Air-free feeding

Air-free helps prevent gas, colic, and GER symptoms

Air-free means there’s no air or empty space inside the container where the milk resides.

  • The Air-plug® allows you to expel all air out before each feeding, like a syringe
  • When your baby creates suction, the Air-plug® moves automatically to dispense air-free milk.
  • Minimizes air ingestion while feeding to help prevent gas, colic and GER symptoms
  • The baby controls the flow for a more natural feeding

True air-free milk means less GER symptoms

Studies show that babies fed with traditional vented or bag-bottles are more likely to develop gastroesophageal reflux than breastfed babies. Even when the same mother’s breastmilk is the content in these bottles. A clinical study shows that by simply eliminating air from inside the feeding device resulted in a vast improvement on all 100% of babies in the study.

For this reason, Bare® Air-free is not a traditional bottle; it is a syringe! Syringes eradicate air from the contents that are injected directly into the veins, so the medicine is air-free. Furthermore, Bare® Air-free works with suction as opposed to gravity; therefore, you don’t need to tip Bare® to feed. Watch the instructional video to learn how to use it.

Additionally, lifestyle changes can further improve this condition. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends holding the baby in an upright position while feeding, and after feeding for about 20-30 minutes.

Reflux baby

Air-swallowing worsen gas, colic, and GER

Air-vents are bad for babies
  • Traditional baby bottles infiltrate and retain air, which mixes with the milk and causes air-swallowing ending in gas-build-up
  • Baby bottles work with gravity and need to be turned upside-down to feed. This forces the baby into a horizontal feeding position which induces acid regurgitation while feeding
  • Free flow and easy feeding from baby bottles lead to breastfeeding disruption, overfeeding and obesity

Bare® vs. the air-vented bottles