Feeding Bottle

Rebecca Siggers

Important Things to Consider Before Choosing a Baby Feeding Bottle 

Feeding Bottle

As a new mom, you may be cherishing each moment with your baby. You may be capturing each beautiful moment on your camera, clicking selfies, and creating memories that last a lifetime.  There are times when you have to readjust and make positive changes to your routine for the sake of your baby.

No matter if you are a working mother, a socially active mom, or a mom who needs a little assistance to make parenting smooth and easy,. Vega Baby & Mom understands that juggling through changes and responsibilities can be overwhelming sometimes, but some products make this transition a smooth one. There are plenty of unique ways that will save parents’ time and help them maintain a fine balance between their choices and responsibilities with the help of the right products.

Baby feeding is one such important aspect of a baby’s growth journey, and a few products like baby feeding bottles could help both parents and babies alike. We at Vega Baby & Mom understand that breastfeeding is best for your baby and support parents through it. Well-crafted feeding bottles ease the process of feeding babies for working mothers or mothers who are witnessing a lifestyle change.
Nursing mothers can also express breast milk using a breast pump and store it in the freezer for later use.

According to the Breastfeeding Promotion Network of India, the following are ways to store and feed expressed breastmilk to babies:

Choosing the right feeding bottle helps parents, co-parents or other members of the family feed babies easily. It helps make sure the baby is well-fed, content, and healthy.

Features Parents Need to See While Choosing a Feeding Bottle

Feeding Bottle

1. Bottle Material

There is no doubt that all food-contact items should be safe and durable. The quality of the feeding bottles should be the utmost priority for parents while they look for a feeding bottle.

Choosing the right bottle material is important, as choosing a safe material will prevent your baby’s exposure to harmful chemicals and microplastics. Look for non-toxic, BPA/BPS-free feeding bottles that are considered safe. It is generally advised to choose tritan or steel feeding bottles for the same reasons. You can choose the Vega Baby & Mom Tritan Feeding Bottle for your baby.

These Tritan feeding bottles have a glass-like finish and are transparent, scratch-resistant, and shatterproof. You can also go for a steel feeding bottle; these are made from high-quality, premium 304-grade jointless stainless steel material. These are BPA-free, safe and highly durable materials in the long run.

2. Nipple Material

The nipple is not just a component of a feeding bottle; it is the first thing that reaches the baby’s mouth while you introduce them to a feeding bottle. When choosing a nipple for your baby, choose an ultra-soft, silicone nipple that is made from medical-grade liquid silicone and is safe for your baby.  Vega Baby & Mom has natural-feeling nipples that mimic the feel of natural feeding and ensure that the bottle is happily accepted by babies.

3. Bottle Shape & Size

Newborns generally require smaller feeding bottles, but as they grow, their milk intake increases gradually. So consider the milk-drinking capacity of your baby and choose the bottle size accordingly. Vega Baby and Mom offers different sizes in both tritan and steel feeding bottles to choose from.

Feeding Bottle

4. Nipple Shape & Size

Parents often miss paying attention to the shape and size of the baby feeding nipple; however, it is an important thing to look for. Nipple shapes that are similar to a mother’s breast are happily accepted by babies and prevent nipple confusion. There are various nipples available on the market in various sizes, depending on the age and milk intake of the baby.

5. Anti-Colic Mechanism

One of the most important aspects to look for in a feeding bottle is the anti-colic mechanism. It is a prerequisite for all feeding bottles. Nipples with an anti-colic valve reduce colic discomfort and gas in babies and make the feeding experience a joyful and comfortable one.


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