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Anti-Colic Baby Bottle

  • 介绍图片 Anti-inflation off-center milk bottle
  • 介绍图片 Imitation of breast milk design restores breastfeeding angle
  • 介绍图片 Drink milk in a 45-degree sitting position
  • 介绍图片 Growth bottle, accompanying your baby to grow up happily

Advantages of eccentric nipples

Relevant experiments and studies show that the eccentric nipple restores the

breastfeeding angle to a certain extent, and it is flat and unnecessary to look

up when drinking milk, which can effectively protect the baby's cervical spine;

it won't hit the baby's nose when drinking milk, so it's easier for the baby to

accept the nipple.

How do Anti Colic Baby Bottles work?

Anti-colic bottles are designed to prevent babies from choking due to inhaling large amounts of air during feeding.

Many baby bottles are fitted with functional parts designed to help relieve the symptoms of flatulence and colic.
A bottle labeled as anti-colic is design to reduce air swallowed duringfeeds,lessen gas bubbles in the stomach, and slow down food intake. This has the potential to reduce any colicky crying related to gas and overfeeding.
Anti-colic bottle may have:
· Off-centre teat position to reduce pressure on baby's nose
· Imitation teat design simulates real feeding angle
· Valve system
· 45 degree sitting position for easier breastfeeding
· Protect your baby's spine without looking up
· Different teat flow options to help milk flow at the rught speed
Our award winning Combat Colic Bottles feature three unique advanced anti-colic valves to reduce air intake, to prevent painful colic and gas and to provide a continuous, contented feed.

FAQs about Anti Colic Baby Bottles

1. How often should the pacifier be changed?
It is recommended to change the pacifier once every two months, as frequent heating of the pacifier can lead to deterioration, as well as the baby chewing on the pacifier which can lead to breakage.
2. How to clean and sterilise baby bottles?
Firstly, wash the bottles in warm water and then sterilise the accessories in boiling water or by steam for 3 to 5 minutes. It is important that the bottles do not touch the bottom or the walls of the pot to avoid deforming them due to the high temperature.
3. How to choose a teat?
The flow rate of the teat aperture varies according to the baby's stage of growth and 
development. Therefore, the teat should be selected according to the baby's age, which is 
more in line with the baby's growth and development needs.
4. Why is the bottle body light yellow?
The bottle is made of PPSU, a safe and edible material that does not contain harmful 
substances such as BPA. The light yellow colour is the colour of the material itself, so it is 
safe to use.
5. How to prevent baby from choking milk and flatulence?
① Choose a pacifier with the right size hole. Do not use pacifiers with too large a discharge 
hole to prevent choking caused by milk flowing too fast or too much air being carried into 
the baby's stomach.
② Choose a bottle with an anti-colic hole to ensure that the air pressure inside and outside 
the bottle is consistent, which prevents babies from inhaling air when drinking milk and 
prevents colic caused by flatulence in the baby's stomach.

Product name Anti-Colic Baby Bottle
Components Dust cap, nipple, threaded cap, handle, PPSU bottle, storage lid
Model YB-0010/YB-0011
Capacity 160ML/240ML

1. Do not use a microwave to heat prepared milk or heat water for preparing milk.
2. Please use the water that is boiled and cooled to 70°C.
3. After adding appropriate amounts of water and milk powder to the bottle, screw the nipple ring fitted with the nipple onto the bottle and tighten it gently without covering the bottle cap, and shake the bottle from side to side until the milk powder is completely dissolved.
4. Shaking the bottle up and down may cause the liquid in the bottle to spray out and result in burns.
5. If the bottle is covered with the bottle cap and shaken, the pressure in the bottle will rise due to high temperature and may cause the liquid in the bottle to leak or spray out.
6. After milk preparation, cover the bottle with the dust cap if the liquid is too hot and not suitable for the baby to drink, and cool the liquid in the bottle down to an appropriate temperature with flowing water or cold water.
7. Use the flowing water to flush the body of the bottle instead of directly flushing the nipple and the dust cap.
8. Before feeding, drip a few drops of liquid on the wrist to test and confirm the temperature.