It is important that you make informed decision regarding the use of the product as exclusively breastfeeding is best for babies, in terms of their health & cost relating to childhood illnesses. Introducing partial or full bottle feedingmay adversely affect breastfeedingby reducing the supply of breast milk and reversing the decision of not to breastfeed is difficult. If you are considering using bottles and teats to offer expressed breast milk (EBM) to your baby or introducing partial or full bottle feeding, we suggest/advise that you discuss your plan with the health professional(s) caring for you & your baby.
x1 250ml narrow baby bottle
x1 Level 1 (0+ months) silicone nipple
x1 Vent (optional)
Recommended for babies 0+ months.
Dr Brown's information states feeding with Vent:
Helps reduce feeding problems
Helps preserve vitamins
Vent and nipple create vacuum-free feeding
Dr Brown's information states feeding without Vent:
For babies whose feeding becomes more developed
Convenience of a nipple vented bottle
Dr Brown's information states the Options Bottle Feeding System:
Helps reduce the chance of colic, split-up, burping, gas and other feeding problems.
No vacuum pressure, so baby can feed at will for good digestion.
Preserves bottle milk nutrients by reducing air bubble oxidation.
Vent provides a breastfeeding-like experience and helps prevent nipple collapse.
Vent can be removed for the convenience of a nipple-vented bottle.
Fits most breast pumps (not included)
Phthalate-free, BPA-free, PVC-free, Lead-free
Easy to clean, dishwasher safe
Made of polypropylene
What are Dr Browns bottles made of?
Dr Brown's bottles are made of BPA-free polypropylene plastic or BPA-free borosilicate glass. All components of the Dr Brown's bottle, including the vent insert, vent reservoir, travel disk, teat collar, and cap are also BPA-free. The teats are made of medical-grade silicone. Printed ink on bottles is made from non-toxic food grade material.