All about teething

All about teething

Today, we're diving into a topic that every parent eagerly awaits – the arrival of those tiny teeth in their baby's mouth. If you're wondering when do babies start teething and how our Teething Tamer can be your secret weapon, read on!

When do babies start teething?

The teething journey varies from baby to baby, but most little ones typically begin teething around six months. This is just a general guideline; some babies may start earlier or later. In rare cases, a few babies are even born with a tooth or two! Nature always keeps us guessing.

Here is a handy baby teething chart guide to indicate when those teeth may start to poke through. 

Tooth eruption chart for baby

Teething signs and symptoms:

  1. Drooling: Increasing saliva production is one of the first signs of teething. Keep those bibs handy! It can coincide with a rash on the cheeks and/or chin.
  2. Red cheeks: Bright red flushed cheeks are a common giveaway.
  3. Rubbing their cheek or pulling the ear: often on the same side as the erupting tooth.
  4. Chewing and biting: Babies love to chew on anything they can get their tiny hands on. Teething toys and rusks can be a lifesaver.
  5. Irritability: Teething can be uncomfortable, making your little one fussier than usual.
  6. Gum sensitivity: Gums may become red, swollen, and sensitive to the touch.
  7. Sleep disturbances: often disrupts sleep patterns.
  8. Looser stools: Increased saliva production can lead to looser bowel motions than usual and, to make matters worse, can contribute to nappy rash. If diarrhoea is severe or prolonged, or you are worried, please see a healthcare professional.
  9. Changed eating patterns: often disrupts eating patterns.
  10. Slight increase in temperature: however, if it jumps over 37-38C, then you may want to see a healthcare professional.

    How can our Teething Tamer help?

    At The Nude Alchemist, as parents, we understand that every parent wants the best for their little ones, including providing relief during teething. Our Teething Tamer is here to soothe your baby naturally, without harsh chemicals or medications.

    1. All-natural ingredients: Our Teething Tamer is crafted with care, using organic natural ingredients, including botanicals known for their soothing and relaxing properties that have been used for centuries. Furthermore, they are not internally consumed, decreasing risk of adverse reaction.
    2. Safe and gentle: The Teething Tamer is aromatherapist-formulated, so rest assured you are in great hands. We take pride in providing gentle products for your baby's delicate body—no harmful chemicals, synthetics or preservatives. 
    3. Easy application: Throw the teething powders and teething gels in the bin – our Teething Tamer is externally applied. Yes, you read that right – no need to stick your finger into that spiky mouth of doom! It takes all the guesswork out of wondering if you have applied it correctly, making the Teething Tamer one of the most convenient teething remedies on the market. 
    4. Peace of mind: When you choose the Teething Tamer, you're choosing a product that is professionally formulated and a brand that cares about your baby's well-being, not just their bottom line.
    5. Parent-approved: Our Teething Tamer has received hundreds of rave reviews from parents who have found teething relief for their little ones.

    Teething is a significant milestone in your baby's life, and we're here to support you every step of the way. With The Nude Alchemist's Teething Tamer, you can provide your baby with natural relief, making the teething journey a bit smoother for both of you.

    Remember, each baby is unique, and while some may breeze through teething, others may need a little extra TLC. With our Teething Tamer in your parenting toolkit, you can confidently navigate this phase, knowing that your baby is in good hands – yours and ours!

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    This blog post is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice.

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