Philips Avent SCF053 / 17 - Natural glass bottle, 240 ml
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Along with the bottles, this product comes with slow-flow nipples and bottle caps. Any of the Philips AVENT Natural nipples will work with these bottles, and you can interchange any of Philips Natural bottles and nipples as your baby gets bigger. These glass bottles are BPA-free and made from borosilicate glass, a durable glass that is heat resistant. However, the bottles are a bit heavy, and they can leak if not properly assembled. Buying baby bottles can be a much more difficult task than it seems. There are so many choices! With the different materials, shapes, and sizes, how are you supposed to know which is best? What’s unique to HEVEA is that their bottle nipples are made from 100% natural rubber instead of silicone. The rubber is plant-based and harvested in Malaysia from the “Hevea Brasiliensis” trees. The material is free from BPA, PVC, phthalates, and plastics.
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Light: They are lightweight, making it easier for your baby to grip and hold on to their bottle as they get older. Absorbs odors: Plastic is known to absorb odors, so you’ll have to deodorize your bottles more often than if you use glass. Teats with different flows are available to allow your baby to adapt to paced bottle feeding. Some babies may find a higher flow more suitable at first, especially if they are accustomed to traditional bottles with continuous milk flow.
Let us help get you ready to begin the beautiful journey with your little one. The ultra soft, breast-shaped teat on our bottles encourages a natural latch and mimics the feel of the breast, making it the most natural way to bottle feed. Airfree vent: this avent bottle prevents air from getting into your little one's tummy whilst feeding upright. Studies show that chemicals like BPA can leach from plastic infant feeding bottles that are filled with warmed breastmilk or formula due to the high temperatures, exposing the infant to unwanted chemicals. Limiting the use of plastic infant feeding bottles by purchasing infant feeding bottles labeled as ‘BPA-free' and avoiding plastics with a recycle code of 3, 6, or 7 is desirable and recommended by the AAP. Despite the ban on BPA in infant feeding bottles, the AAP continues to recommend the use of alternatives to plastic, when possible, due to concerns of other lesser talked about harmful chemicals leaching from plastic—even those that don't contain BPA.” — Cindy Scott, RD, CLC Why Trust Verywell Family
Philips Avent Natural Response Glass baby bottles with Flow 3
Less durable: Plastic bottles don’t last nearly as long as glass bottles. They’re more likely to get stained, scratched, or damaged and will eventually wear down.If you prefer to use glass baby bottles, you and your baby can still benefit from Natural Response’s unique technology as we also offer safe and sustainable Avent glass bottles.