Bargain Teething Gel a 'Lifesaver' For Young Babies

by Laura Driver

Any new parent will be able to relate to the struggle of calming down a young restless baby who is teething. A bargain-hunting mum has revealed her brilliant find which has made the world of a difference to hers many other parents' teething children.

The mum, who is a member of the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK has found a product that's available on the high street and will set you back less than £4. Sharing in the group, the parent revealed that she can grab the teething gel in question from Home Bargains - a strong favourite among the bargain hunters of the group - for only £3.99.

She wrote: "Ashtons & Parsons Teething gel with a gum massaging applicator. Home Bargains £3.99 I've never seen them before so thought I would share as the powders are amazing."

A description of the Astons & Parsons Teething gel says: "Rapidly forms an invisible film which helps to prevent gums from the pain and discomfort associated with teething." The post went down a treat with thousands liking the suggestion, amassing an impressive 5,900 comments.

And if you're nowhere near a Home Bargains, you don't need to worry as it's also available from a number of online sites such as Boots and Amazon… but not for the bargain price!


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Written by

Laura Driver

Blogger & Social Media Manager
Laura lives in Yorkshire, UK with her two teenage children. When they were little (and definitely not taller than her) she used to blog avidly about the trials and tribulations of motherhood. Laura is no stranger to all the joys small children can bring; sleepless nights, a random public meltdown or a spectacular poonami. She fondly remembers the time her youngest child rolled across a supermarket carpark in a trolley while she was putting her eldest child in the car and the time her, then, three year old took up swearing at a church event. Laura has worked for Your Baby Club, as a Social Media Manager, since 2014.

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