Pacifier silicone flat head 0+m are also BPA-free and non-toxic, making them a safe choice for babies.
They are also easy to clean and sterilize.
Features of a pacifier silicone flat head 0+m:
- Made of soft, food-grade silicone that is BPA-free and non-toxic
- Flat nipple to reduce pressure on the baby’s gums and teeth
- Easy to clean and sterilize
- Suitable for newborns and babies up to 6 months old
Benefits of using a pacifier silicone flat head 0+m:
- Helps to soothe and calm babies
- May help to reduce the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)
- Can help to promote self-soothing in babies
- May help to reduce the risk of dental problems
How to use a pacifier silicone flat head 0+m:
- Wash the pacifier thoroughly before using it for the first time.
- Offer the pacifier to your baby when they are fussy or crying.
- If your baby does not accept the pacifier, try offering it at another time.
- Do not force the pacifier into your baby’s mouth.
- Replace the pacifier every 2-3 months, or sooner if it shows signs of wear and tear.
Cleaning and care instructions for a pacifier silicone flat head 0+m:
- Wash the pacifier thoroughly after each use.
- You can wash the pacifier by hand or in the dishwasher.
- To wash the pacifier by hand, use warm soapy water and a soft sponge.
- To wash the pacifier in the dishwasher, place it on the top rack.
- Do not boil the pacifier or sterilize it in the microwave.
Safety tips for using a pacifier silicone flat head 0+m:
- Always supervise your baby while they are using the pacifier.
- Make sure that the pacifier is not damaged before using it.
- Do not tie the pacifier around your baby’s neck.
- Do not use honey or other sweet substances on the pacifier, as this can cause tooth decay.
- It is important to note that not all babies will accept a pacifier.
- If your baby does not accept a pacifier, there is no need to force it.
- Pacifiers should not be used as a substitute for feeding. If your baby is fussy or crying, offer them a feeding instead of a pacifier.
- It is also important to limit the amount of time that your baby uses a pacifier each day. The American
- Academy of Paediatrics recommends that babies use a pacifier for no more than 2 hours per day.