less spit-up


Less spit-up #SuperheroMom: When a Mom takes matters into her own hands to stop her baby’s pain. Put your hands together for Amanda!! #SuperheroMom feeds her baby in an upright position to stop reflux, gas, and colic.
“Upright feeding is amazing. Thank you again for your amazing bottles”

~ Amanda P.

Less spit-up

“Thank you for your amazing bottles. My little one has been on different formulas and has had problems with gas spitting up and acid reflux we have to thicken her formula with cereal to help with it. After giving these bottles a try she has less spit up and also less gas and stomach issues …. these bottles are worth every penny spent…. thank you”

~ Amanda P.

Why different formulas didn’t work?

Spit-up could be a symptom of reflux, allergies, or spoiled milk. Moms can help eliminate spit-ups by cutting on the most obvious issues such as spoiled milk. Very few babies are actually allergic to their own mom’s breastmilk. However, the baby’s digestion often does not agree with certain foods. If you are breastfeeding and your baby is spit-up after the meals, try cutting the following foods from your diet: eggs, oranges, peanuts, and dairy. Eliminating these common foods from your diets should take care of the spit-ups if, —and only if— your baby is allergic to those. If the spit-up is caused by the air introduction from traditional bottles, then different diets or different formulas won’t make a difference.

Minimizing spit-up by eliminating air-swallowing

Enter Bare® Air-free feeding system. Bare® Air-free is a device based on the function of syringes. Without air-vent or disposable bags, Bare® allows you to expel all the air out —like a syringe— and feeds the baby air-free milk. The unique design works against gravity, which allows the infant to sit in 100% vertical-upright position, with face tipped down and feed with suction, as opposed to gravity. Therefore, babies have full control over the flow and pace. This trifecta of benefits has been clinically proven to significantly lower symptoms of spit-up, colic, gas, GER, and GERD.