Hoe veilig is een gouden baby armbandje?

How safe is a gold baby bracelet?

When it comes to newborns and young children, parents want to do everything possible to keep their little ones safe. This is why many parents (and godparents) choose to buy a bracelet in gold for their baby or child, rather than bracelets made of other materials.

One of the main reasons why gold bracelets are generally safer for children is that they are less likely to break if they get caught on something. This is especially important for newborns who are constantly putting their hands and feet in their mouths.

Another reason why gold bracelets for babies are a safer choice for children is that they are less likely to cause skin irritations. Some materials, such as certain metals, can cause skin irritations in some children. This is especially a problem for children with sensitive skin. Birth bracelets made of real gold (not gold-plated, that is), are naturally hypoallergenic.

Of course, the most important advice remains to always be careful and keep a close eye on your baby or child when wearing a gold bracelet. Especially for young children, the advice is to let a baby bracelet be worn only under adult supervision.

Olivia for Kids is a brand specializing in gold bracelets for children. Our bracelets are made of 9K, 14K or 18K gold. This makes them very strong and durable.

In general, gold bracelets are a safer choice for children than bracelets made of most other materials. If you are looking for a bracelet for your child, be sure to check out our selection of gold birth bracelets.

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Mom of Charlie (3) and Ralph (1) and founder of Olivia for Kids. On weekends I enjoy a quiet book or going to the Zoo with the kids.