This is an excellent way to introduce a simple and effective start towards good oral hygiene. Very easy to use, gentle on gums, non-toxic and BPA free.
Many parents wonder when they should get their baby their first toothbrush Silicon is ideal for young babies as there are no bristles to chew on which can break off and be swallowed. Silicon is strong and safe for young teething babies.
Jack N’ Jill have given you 2 brushes per packet so you can replace the first brush easily and quickly if it has not already worn out in 6 weeks. The brush side is to clean teeth gently and the dimple side is for massaging teething gums, removing residue or milk or foods caught in babies gums and any teeth that have appeared. Always keep your Silicone Finger Brush clean by washing with warm water. It is safe to sterilise and should be stored in a clean container.
There should always be adult supervision when using the Silicone Fingerbrush on a baby/children. – The Silicone Fingerbrush is not a pacifier or teething device and is not designed for chewing.
Discard immediately if torn/damaged to avoid baby swallowing bits.
The Jack & Jill Toothbrush System for Kids Explained
Start with silicon as this is softer on the gums
- STAGE 1 Jack N Jill Silicone Finger Brush 2 Pkt 6 – 18 mths
- STAGE 2 Jack N Jill Silicone Shield Brush 1 Pkt 1 – 3 yrs
- STAGE 3 Jack N Jill Tooth and Gum Brush 2 Pkt 2 – 5 yrs
Baby Toothbrush with nylons bristles and characters can be selected from 3yrs if you are comfortable with your child having nylon bristles
- Bunny Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
- Dinosaur Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
- Koala Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
- Hippo Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
The last stage which can last as long as they love the Buzzy Sound is the Electric Buzzy Brush. Children have to be old enough to understand this cannot be thrown in water and must be turned on and off after use. See full details about this product HERE>