Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Amber Artisan Teething Necklace Review and Giveaway-ends 1/16

Do you have an uncomfortable teething baby on your hands?  If so, then you are going to love this review and giveaway.  Lithuanian Amber Artisans delicately and lovingly hand polished this teething necklace made from ancient, 45 million year old Baltic amber that has been shown to time and time again relieve the symptoms of teething in our little ones.


Amber Artisan's Baltic amber teething necklaces and bracelets are made from all natural amber.  Baltic amber is said to be associated with sunlight and warmth therefore producing a calming effect to those who adorn it.  It also contains analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties which works well with your child's body in reducing the discomfort associated with teething.  The Baltic amber necklace is a great alternative to soothe a teething child then over the counter drugs.  To learn more about Baltic amber's healing properties, go here.


I was so thrilled to do this review because not only have I heard how wonderful and effective this necklace is for teething babies but I also had a teething child on my own hands to try it out.  My son Jude began wearing Amber Artisan's Baltic amber teething necklace when I noticed he was about to begin teething his very first tooth.  He wore it throughout the week he teethed his two bottom teeth and we were happy to say the necklace definitely had a calming effect on our little boy.  He showed increased discomfort only one night, which was the night his first tooth emerged.  After his two bottom teeth were out, we removed the necklace for about a month.  

Then this past week, Jude grew fussy again but since our family was fighting off a stomach flu, I was convinced it had to be the flu irritating him.  Then one evening I just happened to catch a glimpse of the top of his mouth and noticed he has two more teeth creeping their way out so I put Amber Artisan's amber teething necklace back on.  He has worn it every day and night for the past three days and hasn't shown any more signs of discomfort.  The teeth have yet to emerge but are quite close.  I am so pleased that we have not needed to give little Jude any medicine to ease any pain or discomfort associated with teething. 

I do believe this beautifully made and hand crafted necklace has had an effect on our 10 month old and we are very satisfied with the product.  The necklace is the perfect size in that it's not long enough to be of any concern but something Jude can easily and comfortably wear throughout his teething experience.  Amber Artisan's teething necklace is a must have for those of you looking for a safer alternative in dealing with pain associated with teething.  And as a bonus, they look adorable wearing it!


I want to thank Amber Artisans for the opportunity to do this beautiful review of their teething necklace.  From my entire family, and especially from our little Jude, we thank you.

Buy it:
You can purchase Amber Artisan's teething necklace or any of their other products directly from their web site here.  The teething necklaces come in two sizes and cost approximately $23.

Win it:
Amber Artisans is giving away a teething necklace to one lucky reader of The Curious Case of Mommyhood!  The winner can choose any style, color and size they prefer.  Open worldwide.

To Enter:
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Subscribe to my blog (located on the left side of my home page) and tell me another safe alternative for relieving the pain of teething.  This is MANDATORY to enter the giveaway.

You also have the opportunity for additional entries (one each) if you do any of the following:
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  • tell me what you currently use or have used in the past for teething
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  • tell me a product you like of Amber Artisans
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Again, please be sure to leave your email address with each entry.
You have until January 16th at midnight to enter.
Good luck to you all,

Mommy Bridget 

Amber Artisan's teething necklace was provided to me by Amber Artisans for review.  All opinions on the products are purely my own (please see my disclosure on my "Reviews" page for more information).  

76 comments:

  1. You know those teeny-tiny little baby socks that your newborn outgrows within seconds of birth? I saved ours. When teething time came around, I popped an ice cube into a clean newborn sock, then put the second sock of the pair over that, covering both openings. Handed it over to my little guy and he went nuts chewing and drooling all over it. The socks protected his hands from getting too cold and helped soak up the water from the melting cube.
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  4. I love the Dark Green Beans Teething Necklace (14-15")
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  6. My son isn't teething yet at 7 months but I have heard that a frozen washcloth is a great way to ease teething pains. You just wet a small washcloth, ring it out so it is damp, roll it up like a burrito and store in your freezer until needed. I have some stored in my freezer waiting to go!
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  9. I love the round cherry amber beads teething necklace.

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  10. I would love to try this as nothing else I've tried is working! Annette.Kosowska@gmail.com

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  13. I've tried teethling tablets with my first daughter, now with my second child they no longer sale them.

