Dr Brown's Natural Flow Bottle Reviews
Product Type: Dr Brown's kids equipment
Newest Review: ... a special mechanism inside it which will help to reduce colic symptoms by filtering air away from the teat so your baby won't ... more
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Customer Dr Brown's Natural Flow Bottle Reviews (33)
by - written on 25/07/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Introduction When we discovered that my partner was pregnant last December it soon became clear that there would be a lot of things we would need to buy. Neither of us have young children or babies in our families and other than casual contact with friends with kids we were faced with the daunting prospect of being new parents who had absolutely no clue as to what to buy. We knew we needed the essentials; bottles, steriliser, warmer, nappies etc but with a wide range of choices from different brands each of which claiming to offer something better than the competition I spent a long time reading reviews both on dooyoo and amazon to get an idea of what other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Before I had my baby I had no idea how much bottle research was required. I started out with Avent bottles, but these gave my little girl terrible colic, and then I moved on to MAM bottles, which leaked terribly. A friend suggested that I try Dr Brown's Natural Flow bottles, as they're anti-colic. So, I purchased a twin pack for £10.50 on offer at my local ASDA (the regular price being around £12). The bottles are presented in a white box and advise on the bottles being the leaders in anti colic bottles. I breastfeed my daughter on demand, so the bottles are only used when I am out and about, with expressed milk, and my friend advised that the teats are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Dr. Browns natural flow bottles are the bottles which aid your baby in terms of drinking their milk and stops unwanted wind. When we had our first child we decided to breast feed, or at least my wife did so the bottles rather gathered dust and when he got towards 9 months he wasn't interested in an artificial milk source so we never really used them. However, when number 2 came along only a little over a year later, my wife tried to breast feed but it was too painful and too tiring. So we went back to our bottles and have bottle fed him ever since, we have used Dr Browns bottles through out and have to say we are very happy with them. Dr. Browns ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 174 readings)
Last September I had my third son, with my first I had used Avent bottles and had no problems what so ever with them so when it came around to my second I used Avent again, only this time my son got colic, not down to the bottles alone of course its one of those things but in the end we had to buy all kinds of different bottles to find a good one that did not let to much air through the teats. After trying Avent, Nuk, Tommie Tippie, and some shop own brands we had found no good ones at all and ended up sticking with the Nuk as they where one of the better ones from the makes we had bought. After all this trouble a friend later told me...."why did you not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I made the from tommee tippee bottles to Dr Browns when my son was about 7 weeks old. Me and my partner were exhausted from constantly trying to soothe him and bring his wind up. We had tried lots of things including gripe water, winding him on his tummy but nothing seemed to work. I was recommended to try Dr Brown bottles by a family member who said they had helped cure her babies colic, I was a bit sceptical as I had tried so many other things, however the results were impressive. Instantly his wind came up without a fight and he was like a different baby, happy and content. After his colic was sorted out everything else seemed to follow and he ... Read the complete review
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