This baltic amber post has been sponsored and was written by me on behalf of Spark of Amber as part of the Green Moms Network. All opinions are mine.
Baltic Amber is a 100% natural resin found in Lithuania and the Baltic sea region. Baltic Amber is not only very beautiful, but healing and calming as well. When it is worn against the skin, the succinic acid is released through the skin's warmth. Baltic Amber has been used by Europeans for centuries for pain relief and as an anti-inflammatory agent. Baltic Amber has been used for immunity building, respiratory infections, teething, headaches, carpal tunnel pain, and much more! [information from Spark of Amber website]
Amber teething necklaces have become very popular in the United States in the last few years, but baltic amber is great for all ages. Amber has helped with adult allergies, morning sickness, tummy troubles, and more. The beautiful pieces from Spark of Amber are great for fashion, as well as calming and healing for Moms like me!
I have enjoyed wearing the Spark of Amber bracelet, pictured above. It is beautiful and it's amazing how no two pieces in the bracelet are exactly alike. I can definitely feel a difference when I wear the bracelet. This "Savannah Sunset" bracelet sells for $24.99 on the Spark of Amber website.
Spark of Amber offers genuine, authentic, 100% natural Amber teething necklaces, bracelets, and other jewelry pieces for all ages. Spark of Amber is a United States company, run by a work at home mom, Julie, who outsources her products to three women in Lithuania who make the jewelry to support their families. It has been professional tested and verified authentic. Spark of Amber's products are affordable and they even offer free shipping!
Spark of Amber is giving one Life With Captain Fussybuckets reader their own baltic amber bracelet. Just enter in the Rafflecopter form. Good luck!
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