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  16. Oh, and we used frozen peas to help with teething. mckansa at gmail dot com

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  17. I subscribe to your blog. Another safe way to relieve teething pain is a teething necklace that they could chew on (like teething bling or perhaps a necklace made of wood that is safe to chew on). There are also lots of cute wooden teething toys that are handmade on etsy and I really like the wooden rings that have an piece or terry-like material attached to them to chew on (that's what I used for my son and he liked all the different surfaces)

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  20. I like the Amber healing necklace-combination polished and raw amber made from polished and raw lemon Baltic amber beads from Amber Artisans.

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  22. I have teething rings but my son mostly just loves his hands! :) I know that you should avoid the old baby orajel.
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  25. Another item i've used for teething is the gel teething keys
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  26. product i like is this one: Amber healing necklace-combination polished and raw amber
    love the color!
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  27. at amber artisans, they polish all the necklaces by hand and the products are 100% natural Baltic Amber
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  28. I would love to try this!
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  29. Currently use teething gel, looking for more options!
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  30. I suscribed to the blog. Another way to help teething pain is mouth and face massage.
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  33. For teething I have used massage, frozen washcloths, a clean finger and baby toothbrush.

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  34. I love the Amber teething necklace-CHERRY beans in 12-13'

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  36. Amber Artisans has necklaces and bracelets for men, women and children! :)

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  37. I shared the giveaway on FB

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  38. I subscribe to your blog -- we used the frozen wash towel and later frozen fruit (in the mesh bags designed just for this) for my daughter. ngiraldi at gmail dot com

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  41. I like the Baltic Amber the natural teething choice for mother and child they offer. ngiraldi at gmail dot com

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  43. They also offer beautiful Nursing amber necklaces. ngiraldi at gmail dot com

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  44. I subscribe as flutterbyenature(at)yahoo(dot)ca
    I have used cold washcloths as a safe teething soother

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  45. I have used wooden teething toys for my little guy

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  47. I like the Amber Artisans
    Amber necklace-overlapping Baltic amber pieces
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  48. I subscribe via email!
    I have tried other remedies, but none work as well as an amber necklace! (I accidentally broke ours, so I need another!) But the one that works the next best is putting a wet washcloth in the freezer and letting my little ones suck on it.

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  49. I currently use ibuprofen at bedtime when in a pinch (like now, when my amber necklace is broken) But I really, really, don't like using it!

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  51. I like Amber Artisan's Amber Mums n Bubs matching necklace set from Lithuania

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  54. We have used a baby toothbrush and Teething Bling. Both just provide temporary relief!

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  57. We currently use Hyland's Teething tablets.

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  59. I love the nursing amber necklaces!

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  60. we always used carrots of stuff that have been in the fridge, my 6 year old loved them when he was baby, would love to try this necklace, i just had a baby, hes 5 wks old
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  64. I subscribe to your blog. As email pamelajmcbride(at)gmail(dot)com. I am looking into getting a teething necklace like a ring for me to wear.
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  65. I'm a GFC follower (I think. It is giving me problems. I have added you to my Google reader. Pam McBride {pamelajmcbride(at)gmail(dot)com})
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  66. I have used teething gel and tabs
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  68. I like the look of the tri colored raw amber teething necklace
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  71. I like the fact that someone started a company that recognized that something natural works. And not always going toward pharmacy or man made.
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  72. I love your blog! I've heard so much about these amber necklaces. I am very curious about it, especially because I also read it can help other ailments such as rashes or even digestive disorders.

    I have to say that I also found out that Catnip tea is quite good to ease teething! It's an herbal sedative which relieves stress, sooths the nerves and it also brings down fevers and pain caused by teething.

    http://www.therighttea.com/catnip-tea.html

    Has anyone ever tried it?

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  73. I know I missed the giveaway by a long shot, but I just had to comment on how much I love amber for teething!! We've used the baltic amber teething bracelets on our kids, and they are amazing! It makes me so happy to be able to give my kids pain relief without having to use drugs! #winning

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  74. Wow!!!! This blog provides the amazing review related to the amber jewelry for many times I am finding this type of solution for avoiding my baby teething pain so thanks for sharing this wonderful information with us.....amber bracelets

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  75. Thanks to the artisans who make it even lovelier by creating the beautiful amber necklace for babies and adult.

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