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Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders - 20 Sachets

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£5.99
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Ashton & Parsons Infant Teething Powders - 20 Sachets

£5.99
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Shamir Patel Pharmacist & Director GPhC: 2049338

What is Ashton and Parsons Infants Teething Powder?

Ashton and Parsons teething powder is a natural remedy for teething pain that helps to relieve pain in the gums. It helps to ease symptoms such as flushed cheeks and dribbling as well as the pain that babies feel as they’re teething, helping to make the whole experience less stressful for both baby and their parents.


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