Our favorite brand of baby bottles, Philips Avent, has renamed its Classic+ bottle to reflect the anti-colic benefits it has always had. Meet the Philips Avent Anti-colic bottle, clinically proven to reduce colic and discomfort:*
You know we're huge fans of Philips Avent. You can read more about my feeding journey with my son and why we choose Philips Avent among the sea of options here. One of our biggest challenges was and continues to be, acid reflux. Therefore, I am always interested in feeding innovations that minimize my baby's discomfort. When I learned that the Philips Avent Anti-colic bottle is proven to reduce fussiness, especially at night (60% less!*), I was all ears. Now that we're onto a whole new set of challenges, like sleeping, I'd like to eliminate feeding as the source of restlessness.
Philips Avent Anti-colic bottles have a unique "Airflex Venting System." The valve, integrated into the nipple, flexes to allow air into the bottle, preventing vacuum build-up, and reducing the amount of air that gets into baby's tummy. This helps minimize spit-up, burping, and gas. The super soft silicone nipples are available in different flow rates for babies of all ages.
One of my favorite things about Philips Avent bottles is that with only a few parts, rounded edges and a wide neck, the bottles are easy to clean thoroughly, ensuring more hygienic, healthier feeding. Also a bonus: the Anti-colic bottle works interchangeably with most other Philips Avent feeding products from breastfeeding to sippy cup, allowing you to customize the bottle for your baby's growth and changing needs. The bottles are also very lightweight, which allows my son to easily handle the bottle on his own and they don't leak! Color options include clear, pink or blue, depending on your preference. We're partial to the blue (wink, wink).
With a long list of new mom concerns, I'm happy to check "colic" off my list. Philips Avent Anti-colic bottles are my latest mom must-have and I'm happy to recommend them.
*At 2 weeks of age babies fed with a Philips Avent bottle showed a trend to less colic than babies fed with a conventional bottle and a trend toward less fussing at night than babies fed with another leading vented bottle.
This post is sponsored by Philips Avent.