Philips AventSoothie Pacifier (2 Pack)

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What weabout it
This soft silicone pacifier is a preferred hospital brand, prevents nipple confusion, and is perfectly shaped for a newborn baby’s mouth.

Description


The Soothie is one of the most nipple-like pacifiers around, and is frequently hospital’s choice for preventing nipple confusion. (Although you still should wait until breastfeeding is well-established, around three or four weeks old, before you introduce any pacifiers). They are sized and shaped perfectly for a newborn baby’s mouth. They’re made from medical-grade silicone, which means they are nice and soft and won’t leave a red ring on your baby’s face like a hard plastic pacifier.

One unexpected bonus: since this pacifier is translucent, you can see the shape of your baby’s mouth when they are sucking. Why does this matter? It doesn’t really matter, but it’s kind of fun. We can’t begin to describe how cute but also weird and funny this looks (parents say “adorable suckerfish” and “my cute little lamprey.”)

If you want a Soothie, but with a stuffed animal attached, try the Wubbanub.

Specs


  • Age range: 3 weeks - 3 months (3+ is also okay)
  • Dishwasher and sterilizer safe
  • Medical grade silicone
  • Weight: 1.4 oz

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Emma
September 13, 2018

Best for newborns! Preemies too !


Alicia
September 8, 2018


Leah
July 16, 2018

The only pacifier our son took as an infant. He loved them!


Caitlin
July 14, 2018

No complaints. Ultimately ended up getting a different kind of pacifier that was compatible with a little stuffed animal pacifier holder.


Alannah
July 2, 2018

These pacifiers are the only ones I ever used with my baby. They are easy to clean and can even be put in the freezer when teething pains kick in. Major advantage!


Natalie
May 10, 2018

It kept our baby calm without compromising our efforts to nurse. Don’t be afraid to use a pacifier. If used properly and introduced after breastfeeding has been properly established, a pacifier can help save your sanity.


Emily
May 2, 2018

They were very large all around and didn't have any bend to them. Very hard for my son to keep it in his mouth b/c it didn't have a dip like some other pacifiers.


Shelby
April 26, 2018

Easily to clean, easy to connect to a pacifier clip, and my baby loved them.


Norissa
April 22, 2018

It’s the only pacifier my baby wouldn’t spit out.


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