An easy to use one piece Silicone Hands Free breast pump that uses natural sucking to do the work for you. Made from medical grade silicone, it has a stopper to seal in every drop of milk or a lid to cover after you have sterilised the unit.

Because it is one piece, you can even use it to collect colostrum as nothing gets lost in pipes or connections.  

A more hygienic option as you can clean absolutley everywhere and you can even put into the dishwasher.

 

One of the best uses is attaching it on the other breast while feeding baby on one side. You are already sitting down for the length of a feed with baby, why not pump another feed on the unused breast at the same time? You will be building a freezer stash in no time, without having to find the time to do so.

 

Mom’s are encouraged to not introduce a bottle before their breastfeeding is established with baby, as it may cause nipple confusion. The baby may prefer the bottle teat and reject the breast if they find it easier to suck milk out of a bottle.

Cup feeding has therefore become very popular, where you pour breast milk from a cup directly onto baby’s tongue until they swallow. This exposes them only to a trickle of milk and mom’s breast, but no other teat. This breast pump as is can be used as a cup feeder, pouring freshly pumped breast milk directly into your newborns mouth, with the convenient pouring spout and soft silicone edge making it an even easier task.

Silicone Hands Free Natural Breast Pump

R265.00Price
Bobble Colour
  • An easy to use one piece Silicone Hands Free breast pump that uses natural sucking to do the work for you. Made from medical grade silicone, it has a stopper to seal in every drop of milk or a lid to cover after you have sterilised the unit.

    Because it is one piece, you can even use it to collect colostrum as nothing gets lost in pipes or connections.  

    A more hygienic option as you can clean absolutley everywhere and you can even put into the dishwasher.

     

    One of the best uses is attaching it on the other breast while feeding baby on one side. You are already sitting down for the length of a feed with baby, why not pump another feed on the unused breast at the same time? You will be building a freezer stash in no time, without having to find the time to do so.

     

    Mom’s are encouraged to not introduce a bottle before their breastfeeding is established with baby, as it may cause nipple confusion. The baby may prefer the bottle teat and reject the breast if they find it easier to suck milk out of a bottle.

    Cup feeding has therefore become very popular, where you pour breast milk from a cup directly onto baby’s tongue until they swallow. This exposes them only to a trickle of milk and mom’s breast, but no other teat. This breast pump as is can be used as a cup feeder, pouring freshly pumped breast milk directly into your newborns mouth, with the convenient pouring spout and soft silicone edge making it an even easier task.