Philips AventSoothie Pacifier (2 Pack)



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


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.


  • 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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June 2, 2019

The only type of pacifier my newborn would take.

June 1, 2019

May 20, 2019

My son spit it out to easily.

May 19, 2019

My baby had trouble keeping this type of pacifier in their mouth. The Nuk and MAM worked better for us.

May 5, 2019

Easy to grab, fits well in their mouth.

May 3, 2019

My LO loved this paci. I loved that it was soft, and flexible on his skin. It was also the right size for him to grab when he wanted it.

May 1, 2019

There are other pacifiers my baby prefers. When she was really small, the disc on these covered her nostrils a little—wasn’t crazy about that.

April 29, 2019

The only pacifier our daughter would take! Can’t live without these!

April 22, 2019

It worked well when my son was a newborn, but once he hit 3 months, other brands stayed in his mouth better and wouldn't fall out as frequently. If the hospital gives you this brand to take home, try that pacifier out first before purchasing any for yourself. Pacifiers are cheap enough to try different brands to find what works best for your baby.