At a glance
our mothercare bottles feature a special tube and valve system that helps reduce the amount of air swallowed by your little one.
Features and benefits
want to know more? The design of the mothercare standard bottles helps your baby feel more comfortable at feeding times. The shape of the teat encourages baby's natural feeding action and is easy to latch on to. A valve system allows air to flow straight into the air space at the bottom of the bottle: bypassing the milk and helping to prevent the discomfort of trapped wind. suitable from birth don't forget... ...take a look at our range of sterilisers to kill any lingering germs before each use.
- decorated blue bottles
- BPA free
- built in valve in the teat helps reduce colic
- easy to hold bottle base ensures a comfortable feeding position
- large capacity bottle allows easy clean and fill
- 3 x 250ml bottles;3 x 0m+ slow flow standard neck teats
- Before first use place in boiling water for 5 minutes, this is to ensure hygiene. For hygiene reasons we recommend you change the teat every 3 months and bottles every 6 months. Heating in a microwave oven may produce localised high temperatures. Always stir heated food and check the temperature before serving. Always make up feeds following the formula milk manufacturers instructions. Wash thoroughly before each use and sterilise. Take extra care when cleaning the valve on the teat to ensure it is not damaged. To ensure correct operation make sure that all residue is cleaned from the valve and it is rinsed with warm water. Wash the product thoroughly in hot, soapy water or in the top rack of a dishwasher. Dishwasher safe (max 65 degrees c). Food colours in the dishwasher may discolour the product. Do not allow to come into contact with solvents or harsh chemicals, this could damage the product. Wash your hands and ensure work surfaces are clean before contact with sterilised components. Do not store or leave in direct sunlight or near a source of heat, or leave in sterilising solution for longer than recommended, as this could damage the product. To avoid burns allow freshly boiled water to cool slightly before preparing the feeds. The water should be no less than 70 degrees c or used within 30 minutes of boiling.