Baby bottles

Baby bottles

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical substance used to produce plastics. In fact, as a synthetic analogy of estrogen (female hormone), it is considered harmful to a human health. It is dangerous that when the food is heated or stored for a long time in plastic containers, Bisphenol A moves from plastic to food. In a number of countries, a bottle for baby food made of plastic containing Bisphenol A is prohibited.

Plastic with Bisphenol A is more transparent and cheaper than its safe counterparts. One of the recommended materials used in the production of baby bottles is polypropylene. It is denoted by number 5 and the letters PP in the product recycling symbol (three triangle-shaped arrows). The polypropylene bottles do not contain Bisphenol A, have a matted milk tint and are heat-resistant.

Name
Capacity, ml.
Quantity in the original (group) package, pcs.
1 PP Baby feeding bottle, (+2 nipples), 0% BPA
125 30
2 PP Baby feeding bottle with handle, (+2 nipples), 0% BPA
125 30
3 PP Baby feeding bottle, (+2 nipples), 0% BPA
250 30
4 PP Baby feeding bottle with handle, (+2 nipples), 0% BPA
250 30