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CaldeBaby Teething Gel
- Published on Wednesday, 02 April 2014 13:47
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Parents of Teething Babies: Smile – CaldeBaby Teething Gel Launches!
Dont be afraid of those little teeth arriving with CaldeBaby Teething Gel
Whilst the first tooth in your baby’s smile is the cutest thing, when a baby cuts its first teeth it often means a hard time for baby and parents alike. With teething sometimes making baby more restless, crotchety, cry more and perhaps all a bit sleep deprived. But babies and parents can now rest easy as ClonMedica launches new CaldeBaby Teething Gel, promising to ease the discomfort that comes with the arrival of milk teeth.
The Irish healthcare provider who specialises in women’s and baby’s healthcare has added CaldeBaby Teething Gel to their product range for baby’s healthcare. CaldeBaby Teething Gel cools and soothes babies’ gums and provides gentle care of baby’s mouth.
Kelley Treanor, Brand Manager for CaldeBaby Teething Gel said of the launch, “I am delighted to include CaldeBaby Teething Gel in ClonMedica’s range for infant healthcare. This allows us to further expand what we can offer to mums and their babies and continue “Looking after you and yours”
CaldeBaby Teething Gel cools and soothes baby’s gums and provides gentle care for teething babies. CaldeBaby Teething Gel allows you to help your baby by massaging your baby’s gums two to three times a day with the teething gel. Sugar free, CaldeBaby Teething Gel contains camomile and has a pleasant honey flavour.
By gently massaging CaldeBaby Teething Gel into your baby’s gums, CaldeBaby effectively soothes and provides gentle care of your baby’s mouth. You simply use a pea-sized amount of gel and apply onto the gum either with a clean finger or a cotton bud and the best times for use of CaldeBaby Teething Gel are after meals and before sleeping. Always read the label and package leaflet before use.
CaldeBaby Teething Gel is available in all good pharmacies and RRP €3.99.
Travel Pops from Caldekids
- Published on Wednesday, 06 November 2013 13:36
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Take the Discomfort Out of Travelling for Kids With Travel Pops from CaldekidsTravel Pops settles the tummy during travel – helping to ensure a trouble free journey! Unsettled tummies can spoil any journey and often the best answer is simply to stop and get off! That isn’t always possible though so fortunately CaldeKids are launching a fantastic product for all young travellers ‘Travel Pops’. Travel Pops come in the form of a tasty apple flavoured lollipop that contains two natural extracts which have a positive effect on the digestive system. Unsettled tummies can happen from any kind of movement — even movement that you are anticipating. People tend to get unsettled tummies on a moving boat, train, airplane or car. It usually stops as soon as the motion stops. With healthy ginger extracts, CaldeKids Travel Pops help settle little tummies during travel partnered with Peppermint extract that regulates digestion, together, they promise a smooth journey for young travellers. CaldeKids advises that you ensure your child takes Travel Pops approximately 30 minutes before travelling. Kelley Treanor, Brand Manager, ClonMedica said of the new addition to the CaldeKids product range “CaldeKids are delighted to add Travel Pops to our range as they are a unique way of settling children’s tummies during travel. By taking just 30 minutes before travel they will help to settle your little ones tummies. An unsettled stomach happens when the body, the inner ear, and the eyes send conflicting signals to the brain. This most often happens when you are in a car, boat, or airplane. From inside a ship’s cabin, your inner ear may sense rolling motions that your eyes cannot see. On the other hand, your eyes may see movement on a “virtual reality” ride that your body does not feel.
There are several ways you can try to prevent children experiencing unsettled tummies:
- Get them to keep their eyes on the horizon.
- Don’t let them read.
- Get them to rest their head against the seat back, to keep it still.
- Turn the air vents toward their face if possible.
If your child suffers from motion sickness on a plane, try these tips:
- Ensure they avoid big, greasy meals the night before air travel.
- Ensure they eat light meals or snacks that are low in calories in the 24 hours before air travel.
- Have them avoid salty foods and dairy products before they travel.
- Seat them toward the front of the aircraft or in a seat over the wing.
- Turn the air vent flow toward their face.
When travelling on a boat, try these tips:
- Ask for a cabin on the upper deck or toward the front of the ship.
- When on deck, get your child to keep their eyes fixed on the horizon or land.