Guest: Amber Teething Necklace Giveaway 1/14 Daily

Welcome to the Amber Teething Necklace Giveaway!

Sponsored by: Amber for Babies

Hosted by: Gloriously Green Gal & Savory Savings

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Baltic Amber has been long used for pain relief, most commonly in America as a soothing mechanism for infants and toddlers that are teething.  These necklaces made from the Baltic Amber are not for chewing on as the name might suggest, but provide relief from the interaction of the amber and your body’s natural warmth.  This interaction causes a release of an oil with healing properties, succinic acid.

Krista from Gloriously Green Gal and Savory Savings checked out the amber necklace with her daughter who recently had a flu with muscle soreness and definitely saw a difference! 

If you would like to win one of these necklaces from Amber for Babies, enter with the Giveaway Tool below.   This is limited to US residents only, ages 18 and older.   The giveaway will run from December 31, 2013 through January 14, 2014 at 11 PM CST.  Entries will be verified.  Winner will be notified via email (consider adding  gloriouslygreengal@gmail.com to your safe list) – winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim prize or another winner will be selected.

~ Good Luck, SaraLee's Deals Steals & Giveaways readers! Thanks for entering! ~

This giveaway has ended.
Entries: 23349
Jennifer Aikens is the winner!

Krista from Gloriously Green Gal and Savory Savings received products from this sponsor to facilitate her review, no other compensation was received. All participating blogs are not responsible for prize fulfillment.  This giveaway is in no way associated with social media sites including Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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4 thoughts on “Guest: Amber Teething Necklace Giveaway 1/14 Daily

  1. “Since amber is the fossilized form of tree resin, it has special properties unlike any other piece of jewelry on the market and releases healing oils that reduce the pain and redness caused by teething. This makes the entire ordeal as painless as possible for your child.”

    -I never knew this!

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