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Pacifier BIBS Colour latex

  • Pacifier BIBS Colour latex

    Code: BIBS-L-Sage

    18+ mons

  • Our Colour pacifier is the original BIBS pacifier and has been on the market for over 40 years. It has the signature round BIBS shield with three vent holes and round BIBS engraved handle ring.

    The nipple is round and resembles the shape and size of the mother's breast to provide comfort to your baby.

    Available in natural rubber latex.
    Recommended by midwives to support natural breastfeeding.
    Also available in a night version with glow in the dark handle.
    The shield is made of 100% food-safe material. Completely free from BPA, PVC, and phthalates.
    Designed and manufactured in Denmark/EU.

    Before first use (when you take the pacifier out of the packaging), sterilize the pacifier by putting it in plenty of boiling water for 5 minutes (like in a pot on the stove where the water will be boiling for the entire 5 min.) Remember to keep an eye on the water level when boiling so that the shield does not burn on the pot. This only applies before first use.

    When cleaning the pacifier subsequently, follow these three simple steps:

    Put the pacifiers in a clean bowl. Pour them with plenty of boiling water.
    Let the pacifiers soak for approx. 5 min.
    Pick them up and let them dry on a clean towel. 
    After cleaning it is not unusual that water remains in the nipple. This is due to the fact that all our pacifier nipples are equipped with a valve, letting out air when the baby closes down on the nipple. This ventilation system causes the air from inside the nipple to be pushed out through the valve thereby flattening the nipple to shape naturally after the baby's oral cavity. The valve is also the reason why water can be present inside the nipple after cleaning and sterilization. If this is the case, simply just squeeze the nipple flat to press out the excess water. If water drops remain in the nipple, just let the pacifier air-dry.

    Do not cook!

    Pacifiers are not meant to be boiled and are therefore destroyed by the high heat. Instead, follow the instructions above, and you are sure to kill the bacteria without compromising the durability of the pacifier.