Mizzie The Kangaroo Named as One of the Best Baby Teething Toy 2022 According to Expert Reviews UK

Mizzie The Kangaroo Natural Teething toy

 **Below Article Is Reposted by The Evening Standard & Was Not Written By The Mizzie Team**

Baby teething toys are amazing tools that can both soothe and entertain your little ones – here are some of the best

Babies' teeth usually start to appear around six months with gnawing, drooling and irritability all being tell-tell signs. For some babies, the appearance of pearly whites causes them no problems, while others seem to suffer with every single tooth. Luckily, the best baby teething toys can help.

You’ll often notice that your baby will want to chew on everything while they’re teething, and one of the ways you can help them is with a teething toy. The chewing and gnawing action help to reduce the discomfort in a baby’s gums while distracting them with fun colours, comforting textures, and playful designs.

There is a wide range of teething toys available on the market, from textured rings that you can pop in the fridge to larger toys made from natural rubber that are easy for baby to hold, and some that even come with sound effects. We’ve selected some of the best baby teething toys on the market to help you find the right one for your little one.

7. Mizzie the Kangaroo: The best teething toy for older babies

Price: £15 | Buy now from John Lewis

Mizzie The Kangaroo

For the most enthusiastic of chewers, we don’t think you can go wrong with

Mizzie the Kangaroo. In a slightly larger size than many teethers, this 100% natural rubber toy is designed to soothe sore gums while also aiding baby’s sensory development with its bright orange colour, soft texture and squeaky sound. One of the elements that we also loved about this toy is its high standard of testing that meets safety standards in Australia, New Zealand, the US and Europe. This also ensures it’s free from PVC, BPA, nitrosamines, and phthalates.

Key specs – Material: Natural rubber; Cleaning: Hand wash only; Usage: Teether

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Written by: Steven Pilkington, Expert Reviews

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