Mee Mee Baby Pacifier
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- BPA free silicone pacifier for babies.
- Ideal for babies from 6+ months.
- Has a unique shape for baby’s comfort.
- Promotes natural nasal breathing.
- Easy to use, clean, sterilize and store.
Note: Color may vary according to the availability.
Mee mee pacifiers are ideal to calm and soothe babies when they fuss or cry or for sleeping. Aids in overall oral development by balancing the pressure equally against baby’s palate and supports natural movement and positioning of baby’s tongue. Suitable for babies from 6+ months.
- Uniquely designed and shaped pacifiers fit comfortably in your baby’s mouth.
- Encourages baby to use natural sucking pattern.
- Improves oral stimulation and helps in oral development of the baby.
- Usually, babies have a natural need to suck; pacifiers satisfy their needs of sucking and soothe their emotions.
- Gently soothes the babies and distracts them when they are fussy or crying.
- Does not give stress on your baby’s mouth to keep holding on in his / her mouth.
Directions of Use
- Insert the pacifier onto your baby’s mouth gently.
- Remove the pacifier from your baby’s mouth with care and as gentle as possible.
Note: Make sure, the pacifier is well cleaned / sterilized before use.
- If the pacifier is torn or broken, please replace it regardless of the number of times it has been used.
- Store in a cool and dry place.
- Keep out of reach of children.
Pacifier can be referred as a rubber / plastic / silicone nipple substitute given to babies to suckle upon between feedings to quiet their distress.
Babies have a natural need to suck; pacifiers soothe their emotions by satisfying the need to suck.
Yes, there is no harm in inserting pacifier to your baby’s mouth; but make sure that your push is gentle.
Yes. Pacifier can promote natural nasal breathing as it helps to reduce the possibility of infection through mouth-breathing.
Yes, you can safely remove pacifier from your baby’s mouth while he / she is sleeping
Dirty or unsterilized pacifiers can also spread thrush which is a common fungal infection that causes white patches and uncomfortable sores in the mouth.