Hevea Natural Baby Soothers 2 Pack - Orthodontic Teat - Blush and Rosewood
Our summary: Hevea soothers have been a favourite of our customers for a long time now and with good reason - they don't have any seams or joins so nowhere for bacteria to lurk, they're made from natural rubber a smell babies love, and they're super cute and sustainable too!
Hevea are Danish designed pacifiers made from 100% natural rubber, which is a natural material, free from BPA, PVC and phthalates.
Babies love the smell of natural rubber and the special odour makes it easy for baby to identify and provide reassurance.
Baby blush & Rosewood are the most adorable and gentle baby colors in fantastic, soft, red tones. Baby blush is slightly lighter and fills you mind with smiles. Rosewood is a tiny bit darker, but still a very soft color combining red, brown and a tiny bit of orange into a heart-warming and lovely color.
The pacifier has a silky smooth touch and is gentle on the baby’s face and teeth, but still resistant to bites.
Easy to clean in hot water and highly hygienic due to its seamless design.
The 2-pack pacifiers come in brand new packaging which is a completely eco-friendly and 100% certified compostable pouch. It’s made from sustainable kraft paper and other biodegradable materials and makes gentle green fingerprints on our planet! With the sealed closure, it can be used for storage of the pacifiers when not in use.
Comes in size 3+ orthodontic shaped teat/nipple.
Benefits for you and your baby:
- 100% natural rubber latex – soft and gentle on baby’s face and mouth
- People and planet friendly production
- Uniquely designed ventilation holes - the standard is 2 holes, Hevea have 4.
- Hygienic design, cast in one piece with no joints, cracks or edges – this eliminates bacteria that could otherwise lurk in cracks.
- Made of 100% natural rubber, no PVC, no colours, and no risk of water leakage.
- The ergonomically butterfly shape gives space for nose and chin
- Prevents vacuum around the mouth and doesn't leave marks
- Sustainably produced (see below)
- Recycled and biodegradable packaging materials - the stylish packaging is made from FSC certified paper and is ideal for gifting
- No PVC, BPA, phthalates and artificial colours
- Meets EU standard EN1400, US regulations CPSIA & AUS regulation AS 2432-1991
… just 100% natural rubber from the Hevea Brasisliensis tree. The name "Hevea" originates from the Latin name for a genus of rubber trees, Hevea Brasiliensis.
Hevea pacifiers are different from all other pacifiers because they are produced sustainably. Hevea gives you the opportunity to give only the best to your child while at the same time taking care of the environment.
Hevea pacifiers and teethers are made of 100% natural rubber, which is a natural sap coming from the rubber tree. As it is a natural material, it can vary in colour and shape. Also as it is biodegradable, it needs to stay of out sunlight and moist environments to prolong its lifespan. This also means that it doesn’t always have the same colour and it doesn’t last forever - as with organic apples, no two look the same – that's the beauty of being natural!!! Natural rubber can be broken down physically and/or chemically by microorganisms.
Do not leave a soother in direct sunlight or near a source of heat, or leave in disinfectant (“”sterilising solution””) for longer than recommended, as this may weaken the teat. In the event that the soother becomes lodged in the mouth, DO NOT PANIC; it cannot be swallowed and is designed to cope with such an event. Remove from the mouth with care, as gently as possible. Do not attach to any part of the pacifier/soother (i.e around the ring, plug or through the ventilation holes) pins, ribbons or string as these can be dangerous.
Do not tie the pacifier/soother tightly to strings, straps, tapes or similar things in the child’s clothing, as this could risk choking the child
The pacifier/soother is constructed, so that it cannot be swallowed by the child. Check daily that the pacifier/soother is in good condition. This is done by pulling on the various parts of the soother and checking that it is still in good condition. If there are splits or changes in the soother, it should be discarded. For both safety and hygiene reasons, the soother should be discarded after a maximum of two months use.