Introducing a bottle at 6 months or older can be tricky, especially if you have tried and met with a definite no from your Bub. This is where the Minbie teat is different from other teats, because babies feed with the same latch and feeding motion used for breastfeeding. This familiarity makes it easier for babies to accept Minbie. If your baby has been feeding from the 3+ Minbie teat, then the 6+ is a good next step to cater for their growing appetite. When feeding from Minbie, babies pace and work for the feed with their instinctive breastfeeding technique - supporting continued breastfeeding and their natural jaw development (which is important since much of human jaw development happens in the first four years).
Our vent floats air away from the milk which is anti-colic
Our contours support your baby to latch-on like it’s mum, training their breastfeeding muscle-memory
Enables the instinctive breastfeeding motion preventing lazy-feeding & supporting milk digestion