Review: Babyhug Moustache-Shaped Orthodontic Soother with Cover

Review: Babyhug Moustache-Shaped Orthodontic Soother with Cover

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A pacifier can be magic for all new moms. I am sure many moms will agree that a pacifier is the best product to make a baby stop crying. It helps to calm the baby down. My baby is seven months old, and has the habit of sucking his thumb and fingers all the time. I wanted to avoid that, as there are germs that would go into his mouth, and there are chances that due to excessive sucking, my baby might fall sick.

So, I checked a few websites for a pacifier, and the best that I could find was on the website. I have been purchasing from FirstCry since the time my baby was born. I recently bought the Babyhug Moustache Shaped Orthodontic Soother with Cover. It is cute and looks a little funny, as it has a small little moustache.

It is made up of good silicone material, and it is soft while using. It has a cover as well, so I can cover it up post-use, and it would not get dirty. It does not leave a detectable taste or odour. The cute kissable moustache pacifier has a natural orthodontic shape that would help the baby for his oral development.

Many moms might not know, but a pacifier reduces the danger of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). A mom can use a pacifier during the baby’s sleeping time to reduce the risk of SIDS. I use the pacifier while I am travelling with my baby. I have observed that my baby is distracted and happy at that time. The length is also acceptable; I only feel that there should be some more colours and shapes available.

I love this product! It is a good gift for all expecting moms. It is an essential product in a baby bag, and I feel it is a product that has value for money.

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