Your Baby’s New Favorite Pacifier
When designing the Milk Snob pacifier, it was important to design it in a way that it would not cover the baby's nose or obstruct breathing in any way. It is also important that a pacifier be made from one piece so it doesn't trap germs, water, dirt, or anything that could harm your baby or that could pull apart and become a choking hazard. The Milk Snob pacifier is made from one piece of soft, safe silicone, making it one of the best options on the market.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that parents consider offering pacifiers, as this can help to "reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome."
Nipple confusion can happen with certain bottles or pacifiers. Make sure to find a pacifier that mimics the shape of mother's nipple as much as possible to avoid confusion.
We recommend a replacement of pacifiers every 4-6 weeks for both safety and hygienic reasons. Keep an eye out for any rips or damage to the pacifier.
There are many materials used for pacifiers- latex, plastic, rubber, and silicone. Silicone pacifiers are sturdier than latex pacifiers, it retains their shape, do not age, and can withstand high temperatures and last longer. Unlike plastic, silicone does not contain harmful toxins such as BPA, BPS, phthalates or microplastics. Milk Snob Pacifiers are made from 100% safe, soft silicone.