Win a Babe-Eeze teething bib

2016-10-06 06:00
Babe-Eeze extended its range of teething products for babies and added a cute range of practical, fun, silicone teething bibs.                                      Photo: SUPPLIED

Babe-Eeze extended its range of teething products for babies and added a cute range of practical, fun, silicone teething bibs. Photo: SUPPLIED

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BABE-EEZE extended its range of teething products for babies and added a cute range of practical, fun, silicone teething bibs.

Babies who are teething need something to chew on and the Babe-Eeze teething bibs are just the thing. Babies can chew on the non-toxic, silicone end of a bib while it also keeps their chest dry. The bibs are reversible with clever adjustable snap technology and each bib has a double snap button at the back of the neck to accommodate little necks as they grow.

Babe-Eeze silicone teething bibs are stylish and available in pink or blue with bright, cute prints on soft cotton fabric with a plain backing. When they become grubby, they can easily be reversed.

They are soft and comfortable and won’t hamper baby’s sleep pattern either. These bibs don’t need any special care and can be tossed into the washing machine along with the general wash. They dry quickly and are ready for use in no time at all.

These dual purpose bibs are suitable for all teething babies.

  • All Babe-Eeze products are free of BPA, PVC, Phthalates, cadmium and lead. Babe-Eeze silicone teething bibs are available from Dis-Chem and select Pharmacies for around R149 each.

WIN! WIN! WIN!

Two Kouga Express readers stand the chance to win a Babe-Eeze hamper, containing two bibs and two silicone necklaces valued at R450 each.

To enter, look for the Babe-Eeze photo on our Facebook Page (Kouga Express Newspaper) and type your email address in the comment section.

The competition closes at noon on October 20.

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