Bare® air-free baby bottle uses a patent-pending fluid dispensing technology with moving parts (similar to a syringe) to maintain an air-free environment inside the bottle without air vents to help minimize gas/colic in babies due to air ingestion. Bare® also features an expandable nipple to resemble mechanics of breastfeeding in addition to shape, texture, movement, storage and delivery of milk.
The synergistic effect of combining these innovations allows baby to control the milk flow with sucking strength. Air-plug technology helps prevent contamination by minimizing backwash into the bottle, reducing bacteria-growth to help keep milk fresh longer for healthier feedings.
Because Bare® works with suction as opposed to gravity (like all other bottles), Bare® is the only baby bottle that can feed in any position including upright. Pediatricians recommend upright feeding to:
• Help prevent gas, colic, fuss & spit-ups
• Calm acid reflux/GERD symptoms
• Help prevent ear infections
• Encourage proper feeding posture
• Promote self-feeding
• Stimulate bottle weaning
• Improve transition to cups
The BARE Perfe-latch nipple features different size orifices on its tip to dispense different flow rates controlled by the baby’s sucking strength. With weaker suction (i.e. a newborn’s) only the larger orifice dispenses (the large orifice is about the orifice of a standard newborn nipple). With stronger suction (i.e. a 10 month old baby) all the other smaller orifices dispense (like the mom’s nipple). The short tip stimulates baby to create a wide latch onto the areola part of the nipple, not just the tip. Once a seal is established and baby initiates suction, the short nipple extends inside the baby’s mouth, much like mom’s nipple.
In an independent trial, we found that babies with diagnosed Acid Reflux and GERDS showed up to 95% of symptoms improved after feeding with Bare® for a couple of days. Some babies were even taken off the GERDS medication prescribed by their doctors. See some of the testimonials here https://www.bittylab.com/Bare_testimonials.html. In the same trial, babies who were never able to breastfeed (due to a variety of issues such as mom’s low milk supply, poor latching, nipple confusion, etc.) learned, by using Bare, to latch on the breast and were able to reinstate breastfeeding even after 3-4 months.
Information presented on this website does not replace physician in-person evaluation and treatment. These products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.