Review: Adorable Amber Necklace with Giveaway

Other than receiving a free sample of this product to review from Adorable Amber, I was not paid for any of the opinions or reviews expressed in this blog. Only products that score a 3+ on a 1-5 scale make it onto our website.

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We are in love with our amber necklaces!  Not only are the absolutely adorable, but they keep my toddler’s teething pain to a minimum.  I remember my older children (who never wore amber) would be just completely miserable little people all day, every day when they had teeth coming through.  With my boys that have worn amber, their teeth coming in is really only bothersome in the evening when they are also sleepy.  

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Tiffanie of Adorable Amber sent me the most gorgeous raw rainbow amber necklace.  I am such a huge fan of the raw amber because it is untreated and therefore contains more succinic acid.  Not to mention it is SO pretty!!  

If you are worried about the necklace being a choking hazard, Tiffanie carries some amber necklaces with really neat safety release pull apart clasps.  Amber necklaces are generally made to break at the clasp, but this means you have to buy a new one or repair/restring them.  The pull apart clasps pop right back closed if pulled apart so you don’t have to buy a new one.  The amber jewelry is knotted between each bead so if you ever have a necklace break, the beads won’t all come flying off, presenting a choking hazard. 

The jewelry at Adorable Amber is tested with various amber testing methods.  We will be posting some great amber testing videos on our youtube channel very soon!  It’s important to buy your amber jewelry from a reliable source as there are a lot of fakes out there.  It can be hard to tell the difference between authentic Baltic amber and plastic by the naked eye.

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Baltic amber isn’t JUST for teething babies.  It’s also good for adults.  I wear an amber necklace and it keeps my neck cramps at bay.  I also wear a bracelet that helps with my wrist pain from sewing and typing.

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If you’d like to enter to win an amber necklace*, follow the steps on the widget below!  View our complete giveaway rules.  Winner will be selected and posted on our Facebook page next Wednesday, February 12th!

*The giveaway winner will be able to choose from a 13-inch raw honey necklace or an 11-inch polished honey necklace!  

 

Other than receiving a free sample of this product to review from Adorable Amber, I was not paid for any of the opinions or reviews expressed in this blog. Only products that score a 3+ on a 1-5 scale make it onto our website.

I am a Crunchy Mama of 5 rowdy boys, stepmama to 1 girl and have another sweet girl on the way! I also gave birth to a baby girl in January 2016 for an awesome couple as their surrogate. I married my awesome husband, Brian in October 2016 and we are located in a little city outside of Dallas, Texas. I am a jill-of-many-trades. I run a laundry service, do custom sewing and even sell lactation cookies to my locals. I love to shop at thrift stores, take showers without an audience and spend time dreaming of a life off the grid! Follow me on Instagram for behind-the-scenes photos in the life of my crunchy family!

48 thoughts on “Review: Adorable Amber Necklace with Giveaway

  1. For teething pain we mostly use teethers, frozen washcloths, or breast milk popsicles. If he seems to be more in more pain we use Hyland’s teething tablets. They seem to always help. Love those things!

  2. I am so fortunate that my baby hasn’t had any teething problems. She doesn’t even drool! Other than buying a few teething necklaces that I use to distract her from twiddling we haven’t had to do anything special.

  3. We use teething tablets. One day we had to use Tylenol because nothing was helping. I can’t wait to try the amber!

  4. Love the necklace, also I see you shop at thrift stores—I volunteer 2 times a week at one which is associated with our local hospital. You can get some great buys at thrift stores.

    • I also love thrift stores! !!! I am excited to try this amber necklace not just for my son who is cutting those horribly painful molars but also for my neckpain !!!

  5. We have a teether that we can put in the freezer first. Sweetie-pie seems to like it.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  6. When my kids were little and teething we used regular teethers and teething biscuits. I have two daughters who are pregnant right now, so we’ll be going through this soon and would love to try an amber necklace!

    Thanks

  7. We use teething toys for teething pain. there are so many options available on the market now. It seems like amber necklaces are quite popular.. .

  8. We use a soother that has been put into the fridge, but it doesn’t seem to always work. Would love to try the amber necklace! (plus, it would look so sweet on our little Fiona!)

  9. This is my first baby and she is 6 months old right now she has just been using teething rings but I can tell it hurts her! Breaks my heart!

  10. we had an amber teething neclace but a few beads broke off so I tossed it, now i have drooly toddler help! frozen teething rings just are not cutting it!

  11. I freeze pacifiers instead of regular teethers. This way they don’t have to hold them. I’ve used the baby Ambisol products, but they don’t seem to work.

  12. My 6 month old still hasn’t cut her first tooth. Pretty much everything goes in her mouth these days. I offer her pacifiers, teethers, taggies books, wooden teethers, and sippy cups. Nursing seems to be her best relief though.

  13. We used to use teething rings. We also used orajel as sometimes that’s the only thing that would work.

  14. For my children I have used orajel in the past that I bought from my local CVS. There are some other “old world” ways to do it such as rubbing brandy on the gums but I have never tired that one personally.

  15. I’d love to win this for my 5 month old, I’m pretty sure she’s teething right now. We usually give her a frozen waffle to chew on, but it doesn’t last long, she doesn’t like the coldness of it.

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