PUR Shaped Bottle with Handle 250ml
Brand/Mfr. : Visit PUR Store
- A Standard base feeding bottle
- Shaped for providing an easy grip
- Comes with two handles
- Provides an easy grip
- Encourages self feeding
- Teat is made from medical grade silicone
- Comes in 3 colours Pink, Blue and Yello
Bottle with Handle comes with two handles to encourage self feeding. These bottles are affordable, easy to clean, and many infants have no trouble transitioning between bottle and breast. The nipple on these bottles is breast-shaped and extra flexible, helping your little one bounce between skin and bottle. Suitable for 3months+ babies.
- This pack contains one bottle with a PUR silicone teat made of medical food grade silicone
- Comes with a hood and a disc to place in the neck of the bottle, to prevent leakage during transportation
- Transparent for hygienic cleaning
- Made from high quality plastic material
- Teat is made of guaranteed material that will not perish
- It is odourless, tasteless and non-toxic
- A volatile and nitrosamine safe.
Directions for Use
- Position the bottle at an angle rather than straight up and down so the milk only comes out when your baby sucks.
- Let your baby take breaks from drinking when he or she seems to want them.
- Watch your baby for cues that he or she is full, and then stop, even if the bottle is not empty.
- Feed infants whenever they are hungry.
- Avoid giving bottles to infants in their cribs.
- Never let infants or toddlers carry bottles.
Before the first use, sterilize nipples and bottles in boiling water for 5 minutes. After that, you don’t have to sterilize your baby’s bottles and supplies each time you feed your baby. Do wash bottles and nipples in hot, soapy water (or in the dishwasher) after every use
Babies up to 2 months old will drink about 2 to 4 ounces at each feeding. He or she will probably want to drink every 3 to 4 hours. Wake your baby to feed him or her if he or she sleeps longer than 4 to 5 hours. Babies 2 to 6 months old should drink 4 to 5 bottles each day.
While it’s generally recommended that you use them right after they’ve been sterilized, you can safely store baby bottles and keep them sterile for up to 24 hours in a clean cabinet, a sealed container in the refrigerator, or in a sterilizer.
One of the more common causes is swallowing too much air while eating .Whether breastfed or bottle-fed it can cause gas.
- Newborn – 60-90ml per feeding
- 1 month old – 120ml per feeding
- 2 months old – 150ml per feeding
- 4 months old -180ml per feeding