Bibs Pacifiers are a Must HAVE!
BIBS De Lux is a new and exclusive design take of the iconic BIBS Colour pacifier. It comes with an elegant hidden gathering in an enhanced matte finish for a Premium look. The cherry shaped nipple and matte lightweight shield is designed to imitate the shape of a mother's breast.
It is recommended by midwifes to support natural breastfeeding as both the specific length and shape of BIBS Colour gives the baby the right sucking technique at the breast. The round lightweight shield faces away from the baby's face to facilitate a supply of air to the sensitive skin around baby's mouth.
- The center of the pacifier is perfect for name engraving.
- Recommended by midwifes to support natural breastfeeding.
- Recommended for children aged 0-36 months.
- The nipple is produced from natural rubber latex or silicone. The rubber is a natural material and therefore slight color variations may occur.
- The shield is made of 100 percent food safe polypropylene (PP). Completely free from BPA, PVC and phthalates.
- Available in Size 1 and Size 2.
- Size 1 & 2 is suitable for new-borns.
- Also available in night version with glow in the dark handle.
- Designed and manufactured in Denmark/EU.
For hygienic reasons, we recommend replacing pacifiers every 4-6 weeks.
FOR YOUR BABY's SAFETY
Do always inspect the product carefully before each use. Especially when the baby has teeth. Pull the pacifier in all directions.
Discard it at the first sign of damage or weakness. Only use dedicated pacifier holders tested to EN 12586. Never attach other ribbons or cords to a pacifier, your baby may be strangled by them. The pacifier is not allowed to be stored in direct sunlight.
HOW TO CLEAN YOUR PACIFIERS?
We often get inquiries from parents who have doubts about how to clean the pacifiers. There are a lot of more or less qualified advice on how and how often you clean pacifier - so it is with good reason if you feel confused.
We will review how to properly clean the pacifiers, how often they need to be cleaned, and finally kill a couple of swaying myths about cleaning pacifiers.