05 Sep Top 4 Baby Milk Bottles of 2019
They say that breastmilk is still best for babies up to two years and some mothers opt to feed their babies formula milk somewhere in the middle of that time span.
That being said, one cannot argue the value of baby milk bottles, especially since they are used to help dispense milk to the parents’ babies.
Now, there are plenty of different configurations out there and first-time parents might find it hard to choose the best one for their newborn.
So, in this article, I will talk about the top 4 baby milk bottles which I think should be in consideration if you are looking for ones that you can use on your baby. So, without further ado, let’s get on with the list, shall we?
Comotomo Natural Feel Baby Bottles
The first one on the list is the priciest among the bunch which is sold at $14 a bottle, but you can get a 2-pc for just $21. Anyway, the reason why this particular milk bottle was given a huge nod from me is the fact that a lot of mothers (and even their babies) actually love this product.
Its 3-inch nipple base provides a more natural feel and the bottle itself is contoured in a way that makes it easier for babies to hold it on their own. You could say that the company has made huge improvements over other baby milk bottle manufacturers out there, simply because they have found a way to make it seem that it is the real thing for babies.
The bottle has a pretty good venting mechanism which prevents gas buildup during feeding. It is BPA-free and it is also free from phthalates and lead as well.
Philips AVENT Natural Baby Bottles
This product line has actually been around for so many years now and it continues to evolve in a way that takes into account new trends in the industry. The reason why this is one of the most popular baby bottles out there is the fact that it is quite cheap at $4 or $5 per bottle.
That being said, do not be fooled by its inexpensive price as it actually comes with amazing features as well. It has a twin-valve venting system that prevents babies to take in additional gas or colic.
Its base allows for easier cleaning and the bottles themselves are free of BPA and other harmful chemicals.
MAM Anti-Colic Baby Bottles
One of the things that all babies may not like is the nipple of the baby bottle. Fortunately, MAM has done their research in providing a nipple that, according to their findings, is accepted by 94% of the babies.
Aside from being relatively inexpensive at $6/bottle, their bottle’s nipple is actually quite soft with a little bit of texture that resembles their mother’s breast when given a bit of pressure.
The natural look and feel of the nipple is its standout feature, but I would argue that their base needs to be updated to make it so much easier for babies to hold.
Joovy BOOB PPSU
This company provides plenty of different baby milk bottle options, but I am going to focus more on the PPSU variant. Specifically, this variant is made out of BPA-free, gray-tinted plastic that is invulnerable to staining or discoloration.
Aside from that, they actually employ a ring-type ventilation system which ensures that there will be minimal gas build-up. The contours of the bottle are also quite good as babies can hold them without supervision or support.