AMBERBEBE Children's Necklace Baltic Amber - Cognac Raw 33cm
The beads on this necklace is made of amber, which is fossilised plant
resin from the Baltic sea. The resin is polished and made into a
necklace. The beads are not stone and quite small in size, making them
Baltic amber has been used for centuries for teething and is renown for
its healing and anti-inflammatory properties. Baltic amber can assist in
soothing red inflamed cheeks and gums, and may help reduce pain,
drooling and irritability which is often associated with teething.
Amber can also help with concentration and the body’s reflexes. It
offers an energy boost and has positive effects for the nervous system
and the heart. Because these little wonders come from nature, they are
also good for the environment, and are a great alternative to synthetic
pain relief medications, reducing exposure to the ingredients contained
in teething gels.
This children's Baltic Amber Necklace is ideal for both boys and girls
to wear. The colour of the amber may vary slightly to photo, usually
they are a mixture of honey, walnut, butterscotch or cognac colour.
Each necklace is hand-crafted by Baltic amber specialists with
generations of experience working with this unique and rare material.
Every Baltic amber necklace features carefully polished and softly
rounded Baltic amber beads, which unlike cheaper amber 'chips', lay
comfortably against baby's skin. This allows maximum skin contact and
gives added comfort to your child.
To safeguard your children's safety, the necklaces feature synthetic
plastic clasps with a screw thread which has been glued into the barrel
of the clasp. These are designed to release if any pressure is applied
to the joint. This is opposed to sterling silver clasps (which are not
used) as they do not release and can be hazardous on children.
Amberbebe is a registered member of The Amber Association in Poland, and
guarantees they only sell genuine and authentic Baltic amber, with a
100% money back return policy.
Please beware of other sellers stating they sell "Baltic amber" yet the
amber may be mined in China, Africa, Australia, India or Tibet, this is
Copal and is not the same as Baltic Amber.