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Hevea - Panda Teether

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The Hevea Panda Teether is made of 100% natural rubber. He’s adorable and the perfect texture and shape to relieve teething pain.

Stylishly presented in Hevea’s signature giftbox, and colour coded in forest green to suit both boys and girls. 

Benefits for your baby:

  • 100% natural rubber teether
  • The malleable rubber encourages baby’s natural gnawing action
  • Free from phthalates, colours, PVC & EVAtane, silicone & BPA
  • Gentle textured surface for soothing and massaging irritated gums
  • Easy to grip
  • Hygienic, one-piece design prevents bacteria accumulating in cracks and joints
  • Packaging is made from recycled and biodegradable materials printed in soy ink
  • Sustainably produced

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 teethers are different from all other teethers 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.


Awards:

  • Gold medal winner in the Australian Mother & baby award 2012 for 'Teething toy of the year'
  • Bronze winner in the UK LOVED BY PARENTS award 2012 - for Best Ethical Product
  • Winner of the US PTPA award (Parent tested parent approved) March 2011
  • Awarded the highest rating - Sehr gut (very good) in the German Öko-Test magazine October 2011
  • Finalist in the UK Practical Parenting Award September 2011