the perfect one!

Silicone teethers: what are they?

This type of teething toy is made from silicone, a non-toxic and safe material. Silicone teethers are designed to soothe babies during the teething process by providing them with something to chew on. In addition to being brightly colored and made in many shapes, silicone teethers are also visually appealing to babies. They can be cleaned easily with soap and water, and they are safe for babies to chew on.

Nissi & Jireh has designed a revolutionary teether set to ease the discomfort of teething and relieve the pain of aching gums.        


Safe Silicone Design


Constructed from 100% Food Grade Silicone, the Nissi & Jireh Teether Set is completely non-toxic, BPA Free and intended for babies two months and up.


Relief with Resistance


Nissi & Jireh’s teethers are made from a pliable silicone, offering a soft and bendable texture, giving baby just the right amount of soothing resistance.


Multiple Soothing Possibilities


Teething relief is fleeting when baby is offered only a singular option. Nissi & Jireh’s teethers come in sets of two different shaped designs, each featuring multiple textures targeted to relieve aching gums. The numerous soothing options result in a distracted, entertained and pacified baby.


Designed for Tiny Hands


Both of the included Nissi & Jireh Teethers were fashioned purposely for baby’s hands and fingers. Each teether features a ring-shape for easy grasping and independent use.


Easy to Freeze


For extra relief, Nissi & Jireh Teethers can safely be placed in the refrigerator or freezer to add an extra element of cooling relief. Since this set includes two teethers, you can keep one in the freezer while the other is in use.