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I am Durga, mother of two kids and a housewife. My elder one is six years old and the younger one is one year old. I really love to be a homemaker because I can spend a lot of time with my family as I love my children a lot and they are my happy space. I live in a joint family with my in-laws.
Now I am going to share my review on the Babyhug silicone brush. It can be independently used by the baby.
Overall I liked the product very much as it’s handy and travel-friendly. It comes with a case and a silicone brush on one side and a tongue cleaner on the other side. There’s a slight issue with the case as it doesn’t close properly, other than that all is good. The silicone quality is really good. It is soft and is helpful for the gums too while they are teething. The case has a small hole which helps the brush to dry easily.
It is easy to brush the teeth with the soft bristles which are flexible as well. The grip for our fingers is good.
I like that the brush comes with a case because ensuring it is protected and germ-free.
I have just one suggestion for the product. If you could improve on the material. The plastic of the case is very thin and can get easily damaged. Also, the lock of the case is difficult to open and close.
Yes, I would recommend the Babyhug Silicone Finger Brush With Case because it’s easy to carry and has soft brittles. Oral hygiene is very important for babies too, as they can’t hold the brush in the early stages. This product would really help every parent, and while brushing they can spend quality time with their baby.
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