Having discussed the benefits of organic formula for your baby’s nutrition, let’s now move on to choosing the right baby bottles to complement their feeding experience.
When selecting baby bottles, it boils down to two key factors: the type of bottle and the materials they’re made of.
Standard Bottles: These are your everyday, no-frills bottles that are dependable and budget friendly.
Anti-Colic Bottles: These are designed to prevent babies from swallowing air while feeding, helpful if your baby experiences gas or colic.
Self-Sterilizing Bottles: These can be easily sterilized in the microwave for convenience.
Disposable Bottles: They’re ready to use but can be less cost-effective and not environmentally friendly with frequent use.
When it comes to materials for baby bottles, you usually have two options: glass and plastic.
● Glass baby bottles are strong but heavy and can break if they fall.
● Plastic bottles are lightweight, won’t shatter, and many are free of BPA.