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    @Isabellabean - thank you, I have your PM

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    Thanks everyone - we've selected the reviewers and they have all been contacted now.

    We have had to select those with bubs aged 0-5 months as we were requested, but I am going to ask them if the product is suitable for older ages and if not, why it works best for younger babies. I'll report back.

    We should have the results back from our reviewers in late May / early June!

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    I have an answer from the company as to why babies aged 0-5 months were specifically requested. Here is the response...

    "Regarding the age group, white noise simulates the sounds a baby hears inside the mother’s womb. It is this association with something safe and familiar that calms the baby. If white noise is not used with a child until 5-6 months of age they may no longer have this association so it might not work as well. We decided to use 0-5 months bracket, because we believe that in this age mum will have the best usage of our products. White noise still can have some benefits for over 6 month old's like blocking external noises like cars, etc. Having said that we have had Mums try Whisbear on 9 month old's and older with success."

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