Cool-It Soother teething ring
Vulli has announced a recall of 7,000 Cool-It Soother teething rings due to ingestion risk in infants. The fear is that if the product is punctured “bacteria and mold can grow inside the teether’s untreated liquid,” posing an ingestion hazard.
I think it is hard to remember where you bought these kinds of products. The problem is that these teething rings were available at small children’s specialty stores around the country and on Amazon.
These French made teething rings should be immediately taken away from children and returned to Calisson for a free replacement teething ring. You can contact Calisson toll-free at (888) 318-9803 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday, or visit the firm’s website.
There are no apparent reports of injury with these products. You should tell federal investigators (the CPSC) if you have an issue with these teething rings.