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A better nipple for breastfed babies. The Lansinoh® NaturalWave™ Nipple is clinically proven to reduce nipple confusion. Based on more than 50 years of research, the NaturalWave™ Nipple enables baby to engage in the same natural sucking actions learned at the breast allowing for a smooth transition from breast to bottle and back again.
The Lansinoh Difference
Babies feed using peristaltic tongue motion, a wavelike action that extracts milk. Our 100% silicone nipple is made from the softest, most flexible silicone available, enabling baby to replicate this natural feeding action.
The NaturalWave® Nipple is clinically proven to reduce artificial nipple preference in established breastfed babies so moms don't have to worry about nipple confusion.
A better nipple for breastfed babies. The Lansinoh® NaturalWave™ Nipple is clinically proven to reduce nipple confusion.
- Clinically proven to reduce nipple preference in established breastfed babies.
- Encourages natural oral development.
- Enables baby to use feeding actions learned at the breast.
- Air Ventilation System (AVS™) reduces intake of gas, a potential cause of colic or spit up.
- Fewer parts – easy to assemble & clean.
- NaturalWave™ Nipple is 100 % silicone, soft, flexible and designed for optimal compression.
- BPA and BPS Free.
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