Standard Neck Baby Silicone Feeding Nipple Food Grade Nipple BPA
XS newborn, small round hole
S 0-3 months, small cross hole
M 3-6 months big cross hole
L 6months+ big round hole
Round sucking pore
Cross sucking pore
SGS,ISO,QS and CE
|Safty:||Free of BPA, phthalates, PVC, non-toxic, lead-free|
|Application:||Encourages babies to open the mouth and feel as breastfeeding|
1.Material: 100% non-toxic odorless silicone
2.The shape is according to breast, it feel soft and natural
3.Automatic back to the hole, Prevent choking
4.Standard neck5.Temperature: high/low temperature resistant from -60 to +200
(1)Encourages babies to open the mouth and feel as breastfeeding
(2)Nipple make of 100% liquid silicone nipple rubber, more safe and
(3)Safety: free of BPA, phthalates and PVC, nontoxic, lead-free(4)Food grade liquid silicone rubber material
|About 25 work days|
From new mould develop to shipping,all the details will be done as
1.Made of liquid silicone,BPA free
2.Helps reduce colic with vented nipple design
3.Vent holes and ribs help ensure smooth flow and help prevent
nipple from collapsing
4.Fits most standard reusable bottles
Designed especially for developing newborns, our clear standard
silicone nipple, Our silicone nipples sense baby's pressure and
respond with the right amount of liquid.It helps your baby make a
seamless transition from breast to bottle. These narrow-shaped
nipples keep air from entering the liquid to effectively reduce gas
and colic. The soft silicone material is gentle on the infant's
gums and lips and, as a bonus, is easy to clean. BPA- and
Phthalate-free, silicone baby bottle nipples , helps limit fussy
feeding so both parents and their little ones can feel comfortable
To prevent possible choking hazard, test strength before each use
by pulling the nipple in all directions. Any tear can lead to the
separation of pieces. Discontinue use if any tear or crack appears.
Do not attempt to enlarge the hole with a pin or other sharp
object, as this may lead to tearing. Allowing your child to spend
prolonged periods of time drinking liquids, other than water, from
a baby bottle may cause early childhood tooth decay.
Care: Prior to first use, sanitize by boiling in water for 5
minutes. For day to day cleaning, wash with hot water and mild
detergent then rinse clean. Dishwasher safe (top rack). For hygiene
and safety, replace nipples after about 2 months of use.
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Packaging & Shipping
|Packing||OPP bag or Customized packing|
|Shipping||By Courier like DHL, UPS, Fedex, TNT, EMS, By Air, By Sea|
For urgent order and light weight, you can choose the following
express: UPS, FedEx, TNT, DHL, For heavy weight , you can choose to
deliver the goods by air or by sea to save cost.
What is silicone?
Silicones are inert, synthetic compounds with a variety of forms
and uses. Typically heat-resistant and rubber-like, they are used
in sealants, adhesives, lubricants, medical applications, cooking
utensils, and insulation.
Silicon is a natural chemical element. Silicone polymers are
derived from silicon and so silicone is a man-made product derived
from silicon a natural element.Silicon is generally found in solid
crystalline form like sand or glass.
Is silicone safe?
Silicone is a synthetic rubber that contains bonded silicon and
oxygen. It's a natural element that is abundant in sand and rock.
Silicone bakeware is known for its heat-resistant and rubber-like
qualities and is safe for the oven and freezer. It is touted as
being stable or inert, not changing the flavour or releasing odours
that might affect food quality.Not only is it believed to have low
toxicity and thermal stability, it's also easy to clean and is
non-stick. One safety tip it came across is to use food-grade
silicone products at recommended temperatures — about 260 degrees C
or 500 degrees F. Silicone also makes an appearance when it comes
to cooking. As a component that is often found in parchment paper,
the silicone prevents foods that are baked or broiled on the paper
from sticking, such as with cookies, slices of bacon, or chicken
breasts. In addition, a number of the non-stick sprays used today
have silicone as one of the ingredients, allowing the cook to not
have to use oils or shortening to prevent sticking. This type of
rubber also shows up in the kitchen in the form of spatulas,
serving and stirring spoons, and even plastic cheese knives.