Anita the Bananita is the new baby banana teether concept for babies by Oli&Carol. Designed with an ergonomic shape making it easy to hold and chew on. Including a range of textures, such as raised spots or ribbing, making it very pleasing for little ones to soothe teething gums. This mini teether is easy to hang from a strap and chew it on the go… take your chewy-to-go high & low!
This fruit teether introduces kids into following healthy habits from a young age while relieving sore gums.
This Chewy-to-Go baby teether helps the natural development of babies’ mouths while stimulating their senses. Each chewing toy is handmade one by one with 100% natural rubber and hand painted with natural pigments from plants. The perfect sustainable gift for babies!
Made with 100% natural rubber from Hevea trees.
Soft, easy to grasp and safe to chew. Stimulates baby's senses and soothes teething gums.
Hand painted with safe, natural food graded dyes.
Completely safe for kids, non-toxic. Certified by Bureau Veritas. PVC, BPA, Phthalates and Nitrosamines free.
Highly hygienic, mold free. There are no holes in any of our designs preventing the presence and growth of bacteria and mold.
Eco-toys, biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
Used as teethers, bath toys, decorative objects and more.
Designed in Barcelona, made in Morocco.
Handmade taking care of every detail. There may be minor variations in color and shape.
Socially responsible. With every Oli&Carol toy you purchase you are helping scholarize kids in India.
Washing & Care
To clean, simply wipe your toy with soapy water and a damp cloth.
Store in a dry place. If left on the side of a bath or on tile that may be slightly wet or moist, the toys will start to mold (like any natural products). Air drying between use, is recommended.
Do not leave the toy in direct contact with sunlight or any artificial light for long periods of time, as the color may fade away.
Remove packaging and all tags before giving the toy to your child.
Our toys are 100% natural, so small imperfections or inconsistencies are normal.