Chewbeads 100% silicone teething jewelry. Inspired by babies, worn by moms.
Designed by a fashionable mama who noticed her son loved to put everything in his mouth, Chewbeads are a fun way to add style to your look that is safe for baby!
- Beads are made with 100% silicone (similar to pacifiers & bottle nipples)
- Soft on babies gums and emerging teeth
- Easily cleaned with dish soap & water, also dishwasher safe!
- No BPA, PVC, Phthalates, Cadmium, or Lead
- Necklaces have a breakaway clasp for added safety
- Necklaces are a great sensory tool to help your baby focus while nursing
- Bracelets are a colorful reminder of which side you've just nursed
what parents are saying
Our daughter loves her Chewbeads necklace and bracelet! We love that we can run them through the dishwasher. (Jul 28, 2014)
This silicone teething toy is cleverly disguised as a cute, chunky necklace for mom. Whether you wear it around your neck or clip it to the side of the car seat or stroller, a teether that won’t fall to the ground is a real winner even if it does, it’s dishwasher safe, so easy to sanitize. You can choose a style that fits your look because these beads are available in a variety of bright colors and shapes. Earlier versions sometimes snagged on long hair, but the company has since updated the design to avoid that.
I like these for when baby is in the front carrier but hate it when he's anywhere else. When he yanks, it pulls all of my hair with it. Should have gone with the half-strand instead of the full.
Jun 18, 2018
Thought my son would love since he was into my other necklaces but he just didn't care for it. Quality seemed good, just disappointed my son didn't care for it and it's not a necklace i reach for.
Dec 23, 2015
A must have for anyone with a teething baby. I love that it gives them something safe to grab onto and put into their mouths. Especially like that it can pass as a real necklace and is easy to clean
Nov 28, 2015
These are great for keeping a little one occupied while teething and are the *best* when nursing a distracted baby (and the clasp means you can clip it on the stroller, car seat, carrier, etc.)
Jun 06, 2015