Safety of our necklaces & bangles is a massive priority for us & it’s important that our customers read our safety information & guidelines to ensure that our jewellery is used & cared for properly.
Our products tested with the manufacturer, we also safety test batches here in the UK too with a reputable safety testing company.
Our beads & bangles are tested to meet the Europe-wide children’s toy safety standard EN71 (Parts 1,2 & 3). These test for mechanical & physical properties, flammability & specification for migration of certain elements (i.e. composition). They also meet the relevant regulations in Australia & New Zealand (ASNZS ISO), US (ASTM F963-11 / CPSC) & Canada (CCPSA).
Beads & bangles are made from high-quality food grade silicone; a material commonly used in teething products as it’s odourless, tasteless & will not support the growth of bacteria or mould. They are non-toxic; free from BPA, PVC, phthalate, latex, cadmium, lead & heavy metals & have been approved by the FDA (US Food & Drug Administration).
Each Lara & Ollie necklace features a nylon cord & a breakaway safety clasp, neither of which are designed to be chewed.
We recommend that you inspect your Lara & Ollie teething jewellery before use & regularly check the bangles, beads, cord & clasp for any defects to ensure they continue to be safe. If the beads or clasp become detached from the necklace they may become a choke hazard. Should there be any problems or defects you should immediately stop wearing/using them & contact us immediately.
We recommend giving the jewellery a quick wash in warm soapy water before wearing them. They should be stored out of the reach of children.
The jewellery is NOT a toy. They should be worn by adults only & should NEVER be worn by, or left unattended with babies or children. Adult supervision is always required.
We disclaim, so far as is legally possible, all liability for any damage, loss, injury, claims, costs, expenses, professional fees and any other liability resulting out of the improper use of a teething necklace and bangle and/or the failure to properly supervise any baby or child.