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Take the pain out of teething

 
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Take the pain out of teething

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As your baby or toddler’s milk teeth start to grow from around 6 months old, this is the beginning of a rather uncomfortable time for them - and for you. The discomfort of new teeth pushing through the gums can be distressing, making them irritable and restless. Peaceful sleep can also be a thing of the past, while red and swollen gums around the new teeth make feeding difficult.

Now, you can relieve baby’s painful gums as well as calm your family’s frayed nerves with Teejel, an effective and trusted remedy for baby’s aching gums. Teejel contains a powerful painkiller and a soothing antiseptic that babies welcome and moms can depend on for rapid relief and effective healing. You can also give baby a cold, hard object like a teething ring or even a raw carrot to help relieve the discomfort of teething. 

Trusted by mothers and demanded by babies, Teejel takes the pain out of teething.



  S0  Teejel® Gel. A34. Each 1 g contains choline salicylate 87,1 mg; cetalkonium chloride 0,1 mg alcohol 36,05 % m/m. Ref. No. G2805 (Act 101/1965). Under license from Mundipharma AG, Switzerland. Further information available on request. ZA.09.PAI.288    06/2009   Exp. 07/2011.  
Adcock Ingram Limited. Reg. No. 1949/034385/06. Private bag X69, Bryanston, 2021. Tel. 011 635 0000 





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