Backed by over 60 years of research into baby’s natural sucking behavior, the new upgraded Pigeon SofTouch Nursing Bottles launched in 2022 come with a research-based latch-on line for appropriate latching, and an even softer nipple that is closest to the mother’s breast.
Developed to functionally mimic the feeding movements that babies perform when drinking from mum’s breasts, SofTouch Nursing Bottles are crafted to especially support breastfeeding mums to feed their baby from both breast and bottle seamlessly.
Anti-colic with an advanced air vent system that minimizes swallowed air as baby drinks. Have more peace of mind and enjoy the treasured moments with your little one!
Made from T-Ester, innovative material exclusive to Pigeon, that has excellent glass-like clarity for better visibility, as well as high resistance to UV degradation, making it UV sterilizer friendly*. It is the clear choice for your quality feeding time.
The opening of the nipple is round-cut which allows milk to flow out consistently and gradually. Newborns have yet to develop any jaw muscles, thus the nipple is designed to support their sucking ability at this age. *For bottles only.
Available in 2 sizes – 200ml, 300ml. Compatible with SofTouch™ nipple.
For 0+ months and above. 200ml comes with SS size nipple specially designed for newborn babies.
For 3+ months and above. 300ml comes with M size nipple that has a Y-cut opening on the nipple.
How to clean the products:
Immediately after use, rinse in warm water and wash using a Pigeon Liquid Cleanser. Use a sponge brush to wash plastic bottles.
Thoroughly wash the nipple, bottle, cap, and hood, and place in water. Bring the water to a boil. Sterilize for 5 minutes after the water comes to a boil.
Chemical sterilization and microwave sterilization are possible.
Use sterilizing products specifically for baby bottles and nipples. Follow the instructions in the user’s manual for these products. With chemical sterilization, the printing on the bottle may fade.
Follow the instructions in the user’s manual provided by the manufacturer of the UV sterilizer. It is recommended to replace the product when it starts to discolor and/or turn cloudy.
*for bottle only
#The white and brown dots are the characteristics of the T-ester material; thus they are unavoidable and harmless to the babies. We would like to assure you that our T-ester Nursing Bottles have undergone strict compliance hygiene tests on food contact materials in accordance with the regulation laws of European Standard (EN14350) to conform to the highest quality standards and are safe for their intended use.
Lifespan of product
For the silicone nipple, rotate the use of 2 or more nipples for about 2 months before replacing them (boiling, steam, and chemical). If you see any stubborn milk stains, scratches, or discoloration on the Nipple, it is an indication to consider changing to new nursing bottles.
Recommend to change nursing bottles (applicable to all types of materials if using boiling, steam & chemical sterilization) every 6-12 months for hygiene purposes. If using UV Sterilization as the main method of sterilization, may subject the material to premature aging, especially if it is subjected to repeated sterilization.
Therefore, we recommend you replace the product when it starts to discolor and/or turns cloudy.
*Global Baby Bottles Market 2021, Global Info Research.
*Refers to thermal shock resistance
• PPSU is widely used in manufacturing medical and food-contact products. The color of the bottle is the natural color of this material.
• Bottle is made from Polyphenylsulfone (PPSU) material with high heat resistance and excellent durability
• Global No.1* Nursing Bottle Brand, trusted by mums around the world
• Improved softness that is closest to mum’s breast
• Newly added Latch-On Line guides mother and baby to appropriate latch position
• Anti-Colic, Advanced air vent system reduces intake of gas which causes colic
• Easier to hold bottle design
• BPA/BPS Free
• Born from over 60 years of extensive research on 3 key factors of a baby’s natural sucking behavior: