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Product description

Philips Avent SCF657/35 Natural First Flow Nipple is designed to make it easy to combine breast and bottle feeding. The wide breast-shape nipple with a flexible spiral tip and unique comfort petals make the nipple softer and more flexible to promote natural latch-on. The petals also reinforce the shape of the nipple to prevent it from collapsing in baby's mouth so your baby can feed contentedly and without interruption. The soft nipple design mimics the feel of the breast. The nipple's shape encourages the same tongue movements suckling babies use when breastfeeding, so transition between the two is less confusing for your baby. The First Flow Nipple is designed for preemies and newborns and features a controlled, slow flow. The Natural nipple features twin anti-colic valves that work to make feeding more comfortable for babies. During feeding, the valves release air back into the bottle rather than into your baby's tummy, which reduces colic and discomfort. These nipples are made of soft, durable silicone, which is odorless and flavorless. The nipples can be sterilized in any Philips Avent steam sterilizer, boiled for five minutes, or washed in the dishwasher.


From the manufacturer

First Flow Newborn Flow Slow Flow Medium Flow Fast Flow Variable Flow
First Flow Newborn Flow Slow Flow Medium Flow Fast Flow Variable Flow
Months 0m 0m+ 1m+ 3m+ 6m+ 3m+
Feeding guide Ideal for preemies and newborns Ideal for newborns and breastfed babies of all ages Ideal for newborns and breastfed babies of all ages For babies 3 months of age and up Faster flow for babies 6 months of age and up Adjusting slot to accomodate thicker liquids

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