Twin-Pack 9oz. (260ml) BornFree™ Bisphenol-A Free plastic bottles, complete with the new innovative air vent that helps eliminate colic symptoms. Each bottle comes with a level 1 nipple and a cover. BornFree is made of a new, safe, honey-colored plastic called Polyamide (PA) that is free of Bisphenol-A, a chemical that is shown to leach from other bottles that are made of Polycarbonate. BornFree's special plastic is also more resistant to detergents.
What is Bisphenol-A (BPA)?
- 0 + Months
- Bottles include nipple-level 1
- The all in one feeding system
- The safe and smart bottle
- Plastic Free from Bisphenol-A
- New valve: smooth flow, No Leaks!
- Helps reduce colic and ear infections
Bisphenol-A (BPA) is a chemical compound used to create polycarbonate plastic, a hard, clear plastic used widely in consumer products, including food and beverage containers. A growing body of scientific research suggests that small amounts of BPA may leach into foods or beverages stored in polycarbonate containers, especially when the contents are acidic, high in fat, or heated. Some research suggests that BPA may act as an endocrine disruptor, a substance which mimics natural human hormones.
Softer Nipples That Don't Collapse
The Born Free nipples are extremely soft and gentle for your baby to suckle. The nipples are available in 5 different flow rates to suit the requirements of your baby from 0-18 months.
The Revolutionary Inner Valve and Air Vent
The new innovative air vent helps keep a low level of vacuum which is known to help reduce colic symptoms such as gas, spit up and the risk of middle ear infection.
The unique inner valve helps prevent the hard suckling needed with conventional bottles, and unlike other vented bottles, it prevents side leaks and allows you to shake freely when mixing.
Bisphenol-A Free Plastic
The Born Free bottle is made of honey-colored material. This material does not contain Bisphenol-A or Phthalates.
Safe for Breast Fed Babies
The Born Free feeding system is especially suitable for breast fed babies who are being introduced to bottle feeding. The unique air valve begins the steady flow of liquid when a baby starts to nurse - just like with breast feeding.