amber teething necklace

Why they cannot be called Baltic amber teething necklaces or amber teething anklets anymore…

Why we cannot market our amber products as baby amber teething anklets and amber teething necklaces anymore

For many years amber products have been sold throughout the world with the recommendation to use under supervision.

In the absence of a directive to classify and test amber products, they have been classed and tested as toys. As ‘toys’ they contain small parts.

According to EU Toy safety regulations EN-71-1 necklaces are not suitable to use as toys for children under 36 months.

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How many anklets and is it based on weight?

I have seen various comments around the internet that you need a number of anklets based on weight. There is a little confusion there….

We started with two and most of our customers used two.
Those customers then suggested to others that this was the rule and not their own experiences.
It is not a ‘Marketing Ploy’ by us at all, it based on customer experience as shared by customers around parenting groups, not us.

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