Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. The Breastfeeding Bottles are made with BPA-free polypropylene plastics. Our breast-shaped nipple and our patented one-way valve are made from high grade silicone so you know it’s safe for your baby.

The easiest way for you to clean your bottle is to wash them in the dishwasher on the top rack and then let them cool before using them.

Yes, The Breastfeeding Bottle and parts are dishwasher safe. Although the bottle is made out of heat-resistant plastics, we recommended placing the bottle on the top rack of the dishwasher.

Yes, the bottle is easy to clean. The Breastfeeding Bottle’s four components lid, nipple, ring and bottom can come apart easily by unscrewing them. Less time cleaning means more time to snuggle with your new addition.

At the bottom of The Breastfeeding Bottle, you’ll notice it has a unique valve. This one-way valve allows air into the bottle to equalize pressure while keeping air away from milk. When babies have air their milk, they can suffer from gas, spit-up, cramps and other symptoms to colic.

The Breastfeeding Bottle offers a soft, breast-shaped nipple that’s warm and recognizable for smooth transitions between breast and bottle. The Breastfeeding Bottle also has a valve to vent air away from milk so your baby gets milk that’s full of nutrients and free of the air that can cause gas, spit-up and symptoms of colic. We use high quality, BPA-free materials that are safe and gentle for your baby. Lastly, The Breastfeeding Bottle is so easy to use and just as easy to clean.

We modeled our unique breast-shaped nipple after mom because we want to help babies enjoy all the benefits of breastfeeding. Its soft, warm shape is instantly recognizable for easy latches and smooth transitions from breast to bottle. When babies are fed using bottles with small nipples, they can get lazy with their latch on mom. That can make nursing painful for mom and frustrating for baby. Since The Breastfeeding Bottle is shaped more like moms, your baby will need to keep his mouth open wide and latch just like he does for you.

Most traditional bottles allow babies to ingest air as well as milk. When air gets in baby’s tummy, it can cause gas, cramps, spit-up and symptoms of colic. Traditional non-vented bottles also create a vacuum as babies suck to draw out milk. The vacuum increases as babies nurse and they ingest more air because their lips aren’t perfectly sealed to the nipple. When there’s a vacuum in the bottle, babies can build up air and fluids in their middle ear. The nutritional value of the milk or formula is also compromised because as air enters the bottle through the nipple, it aerates the milk and reduces the amount of vitamins.

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