Pigeon Peristaltic Nursing Bottle Twin Pack Kpp 200ml (Blue & White) Nipple M
The Pigeon Peristaltic Standard Neck Nursing Bottle is made of ultra-soft silicone and is gentle on the baby's skin. The nursing bottle allows for natural tongue movement, ensuring that the baby's facial and jaw muscles develop to their full potential. The peristaltic bottle has a ventilation system that allows minimal air intake and milk easily glides into the baby’s stomach. The flow of milk can also be increased or decreased by adjusting the nipple.
- The feeding bottle allows for little air intake and easy milk glides into the stomach of the baby.
- The bottle's nipple is flexible, allowing for effortless sucking and a wide range of movement for the baby's tongue.
- The nursing bottle allows for natural tongue movement, ensuring that the baby's facial muscles develop to their full potential.
- The feeding bottle's unique streamlining shape makes it simple for the mother to grasp, clean and feed her baby.
- Easy-to-use multifunctional design where any nourishing liquid, like milk, water, formula or juice, can be used to fill the bottle.
- Travel-friendly, with no leakage, even when the bottle is tilted or transported and easy to clean and store.
- This bottle is 100 per cent soft, BPA-free silicone teat, so the baby only gets to taste the food.
How to Use
- To sterilise the contents, place them in a pot of hot water.
- Fill the nursing bottle with milk (ideally breastfeeding) to feed the baby or store.
- Re-sterilise the bottle and safely store it.
- Store it in a sterile environment.
- Before using, read the label carefully.
- Keep out of direct sunlight and store in a cool, dry location.
Q1. How can you recognise if the flow is less or more?
Ans: There's no need to go up a size if your kid isn't showing indications of dissatisfaction or takes forever to eat. If your infant is coughing milk out of the mouth, the nipple flow is too fast.
Q2. How often should the nipple of the bottle be replaced?
Ans: Once you've discovered a nipple that your child likes, it's essential to change feeding bottle nipples every three months to keep them in good shape. If you notice a crack anywhere, you must immediately replace it.
Q3. Do unopened bottle nipples have an expiration date?
Ans: The nipples, on the other hand, do not have an expiration date. If your nipples appear to be discoloured or damaged, toss them out and replace them.