Thank goodness BPA-free options exist for parents who are unable to breastfeed or need to use a bottle for when Momma’s breasts are away. Born Free has been the leader in providing safer plastics, and their [amazon_link id=”B000MRK5MO” target=”_blank” ]Eco Classic Active Flow baby bottle [/amazon_link]is no exception.
A smart way to feed your precious one, this twin pack of BornFree 9-ounce wide-neck bottles is free of the potentially harmful chemical Bisphenol-A. Now you can feed your baby safely, comfortably, and worry free. BornFree is made of Polyamide, a special plastic that is Bisphenol-A free and more resistant to detergents. This bottle also features a revolutionary venting system, which helps reduce colic symptoms and the risk of middle ear infections. The unique inner valve prevents side leaks and allows you shake freely when mixing. Additionally, each bottle comes with a soft, gentle stage-one nipple that prevents hard suckling and does not collapse. This two-pack is dishwasher safe (top rack) and comes with a high-grade stage-one nipple and travel cover.
Even though I commend Born Free for being BPA and phthalate-free, I still think glass is best. If I had to use a baby bottle, I think I would chose one by [amazon_link id=”B001J8FEXK” target=”_blank” ]Lifefactory[/amazon_link].
Would I buy this product? No. It does not fit into my attempts to live a plastic-free life, or at least limit my families exposure as much as possible.
Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.