Bottle cleaning


Silicone is a polymer composed mainly of silicon. Silicone is an inert substance and stable at high temperatures, waterproof, non-porous, non-stick and shows no toxicity. It is tasteless and odorless and very mild on skin contact. It's also very easy to clean. It's flexible and durable, making it the perfect material for many baby items!

When it comes to the environment, silicone is very durable and more ocean-friendly than plastic. Silicone, which is made from silica found in sand, has a much longer shelf life in the environment and when used in products than plastic. By using silicone, families can drastically reduce their plastic consumption.

Yes, yes and three times yes! Our silicone is BPA, phalate, cadmium and lead free. We also ensure that tests are passed in independent laboratories that certify this.

They are manufactured both in Germany and in China. Our lovingly handcrafted products are made in Trier. The teethers and the harness are made in China. We ensure our suppliers offer the highest level of quality and ethics.

Yes. The safety and well-being of your baby are the most important things for us. That is why our products go through strict safety checks in independent laboratories to ensure that they comply with the strict regulations of the European Union and Germany in particular. Our harness is made from certified silicone according to the LFGB standard (the German standard, which is the strictest in the EU). We also comply with the EN14372 standard, which certifies that our products, our packaging, safety instructions and materials meet all requirements.
The same applies to our teethers and pacifier holders and their respective standards EN12586 and EN71.

Lara, a Spanish mom living in Germany, has a great passion for design and whose goal is to offer practical products for everyday family life.

They are designed in Germany, specifically in the city of Trier. Our brand new studio is also located there.

dummy chains

Yes. Our pacifier chains have passed independent tests in laboratories, confirming that they comply with the European standard EN12586.

It is best to wash them with a damp cloth or mild soap and water.

We recommend replacing them every 4-6 months to prevent wear and ensure the clamp's function.


Yes. Our teethers have passed independent tests in laboratories, which have confirmed that they comply with the European standard EN71.

Yes. The silicone we use is free of BPA, phalate, cadmium and lead. Your baby can bite on it as much as they want without being afraid of anything!

With water and mild soap.

The teethers are very durable. But as stated in the safety instructions, please check them before each use!

silicone tableware

Yes. Our tableware has passed independent tests in laboratories, confirming that they comply with European regulations. Incidentally, we use silicone that meets the German standard (the strictest in the EU).

Yes that's it.

Yes, silicone is a material that can withstand both high and low temperatures (-40 to 230 degrees Celsius). As stated in our safety instructions (please keep!), after heating the food, check the temperature before offering it to your baby. If you are heating it in the microwave, mix it inside out as the food does not heat up evenly in the microwave and your baby could get burned.

At almost all. Suction cups like smooth, non-porous surfaces. They also stick to wood, with the exception of rough and untreated wood. If you are unsure, please email us at . We're here to help!

No way! It's perfectly normal. Some naturally occurring colorings in vegetables can discolor them (e.g. tomato sauce). This discoloration is particularly visible on light-colored dishes. It is best to wash it immediately after use. If you forget, don't worry! You can leave it in the sun for a day or wash it in the dishwasher several times.

There may be a slight soapy smell when washing the silicone in the dishwasher. You can rest assured that it is not harmful. If you still want to remove the smell, mix a squeeze of lemon and water with baking soda and let it sit.

Another option is to put the silicone dishes in the oven at 100 degrees Celsius for an hour.