Are Tommee Tippee bottles safe?

All Tommee Tippee bottles are BPA-free. They’re made of a plastic called polypropylene that’s lightweight, easy to clean, and completely safe. BPA – that’s (CH₃)₂C(C₆H₄OH)₂ for you science geeks – is a chemical that’s been used in some plastics since the 1960s and it’s believed to mess around with your hormones.

Are all Tommee Tippee bottles the same?

But it’s pretty common for a baby to be perfectly content with one teat size the whole time they’re bottle feeding, but the flow rate will need to change over time as they develop. All Tommee Tippee teats are the same size, but with different flow options.

Is Tommee Tippee bottle Ppsu?

Made from polyphenylsulfone (PPSU), these baby bottles are highly durable, and heat-resistant and won’t retain odours or stains left behind by breast milk or formula. With our super soft, breast-like teat and built-in anti-colic valve, it could just be the best thing for baby, since you!

Are glass or silicone bottles better?

Glass bottles won’t leach toxic chemicals into your baby’s milk and they last longer than plastic, but they’re more expensive, heavier and may be prone to shattering (depending on the brand). The good news: you can buy silicone sleeves that slip over the bottles to help prevent breakage.

Why do Tommee Tippee bottles go yellow?

Baby bottles that are made of plastic have a tendency to turn yellow because of their contents, fat deposits, and changes in temperature.

Are Tommee Tippee bottles for newborns?

Inspired by mom, designed by experts. Our 5oz and 9oz bottles each come complete with a slow flow nipple, ideal for newborns. Our 11oz bottles each come complete with a medium flow nipple, ideal for babies 3m+.

How long do Tommee Tippee bottles last?

If you are using a Tommee Tippee steriliser, your bottles will remain sterilised for 24 hours.

What is the difference between PP and PPSU?

PP stands for polypropylene. Bottles made from PP are light in weight, slightly opaque in colour and intended for low to regular use. PPSU stands for polyphenylsulfone. It is a medical grade plastic that is naturally honey toned and quite hard wearing.

Is Tommee Tippee bottles anti colic?

Tommee Tippee Anti-Colic Baby Bottles, 260ml, Pack of 3 – Boots.

Do Tommee Tippee bottles leak?

This allows air to flow up the straw and out of a small air hole. If water is too hot when you put it in the bottle, milk can enter the straw and travel up to the air hole on the screw ring, causing a leak. The solution is to let the water cool for a while after it’s boiled, before you pour it in.

How often should you replace Tommee Tippee bottles?

every two months
We recommend changing your bottle teats every two months. And you should change them immediately if they’re damaged, weak or have been bitten by tiny teeth.

Is Tommee Tippee bottles anti-colic?

Can I boil Tommee Tippee bottles?

Can you boil bottles to sterilize them? Yes you can. You’ll need to make sure that bottles, nipples and other baby feeding items are submerged in boiling water for at least 10 minutes. If you use this method regularly the heat may damage some items more quickly so you may need to replace them more often.

Can I put boiling water in Tommee Tippee bottles?

Never pour boiling water into the bottles but equally don’t let the water sit in the kettle for longer than 30 minutes. Pour the amount of water according to the formula instructions into your bottle.

Is Tritan better than PP?

From the view of chemical resistance, Tritan water bottle perform better than PP water bottle. Tritan water bottle will not be corroded by chemical substances, even using various detergents for cleaning and disinfection but PP water bottle does not have this performance.

How often should you replace bottle teats?

every 3 months
Once you’ve found a teat your little one is comfortable with, it’s best to change bottle teats every 3 months to ensure they remain in good condition. If you spot a crack anywhere, you’ll need to change it over straight away.