Our bottle warmer is perfect for warming up your baby’s homemade formula or breastmilk. Just place the bottle inside, set the temperature and time, and let it do its job. Ideal for babies on a feeding plan (at-home meal service) and when using baby formula
The 6 in 1 Bottle Warmer is a multifunctional baby bottle warmer that can be used not only to warm baby bottles and food jars, but also as a sterilizer, steam cleaner, nipple warmer and sterilizer warmer.
Which Milk Bottle is Best for The Baby?
Feeding bottles for your little ones: Nourishment at its best
- Philips Avent Feeding Bottle. …
- Pigeon Peristaltic Medium Nipple KPP Nursing Bottle. …
- Chicco 250ml Wellbeing PP Bottle. …
- Comotomo Baby Bottle. …
- Dr. …
- Mee Mee Premium Glass Feeding Bottle.
Baby Corn is a microwave or steamer bottle warmer for breast milk or formula milk and baby food, which is made of high quality safe materials, BPA free, and easy to use. Baby corn is the best solutions for mothers who are on the go, especially with newborns.
This heating pad is designed to fit your baby’s bottles, so you don’t have to worry about spills, burns or breakage. The warmer heats milk or formula rapidly and evenly to preserve freshness, nutrition and flavor.
It can keep the breast milk warm for baby first meal or water. You can select the suitable temperature to warm your baby bottle. From 4℃ to 150℃, a range of needs
With the milk bottle warmer, you can warm your baby’s milk bottles quickly and safely without any worries.
Best Baby Bottles for Newborns
You can feed your baby breast milk or infant formula from a bottle. If you choose to feed your baby using a bottle, he or she will need to learn how to drink from a bottle. It can take some time for your baby to get used to it.
Keeping your bottle feeding supplies clean is very important to keep germs from getting into the milk or infant formula you feed your baby. This includes the bottles and nipples, rings, caps, and any valves or membranes that are part of the bottle.
Learn more about how to clean your baby’s bottles and other feeding supplies.
Did You Know?
Don’t put cereal or other food in a bottle.
Putting infant cereal or other solid foods in your baby’s bottle will not make him or her sleep longer and could increase your baby’s risk of choking.
- Pick a time when your baby is calm and not too hungry or full.
- Start by offering your baby small amounts of breast milk or infant formula in the bottle. You can offer more if he or she is showing signs of hunger until you figure out how much your baby usually eats in a feeding from the bottle.
- If you are breastfeeding, your baby may be more willing to take a bottle from someone other than you.
How to bottle feed:
- Position the bottle at an angle rather than straight up and down so the milk only comes out when your baby sucks.
- Let your baby take breaks from drinking when he or she seems to want them.
- Watch your baby for cues that he or she is full, and then stop, even if the bottle is not empty.
Things to remember:
- Give your baby only breast milk or infant formula in a bottle.
- Hold your baby close when you feed him or her a bottle.
- Do not prop or leave the bottle in your baby’s mouth. This can increase your baby’s risk of choking, ear infections, and tooth decay. Your baby may also eat more than he or she needs.
- Do not put your baby to bed with a bottle. Milk can pool around the baby’s teeth and this can cause tooth decay.
- Do not force your baby to finish the bottle if your baby is showing signs of fullness as this can lead to your baby eating more than he or she needs.