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Qudo™ Soother


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Excessive crying? Introducing a natural solution for uncomfortable babies.

  • Scientifically formulated to alleviate discomfort, pain, and crying in infants.
  • Unique teat design mimics natural sucking sensation, providing comfort and relief.
  • Soothing Science™ technology enhances cranial rhythm, naturally improving biological and physiological mechanisms.

What Makes Qudo™ Soother Unique?

Say goodbye to persistent crying and colic with Qudo™ Soother’s innovative design.

Scientific Development: Developed by paediatric expert Nicky Bateman, the Qudo™ Soother scientifically reduces discomfort, pain, and crying in babies. The design relieves strains and structural tension, promoting a sense of calm and relaxation.

Optimised Teat Design: The teat shape, angle, and density is made to softly rest on baby’s upper palate, mimicking the natural sensation of sucking on a finger. This unique, organic design provides comfort through relief, for a soothing experience for your little one.

Revolutionary Soothing Science™: This technology enhances cranial rhythm, naturally improving biological and physical mechanisms. The Qudo™ Soother relieves discomfort, reduces crying, and improves sleep patterns in the first few months of your baby’s life.

A Guide to Using the Qudo™ Soother

1. Sterilisation: Before introducing the Qudo™ Soother to your baby, ensure it is sterilised using your preferred method. This step is crucial for maintaining optimal hygiene and ensuring your baby’s comfort and safety.

2. Initial Usage: The Qudo™ Soother is suitable for infants from birth. When offering the soother to your baby for the first time, place the teat pointing upwards into their mouth. Some babies may take to it immediately, while others may need a few attempts to get accustomed to it.

3. Patience is Key: If your baby seems to have trouble using the soother initially, don’t fret! According to feedback, over 73% of babies adapt to the Qudo™ Soother without difficulty. However, if your baby continues to struggle, it might be due to other factors such as tongue tie or birth-related strains.

In such cases, giving the soother a few tries over a couple of days is recommended. Babies may need time to develop the coordination of their tongue and mouth muscles. Be patient, as you may notice a sudden improvement after a few attempts.

4. Seek Professional Advice if Needed: If, despite repeated attempts, your baby still struggles with the Qudo™ Soother, it’s advisable to seek guidance from a qualified health professional. Your GP, Midwife, Health Visitor, Chiropractor, or Osteopath can offer further assistance and address any underlying issues.

5. Integration with Feeding Routines: One of the benefits of the Qudo™ Soother is that it won’t interfere with breastfeeding or bottle-feeding routines. You can use it whenever your baby needs comfort, whether it’s between feedings or during bedtime.

6. We Are Here to Help: Should you have any questions or concerns regarding using the Qudo™ Soother, our dedicated customer service team is here to assist you. We are committed to ensuring that you and your baby have the best experience with our product, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

PRE-ORDER: Ships Mid-April

Delivery is to the UK only; items cannot be shipped internationally. Delivery will be made via Royal Mail on a 24-Hour Tracked Service. Exact rates will be provided at checkout.

If you have any queries, our Customer Services Team will be more than happy to help.

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Quality and Safety Assured

BPA-Free and Medical Grade Silicone: Rest easy knowing that the Qudo™ Soother is BPA-free, and the teat is made from medical-grade silicone, ensuring the highest safety and quality standards for your baby.

Designed and Made in the UK: Crafted with care in the UK, the Qudo™ Soother meets rigorous quality standards and complies with EN 1400 regulations, providing you with peace of mind.

University Tested: Tested in an independent study with the University of Surrey in 2019, the Qudo™ Soother has been proven effective in providing comfort and relief to infants.

Extra help and support

If you are seeking extra help and support, there are several avenues you can explore:

NHS website:

Tongue Tie Practitioners:

General Chiropractic Council:

General Osteopathic Council:

Further tips and advice are available on our blog. Remember, you’re not alone, and resources are available to help you navigate this challenge.

You can view further FAQs here.