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Glass Baby Bottles are Regaining Popularity Again!
Glass Baby Bottles are becoming more popular than plastic bottles because parents are finding out that they are safer for your baby.
Polycarbonate baby bottles have been tested and found that bisphenol-A migrates from the bottles into the milk. Parents are advised to use glass baby bottles instead of polycarbonate (a clear, shiny, glassy-looking hard plastic). Babies are especially at risk as the amount of toxin ingested is large compared to their body weight. Also a baby's organs are still growing and will be affected more than those of a fully-grown person. For more information, please click here for the Environmental Health Report on Baby Bottles.
The Evenflo Sensitive Response Clear Glass Bottle is designed with Micro Air Vents that let baby get an even flow of liquid and help keep air from entering baby's tummy. Each package includes six clear glass bottles, six natural silicone Stage 1 nipples, six cap rings, six sealing discs, and six nipple covers. The Slow Flow Stage 1 nipples are for 0-3 months. As your baby grows, you can replace the Stage 1 nipples with faster flow ones (sold below). Micro Air Vents allow air to return to the bottle, preventing nipple collapse and keeping air out of baby's tummy. Sensitive Response nipples are soft and flexible; and they adjust to baby's pressure while suckling for the proper flow of liquid.
Available in 8 oz. (240 ml) or 4 oz. (120 ml) bottles. Convenient markings on the side of the bottle allow you to easily measure ounces (in half ounce increments) and milliliters (in 25 ml increments). Comes with white plastic nipple covers which keep the nipple clean for travel. Dishwasher safe (top rack only). Wash and sterilize all parts thoroughly after each use. Nursers and nipples made in Mexico. Limited satisfaction guarantee provided directly by manufacturer. Glass nursers can break; sudden temperature changes can cause such breakage. Scratching nurser with the wire portion of a bottle brush may cause the nurser to break or crack. (shipping weight 3 lbs)
When bottle-feeding your baby, make sure the nipple hole is of the right size. If your child appears to be sucking too hard, you probably need a fast/medium-flow nipple. An overly resistant nipple could collapse under your baby's strong sucking motion. On the other hand, if your baby seems to be sputtering and gulping often, your baby could need a slow-flow nipple. For a newborn, you know the nipple size is right when the milk comes out in a spray for a second or two when the bottle is inverted, and then trickles down to drops. Do not attempt to enlarge the hole in the nipple; this may cause tearing and present a choking hazard.
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