Best Buys Reviews & shopping Practical Parenting & Pregnancy Awards 2011/2012 best buys for health for your baby and toddler Want to know the best buys to treat your sick baby or toddler? Check out competing in the health category at this year's Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine awards 1 of Ad break None of us wants our baby to be sick, which is why it's vital to know which are the health best buys on the market. Whether you're looking for a solution to soothe baby constipation, relieve colic, or ways to ease diarrhoea and vomiting check out these baby health best buys all up for a Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine award. Brother Max One-Touch 3-in-1 Digital ThermometerThe One-Touch 3-in-1 Digital Thermometer from Brother Max takes precise readings from ear and forehead and also measures the room temperature to help parents figure out if their baby's room is ok for safe sleeping. Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing CreamMums of babies have sworn by this clever cream for years for treating just about anything. £2.47-£8.08Check out more best buys to help your baby and toddler's health. Dentinox Teething GelDentinox Teething Gel has been used and loved by generation of paretns. Just place a small quantity of gel on a clean finger tip and rub into the gums for soothing results. £2.30 Continue slideshow > Weleda Chamomilla 3 x granulesWeleda Chamomilla 3 x granules is a natural, over the counter remedy, that's an effective treatment for gripe and teething pain. £6.95 for 15g Brushbaby Baby and Toddler ToothpasteBrushbaby Baby and Toddler Toothpaste is designed specifically for babies and toddlers with a delicious, gentle flavour and low foaming formulation to make it more easily tolerated. £2.35 Sterimar BabySterimar Baby is a natural sea water nasal spray designed to unblock your little one's nose. Use from birth. £4.07 InfacolInfacol is the UK's number one selling treatment for colic and is suitable from birth as well as being sugar, alcohol and colourant-free. £4.20 for 50ml By Daniella Delaney Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Postpartum psychosis – just how many mums suffer from it? How much sugar is in your child's favourite ice lolly? Kimberley Walsh: ‘It killed me teaching my boys to sleep through the night'