A silicone feeding bottle is a preferable choice for a safe and healthier option for feeding infants.
Silicone rubber does not react with food or beverages or produce any hazardous fumes. It is malleable, soft and shatterproof and the FDA has approved it as a food-safe substance. Therefore, silicone feeding bottles are safe for infants.
A slow-flow nipple is best for breastfed babies because it best mimics the natural flow of milk from the breast. A wide-neck nipple base may work for some babies but most have a hard time getting their small mouths around them.
If bottles are fairly new and BPA-free they will be okay for reuse. However, if there’s a big gap in baby spacing you'll need to replace it. And always replace bottle nipples since an old nipple can contain harmful bacteria.
Once you've found a nipple your little one is comfortable with, it's best to change bottle nipples every 3 months to ensure they remain in good condition. If you spot a crack anywhere, you'll need to change it over straight away.
Yes. Anyone can use an anti-colic bottle. They are designed to reduce the amount of air a baby takes in while feeding to help the baby have less wind. The Rabitat silicone feeding bottle nipples also have single, double or multiple holes for different types of flow. A newborn can start from the single flow
Colic is unpleasant for both parents and babies. Your baby cries, fusses, and is often inconsolable. That's when parents may want to consider buying anti-colic bottles, which help prevent excessive air from being swallowed with milk as swallowing air may cause extra gas which contributes to a baby's colic. Rabitat squeezy silicone feeding bottle has a dual vent that prevents colic.