Has Sophie the Giraffe been recalled?

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What is the deal with Sophie the Giraffe?

Sophie la girafe has long legs, which babies love to put into their mouths, so they can chew the entire length of their gum bed. Most other teethers can only help with the front teeth, and not when baby is growing the rear teeth. Therefore, Sophie la girafe helps with early and late stage teething.

Is Sophie the Giraffe a choking hazard?

A spokeswoman for Sophie La Girafe explained that the toy is not considered a choking hazard and has been used by millions of babies since it was first put on sale in 1961. ” Sophie la girafe® is not a choking hazard,” she said.

How do you tell if my Sophie the Giraffe is real?

Some key things to point out:

  1. On the real and fake one, the serial number and (c) SLG were on example the same spot.
  2. The font and colors were “off” on the fake one’s packaging.
  3. There was spelling mistakes.
  4. The font and coloring on the packaging is different.

Can Sophie the Giraffe get mold?

Some parents discovered gnarly mold inside ‘Sophie the Giraffe,’ a popular teething toy.

Should I sterilize Sophie the Giraffe?

Can Sophie la girafe be sterilised? In accordance with what is written on the product packaging, we do not recommend sterilising Sophie la girafe.

Why is Sophie La Giraffe so expensive?

So why does it cost so much? Sophie has been French mothers go-to teething toy since 1961. The toy is made in France rather than in China, and is made with natural rubber rather than plastic. That means the product costs more to make and is relatively expensive around the globe — but that hasn’t stopped its popularity.

Do I need to sterilize Sophie the Giraffe?

Can Sophie the Giraffe go in the fridge?

This natural teether from France can go in the fridge to provide cooling relief for baby’s sore gums.

When should I introduce Sophie the Giraffe?

around 3 months

Most parents find that as their infant begins to discover their own hands and starts putting them in their mouth (at around 3 months of age), they will begin enjoying Sophie la girafe. It is this 3 month mark that Vulli recommends as most suitable for the baby to start using Sophie.

How do you prevent mold from Sophie the Giraffe?

Keeping the Toy — and Its Image — Clean
As indicated on the packaging and in an explanatory leaflet inside the packaging, we recommend to clean the surface of ‘Sophie la girafe’ with a damp cloth. It should not be immersed in the water nor rinsed off, to prevent water from getting inside, as she may become damaged.”

Can I put Sophie the Giraffe in the fridge?

Description. The only Sophie the Giraffe that can go in the fridge, this adorable teether is ideal for those tough teething days. It’s made of natural rubber with handles that are easy for baby to grasp and chew on for teething relief.