Product Type: Bickipegs baby products
Description:Brand: Bickipegs / Health Aid: Teething Rings & Gels
Newest Review: ... can't remember the packaging for Bickiepegs ever being significantly different, they're in a purple edged cardboard box with ... more
Customer Bickipegs Reviews (33)
by - written on 05/01/08 (Very useful, 456 readings)
I'm really fortunate in that my two babies don't seem to have had many problems with teething so far. They get a bit red in the face when one is about to poke through, and chew their hands and toys constantly and can sometimes be a bit grizzly but we've not had the 24-hour a day screaming that some parents seem to face. Having said that, I still want to help them as much as I can as I can see that sometimes it can be quite uncomfortable for them. When they first started getting teeth I went to Boots and bought a few things that I thought they might like - teething rings and the like. And then I saw Bickiepegs. I'd not heard anything about them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/13 (Very useful, 72 readings)
**What are they?** When my little girl was struggling with the early to mid stages of teething and chewing everything in sight my mother suggested that I get her some Bickiepegs as that's what she gave me when I was little. Basically Bickiepegs are a sugar and salt free biscuit which are baked incredibly hard and are used for toddlers to gnaw on, so the teeth can break through the gums. They aren't pain relieving but they provide something to chew on which is safe, and it will relieve the uncomfortable itching sensation new teeth can cause. **Price and Availability** Bickiepegs are extremely widely available. I bought them from Boots, but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/12 (Very useful, 285 readings)
When my eldest daughter (who is now almost sixteen) was teething I was given a sample packet of Bickiepegs by my Health Visitor, who was very keen to stop babies being medicated constantly with pain relief during the teething period. Now, Charlotte didn't suffer badly with her teeth so I didn't really have to use much at all - but she despised the Bickiepegs to such a degree that I ended up binning them after watching her heaving each time she put one in her mouth. They completely slipped under my radar when my other two daughters were teething, but again they didn't have the appalling pain that other babies go through as their teeth are making an appearance so I didn't Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/10 (Very useful, 119 readings)
My 9 month old niece currently has 6 teeth, with more on the way and she will chew on the strangest of things, including the car seat, DVD cases, the window sill and door frames. We decided we had to get her some more things to chew on that would not damage her teeth nor be damaged by her teeth! I was in Boots when I saw Bickipegs. These claim to be teething biscuits so I thought they would be perfect for her to chew on, with out being damaging in any way, and they may just taste nice for her too. I bought a box, and gave them to my sister for my niece to get her jaws on. My niece seems ok with them, but she is not exactly fussed on them. She will happily chew ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
==Bickiepegs== Bickiepegs is an item which has been around since 1925 and was developed by a paediatrician with the aim of combating the pain which is brought on from teething and also to aid with the baby's development of the jaw and the chewing skills needed! The recipe is said to be the same today as it was when they were first made and they boast the fact that they contain no added sugar and contain no artificial sweeteners or colours. They are suitable from baby's aged six months and up, vegetarians and vegans plus the Bickiepegs themselves are Kosha. So with all this being taken into account, plus the fact that a single packet ... Read the complete review
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