World Breastfeeding Week Giveaway

Your breasts don’t have air-vents, why should baby bottles?

One of the most important items on your baby’s products list is the baby bottle. Whether you are breastfeeding or strictly bottle feeding, a baby bottle is a device that will deliver food to your bundle of joy, therefore your research has to be thorough.

Ad_4ozSingleA must-have is Bare® Air-Free Baby Bottles. These bottles are created using a patented Air-Free Feeding System which works like a syringe to expel the air inside the bottle before feeding baby and keeps it out as baby feeds. If you are breastfeeding, the Perfe-latch® nipple works in synergy to mimic the breasts’ flow resistance and suckling motion, to help reduce nipple confusion for moms who pump! If you are bottle-fedding, Stop feeding your baby air and nip gas and reflux symptoms in the bud with Bare® Air-free bottles with Easy-latch nipple.

Perfe-latch® supports and promotes breastfeeding: The short tip motivates baby to create a deep/wide latch onto the areola part of the nipple. Once a seal is established and baby initiates suction, the short nipple extends inside the baby’s mouth. Bare’s technology prevents easy feeding, the baby needs to create suction in order to feed. Between the deep/wide latch + feeding upon suction only + flow-control technology the baby makes a very similar exercise as with the breast thus preventing nipple confusion and bottle preference.

Easy-latch® nipple, the easiest to latch on: And more standard in shape, makes it easier for a bottle-fed baby to create a closed latch to further prevent air-swallowing. Statistics show that 2 out of 3 babies born in the US will suffer from GER (Gastroesophageal Reflux) the first 4 months*, therefore you need to make sure your baby bottle addresses this issue. If you are breastfeeding, common sense tells you that the more similar the bottle to the breast the less confusion the baby will have.

Key features that you should know when considering a bottle that can help ease your baby’s reflux symptoms:

  • Bare is the only bottle that feeds in upright position
  • Bare is the only bottle that delivers air-free milk
  • Bare lets the baby create the suction and control the flow and pace of which he feeds.

The combination of these 3 benefits results in the elimination of reflux symptoms by up to 95%** In fact, see for yourself in the video below!

 

Where to Buy Bare® Air-Free Baby Bottles

To try Bare® for your little one, be sure to check your local Babies “R” Us store by finding a location here: https://www.bittylab.com/bare-in-babies-r-us-stores/ or by shopping online here: https://www.bittylab.com/shop/

Breastfeed with Bare® Giveaway!

Did you you know? World Breastfeeding Week is August 1-7 this year, and we would love you to celebrate with Bare®! Here’s your chance to WIN an awesome Bare® Air-Free Baby Bottles starter set for you and your baby! Winner can choose between the Bare® Air-free Starter Set w/ Perfe-latch® nipple (designed for breastfed babies) or the Bare® Air-free Starter Set w/ Easy-latch® nipple (for bottle-fed babies), both a $59.99 retail value! You will need to let us know which one you’d like if you are chosen as a winner. Enter below:

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Resources:
* https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/health-topics/digestive-diseases/ger-and-gerd-in-infants/Pages/overview.aspx
** 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. In the same trial, babies who were never able to breastfeed (due to numerous 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.

Prize provided and mailed by Bare® Air-Free Baby Bottles. Giveaway period: 7/11/16 – 8/11/16 and ends at 11:59PM EST. Winner will be notified by email. For inquiries, please contact [email protected]

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