8 of the best teething products in Australia

The new generation of teething toys are more than just something for bub to chew on - they stimulate and entertain too!
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As the name suggests, teething toys have a dual purpose – they are something for baby to chew on when gums are sore, but they can also entertain.

And when even a toy won’t distract for the pain, there are also natural and tasty gels to ease sore gums.

At Bounty, we have selected our favourite teething products.

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Bounty Baby Award Winners – Best Teething Product 2019

The winning baby products in Bounty’s 2019 Baby Awards have all been exhaustively tried, tested and voted on by real mums, bubs and Bounty’s expert panel.

Products were put through their paces over a period of six months in three different settings: at home in real-life situations, in a retail environment and online. The products submitted were assessed on quality, value for money, user-friendliness and innovation.

READ NEXT: All of the 2018 Award Winners.

The winners of the Best Teething Product 2019 are:

GOLD: Sophie la girafe

SILVER: Pigeon Training Teether Step 1

BRONZE: Jack and Jill Teething Gel

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8 Best Teething Products in Australia

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Sophie The Giraffe

Sophie The Giraffe, $39.95. Sophie the Giraffe Teether is the only 100 percent natural rubber and food paint teething toy in the world. There are many secrets behind Sophie la girafe® that make it one of the world’s best 100 percent natural teether toys with a devoted following!

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Pigeon Training Teether Step 1

Pigeon Training Teether Step 1, $12.49. Pigeon’s uniquely thin Step 1 teether encourages baby to close their lips and chew. Its soft material, vent holes and no detachable parts ensure it is completely safe.

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Jack and Jill Teething Gel

Jack and Jill Teething Gel, $12.95. Jack N’ Jill Teething Gel can temporarily relieve the symptoms that can be associated with teething like irritability and sore gums.

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Mizzie the Kangaroo

Mizzie the Kangaroo, $27.95: Australia’s Original Natural Teething Toy, Mizzie The Kangaroo Teethe and Squeeze toy is made of 100 percent natural rubber – it’s safe, non-toxic, and very fun for bug. This award winning teether designed by Aussie parents not only has lots of bits for bub to safely chew on, it also develops babies’ sense of touch, sight, hearing and smell!

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The Mibblers

The Mibblers, $24.95. Perfect for playtime and teething, the fun Mibblers will help spark your little one’s imagination with its bold designs. Made from 100 percent natural rubber, these cute teething toys are safe from nasty chemicals and are easy to clean.

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Bloom & Grow Gummee Glove

Bloom & Grow Gummee Glove, $29.95, is a heart-shaped mitten designed for bub’s aged 3-6 months.

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Malarkey Munch Mitt Teething Mitten

Malarkey Munch Mitt Teething Mitten, $19.95. The world’s first silicone teething mitt, the munch mitt, is a wearable teething toy for infants who cannot grasp or hold a standard teether.

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Lamaze Chewy Ears Bunny

Lamaze Chewy Ears Bunny, $9.95. Bella Bunny Ears does more than just help with teething! This friendly Bunny has a soft plush body with multiple textures, bright colours and fun sounds to stimulate all the senses. Large, textured teether ears are great for chewing. The easy on-the-go link lets you clip to strollers, carriers and nappy bags.

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