Change is hard. Make it easier for your little one with a nipple designed to help transition from breastfeeding to bottle feeding and back. Lansinoh's NaturalWave® nipple supports your baby by promoting the same natural feeding actions they learned while breastfeeding and is clinically proven to reduce nipple confusion.
The nipple is made of soft, flexible silicone and has an air ventilation system to reduce intake air, a potential cause of colic or spit up. Dishwasher safe and BPA/BPS free.
- Promotes natural oral development and clinically proven to reduce nipple confusion
- Made with 100% silicone designed for optimal compression. BPA and BPS Free
- Compatible with Lansinoh® feeding bottle. Available in slow, medium and fast flows
- 2 Lansinoh NaturalWave® Nipples in fast, medium, or slow flow
The feeding nipple can be washed in hot soapy water and rinsed in clean water. Dishwasher safe on top rack only. Safe to clean in a microwave-safe, steam sterilizer bag and special sterilizing machine. Do not clean with solvents or harsh chemicals.
FROM BREASTFEEDING TO BOTTLE & BACK
Designed for breastfed babies
Lansinoh nipples are designed with features to make the transition from breastfeeding to bottle and back easier for your little one. The super-soft and flexible nipple is designed for just the right compression to allow baby to use the same feeding actions they learned while breastfeeding. A wide base and gradual slope allow baby’s mouth to open wide and get a proper latch.
SIMPLIFY YOUR ROUTINE
Compatible with Lansinoh bottles, pumps and storage products. Easy to use and assemble, Lansinoh bottles have only four parts to clean and assemble.
Dishwasher safe for time-saving convenience
What moms want to know
Lansinoh® nipples are made of 100% food-grade silicone.
On the bottom rim of the nipple, the slow-flow nipple reads “Size 2S”, the medium-flow reads “Size 3M” and the fast-flow reads “Size 4L”.
While using our Lansinoh® NaturalWave® Nipples, there is no exact age when you should switch the flow of nipple for your child. The best way to tell is by watching their feeding habits.
For example, if you notice that your child is sucking for a long time but still unable to get milk out as quickly as they used to, then that is an indication that they may need a faster flow nipple.
However, if you do notice that milk is spilling onto the baby’s neck while feeding then that is an indication that they will need a slower flow nipple.
BREASTFEEDING & PUMPING
A Better Way to Give a Bottle: Paced Feeding
Bottles are a convenient way to feed your baby if you need to be apart from your little one but still want them to reap the benefits of breastmilk.