Born Free BPA-Free Pacifiers

Born Free BPA free pacifiersNeither of my children used a pacifier, well that’s not entirely true. My son used one for two weeks after having open heart surgery, but it quickly disappeared on the car ride home from the hospital.  Many of my friends use pacifiers with their children to help them self-soothe, and there has been research supporting pacifiers help prevent SIDS.  Fortunately, parents today have a choice in providing their children with pacifiers made from safer plastics.

Born Free was one of the first companies I encountered that offered BPA-free baby bottles and sippy cups. Now, Born Free is providing parents with BornFree BPA-free Pacifiers for Day and Night too!  These pacifiers come in two sizes for ages 0-6 months and 6 + months.  Made from materials that are 100% free of bisphenol-A, phthalates and PVC, these pacifiers feature a flexible handle,  orthodontic silicone nipple, and a breathable shield. Gil Lemel, founder and CEO of BornFree explains, “BornFree is committed to only providing BPA-Free products.  Our goal is to offer a smart and safe alternative for the entire family.  The pacifier is the first of many products that will soon be available in our new orthodontic line.”

Just this week, a panel of scientists criticized the FDA’s recommendation that BPA was safe.  The FDA is accused of using flawed methods and ignoring scientific evidence. Parents must consider the health of their children and not rely on the government to protect them from harmful chemicals. Born Free is comitted to providing your family with safe baby products without being required to by the government.  This is definitely a company you can trust.

Comments

  1. It’s too bad they’re rather unattractive. :(

  2. Hi,

    You’re right about BPA, it is dangerous, but not all plastic contain it and so you can also begin by screening for it by yourself. Mainly only polycarbonate (recycling ID code 7) and PVC (recycling ID code 3) plastics are the ones that are susceptible to having BPA in them.

    There’s also a website that gives you a DIY detection for BPA and other hazardous chemicals – check it out: http://www.home-health-chemistry.com

    Keep safe!

  3. you are lying to the public thay cant get a BPA-Free Pacifiers here

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