Chew on this! We’ve got the best options in teethers for your practically perfect baby to get some relief from his sore gums:

1. Vulli Sophie la Giraffe

Magically, every baby seems to love this classic and retro teething toy! This little giraffe is soft, lightweight, and easy for little fingers to hold. And no need to worry what’s going in your baby’s mouth: it’s made from natural rubber with non-toxic coloring. Material is 100% natural rubber and food-quality paint + BPA-free.

2. Nuby Icybite Teether

The teething nubs soothe sore gums and aid with your baby’s emerging teeth. The Nuby Icy Bite Teether is filled with non-toxic purICE gel that stays cooler for longer. Put it in your refrigerator instead of your freezer so the edges don’t become too hard. The teether comes with a removable sleeve that keeps baby hands comfortable.

3. Comotomo Silicone Baby Teether

Your little one will love to chomp on his itty bitty fingers, and there’s probably a good reason for that. Comotomo Silicone Baby Teethers are baby finger-sized and perfectly designed for their little hands to easily grab and hold.


-Multiple grabbing and biting points

-Made of 100% safe medical-grade silicone

-BPA-, PVC-, and Phthalate-free

-Safe in microwaves, boiling water, dishwashers, and sterilizers!

4. Sassy Terry Teethers

This cool new teether made from washcloths is a unique alternative to traditional teethers. Add ice cubes to the terry pocket for a cooling effect on your baby’s inflamed gums.


-Waterproof interior won’t leak

-Texture stimulates gums where teeth are breaking through

-Convenient handle keeps baby’s hands comfortable

-BPA-free and safe for mouthing

-Easy-to-clean pouch

5. ZoLi Bunny Teether 

The Zoli Bunny Teether is the new and safe way for babies to ease their teething discomfort. It’s designed with two tips to soothe the hard to get back molars. Features:

  • Dual soft textured tips to sooth baby’s gums
  • Oval handle for easy grasp
  • BPA, Phthalate, PVC, Nitrosamine, and Latex free
  • Available in green and orange


*Teething Tip*

Teething babies start to drooooool! Read our post on how to survive: Drowning in Baby Drool?