18 August 2015

Review: Nibbling Jewellery

When your baby starts to get older and a bit more mobile, there tends to be a lot of grabbing, pinching and chewing on things they just shouldn't be. This normally includes your lovely jewellery and necklaces seem to be one of the main points of focus. They're just too tempting for little hands and before you know it your lovely necklace will be in pieces or worse, it could end up in your babies mouth as a choking risk! So when Nibbling got in touch to see if I'd like to try their lovely baby safe jewellery for stylish mums I happily agreed.

Here's a quick bit about Nibbling first: "Nibbling is a London based company, owned by Canadian born entrepreneur and fashion designer Emily Sunderland Sutter. Emily is a dedicated mum, blessed with three beautiful children, all of which are under four years old. Her own inner child is an artist and she holds a degree in fine arts from Canada and attended College LaSalle Montreal and Central Saint Martin. After a stint in the fashion world as a designer and merchandiser, she has now turned her energy to her bliss, children and jewellery. Nibbling designs are playful, versatile and colourful – a reflection of Emily’s personality and creative background."

So Nibbling provide beautiful baby safe jewellery for mums to wear without the fear of them getting ruined or baby hurting themselves. Nibbling do a wide range of fantastic pieces from necklaces, bracelets, teethers, dummy clips and even Mini's so your little girl (or boy) can be just like you. The Nibbling range is made with 100% food grade silicone, which is very similar to dummy's and baby bottles, so is soft enough for baby to chew without hurting their gums.

I received a gorgeous blue Primrose style necklace to review from Nibbling and it really was love at first sight. The first thing I noticed was the colour of the necklace and how vibrant and playful it seemed. Then I noticed the cute detail of the packaging, it's perfect and well thought out - a little handbag shaped popper bag for somewhere to store your necklace when not wearing. Lastly I was delighted with how easy this necklace is to pop on. I literally throw it over my head in a rush each morning however it does have a little break away clasp that you can also use. Another thing I was quite pleased about was that included with this necklace was a hand written note from Emily herself. It's so nice to see things like that from companies these days.

What does Harlow think? I hear you say, well she loves it just as much as I do. When I'm wearing it it's the first thing she grabs instead of my hair, hurray! When I'm breastfeeding her it's something she can hold onto and pinch instead of my delicate boob skin. What makes it even better is that the silicone Nibbling use is non toxic and free from: BPA, Phthalates, heavy metals such as Lead and Arsenic, and all necklaces have a breakaway clasp for added safety. Harlow's never managed to pull this necklace from my neck though, no matter how hard she tries. Nibbling necklaces are also tested at independent labs in the US and EU and meet or exceed product safety standards.

These necklaces are good for mum as well as baby as there's just such a wide variety to choose from. They're all very eye catching and fashionable so add that little something extra to your outfit. One thing I did notice was that after Harlow had been chewing and slavering all over the necklace for a while a little bit of dye came out. I think it may have been from the string rather than the silicone. It's nothing major and didn't stain clothing or anything but it was just something I noticed. Maybe after I give it a little wash this won't happen. Speak of washing Nibbling necklaces and bracelets are easily cleaned with normal dish soap & water. It's good to know they are also heat-resistant; safe for the dishwasher, microwave & freezer. I love the freezer idea especially when you have a teething baby on your hands.

The blue Primrose necklace I received costs £24 to buy however some necklaces cost as little as £16 to purchase with bracelets only £12. It's all very affordable and will have you buying lots of different colours and styles for various outfits.

Overall fabulous jewellery which is safe for baby and doesn't irritate mums skin either. Pricing is very reasonable for what you get and these pieces really are fun to wear. I'd definitely recommend to family and friends.

Mummy's rating - 9/10
Harlow's rating - 10/10

Please visit www.nibbling.co.uk for more products and information. You can also see what Nibbling get up to on Facebook and Twitter so why not pop over and say hello.

I was sent the blue Primrose necklace in return for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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6 comments on "Review: Nibbling Jewellery"

Colette on 19 August 2015 at 15:23 said...

Such a pretty necklace! Amy is pretty much passed the point of needing to chew my jewellery but that doesn't stop her giving it a good old yank at times meaning I still prefer to wear baby safe where possible!
Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x

Jenny on 23 August 2015 at 20:53 said...

A gorgeous necklace, love the colour! Both my boys like to bite at the moment, O does it out of stress I think and A is teething about 6 teeth at the moment. Such gorgeous photos, love Harlow's grin in the one of you both together! :) x

The Breastest News on 23 August 2015 at 21:00 said...

Colette B - That's good that you still wear yours, means you're getting good use out of it. Harlow's chewing everything at the moment, it's painful when she gets my hair though @_@ x

The Breastest News on 23 August 2015 at 21:01 said...

Jenny - Thanks Jenny, I'd def recommend these necklaces. I love mine. Aw poor O, my son does this sometimes so he has a chew necklace for older kids. He bites through them though so we've had about 6 so far! Poor A too, 6 teeth - ouch! x

Jenni on 27 August 2015 at 12:19 said...

This looks great, and I can imagine it would be great for when they are teething! We have had some great teething necklaces over the last year or so and these really do look great

The Breastest News on 27 August 2015 at 15:08 said...

Odd Socks and Lollipops - they're fab necklaces and Harlow loves chewing on the one I received. I wear it all the time now :)

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