Baby Proof Jewellery For Teething Babies – Competition

If you have a teething Monster then take a peek at Gumigem, a wide ranging line of award winning, baby proof, jewellery designed to look amazing but with your teething monster in mind.

Whilst on maternity leave back in 2010 Gumigem’s creator Jenny McLaughlan realised that mini monsters love to grab, pull and chew on jewellery and with this in mind created a lovey jewellery collection that is not only safe for chewing on but  super stylish too.

The funky jewellery is made from silicone ensuring that it is both soft and flexible whilst being BPA, PVC, Lead, Latex and Phthalate free ensuring both its safety and longevity .

The current Gumigem  range includes:

Bangles & Bracelets from £8.50

A range of pendants from £10

A range of necklaces from £15.95

Bespoke necklaces from £16.95

A full price list is available on and postage and package is just £1.95.


So if this pretty yet practical jewellery sounds like something that you could do with for your teething monster then you’ll be happy to know that the lovely people at Gumigen have given me one Pepper raindrop pendant  (RRP £14.45) and one squash Bermuda bangle (RRP £10.45)  to give away to one lucky reader.









To enter all you have to do is complete the Rafflecopter form below and don’t forget to leave me a comment telling me your best teething tip.


Good Luck




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49 thoughts on “Baby Proof Jewellery For Teething Babies – Competition

  1. anna says:

    I found bonjela quite good, and also tried the amber necklaces but hard to say whether they really worked or just a placebo – i think they did???

  2. karen robertson says:

    teething rings chilled from the fridge

  3. Henry Macaulay says:

    Anbesol plus Teetha granules works wonders for me oh and eating wooden furniture :-). Henry 13 months

  4. sam ransom says:

    Thankfully my son has never really suffered when teething, but the best things ive used have been teething power with a bit of teething gel.

  5. lucinda duxbury says:

    teething gel, chilled teething rings and lovely soothing slices of melon

  6. Jane Brown says:

    We found Bonjela useful.

  7. Jemma Smith says:

    cold bits of fruit from the fridge
    healthy and cooling

  8. Linda Williams says:

    Bongela & a chilled teething ring

  9. Preety Roberts says:

    Weleda teething powder and ice cream.

  10. Carolin says:

    Always remember that it won’t last forever ;)

  11. Tracy Nixon says:

    Teething rings/items – pop in the fridge!

  12. Wendy Collard says:

    Along with teething rings etc, when they don’t want to use them I found distraction to be my best technique. Get them involved in wanting to play something else, amuse them and they forget the pain for a while

  13. Jo welsh says:

    I used Ashton and Parsons powder which worked with my girls

  14. Ann-Marie says:

    Cold cucumber from the fridge! Or teething rings that have been in the fridge. Also the learning links r good for chewing on!

  15. Ann-Marie says:

    Calgel, teething powder and carpool if really bad!

  16. laura banks says:

    teething ring chilled in the fridge

  17. Cat Williams says:


  18. Dee Johnson says:

    I used to give my kids a cold spoon but that was years ago. Someone told me to do that and i always worried that they would hurt themselves on it but they never did. I was always there, never left them alone with it but if it was cold enough it would cool the gums down. Bless, teething is awful for them. I know what its like to have toothache it must be pretty similar.

  19. having lots of safe chewable objects around really helped – little rubbery toys :)

  20. Andy D says:

    Cold Cucumber works

  21. Hannah Oneill says:

    Bonjela is great!

  22. Kara Beal says:

    Lemon juice works just as well as bonjela

  23. Zoe Whyman says:

    Teething pegs ! (toothiepegs here in the UK they used to be called)

  24. shane weir says:

    Cold Cucumber works

  25. Sarah Smith says:

    Amber teething necklace – brilliant, love them

  26. Julie Picton says:

    Cold carrots

  27. Charley Foulds says:

    to bite daddys finger not mine !

  28. Nicole says:

    Bickiepegs are good

  29. jane greenfield says:

    anbesol its brilliant

  30. justine meyer says:

    Ice pops my kids loved them

  31. We used the calgel – Georgie seemed to like the flavour better than bonjela! Other than that, distraction proved the best thing during the daytime!

  32. sarah lambert says:

    Teething powders have always been a life saver for our house :) X

  33. Solange says:

    Wet a washcloth, wring out most of the water. Stick it in the freezer for at least 30 minutes. Take it out and give it to your baby.They will love it! The texture of the washcloth and the cold with help soothe their gums.

  34. kim plant says:

    I always put bonjella on there dummies x

  35. I don’t have any tips as this is my first baby. I usually just let him chew on my fingers (washed, of course)

  36. My little boy used to love ice cream! He now loves to chew his snuggly penguin!

  37. caroline kelly says:

    everything from gel to ibuprofen whatever works for your baby n gives you some sleep

  38. Sarah P says:

    Lots and lots of bibs for all the dribbling that comes with teething

  39. Viv Gilbey says:

    Nelsons teething powders have so far been fab!

  40. leanne newsome says:

    Boil some water, freeze it into ice cubes and put them into a Nuby feeding net to soothe teething gums

  41. Amy Ripley says:

    Freezing carrots in the freezer!

  42. jen louise jackson says:

    Bicciepegs – i dont know what i would do without them

  43. Pt teething toys in the freezer for 30 minutes before you give them to your little on to soothe their gums

  44. Paula Phillips says:

    I used lots of things, calpol, teething gel, powders, bikipegs, teething toys that went in the fridge, they all helped in their own way.

  45. jayne underwood says:

    a teething ring chilled in the fridge x

  46. Kevin Dooley says:

    Bonjela and teething toys is all I can think of.

  47. Lindsey Jones says:

    The teething rings you can put in the freezer were a god send for me

  48. says:

    Teething beads

  49. Danielle Graves says:

    Nelsons teetha granules have been a life saver for us. Also I really recommend Munchkin Teething Balls they are about £3.50 from Tesco, look weird but my little boy loves his and it really helps hand eye co-ordination. If your baby is weaned you can give cold carrot sticks to gnaw on too.

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