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This Bottle Is Designed For Your Husband To Help With Breastfeeding (Seriously) – ScaryMommy

April 18th, 2019|Press|

Breastfeeding is one of the greatest and most exhausting experiences of motherhood. There are so many amazing benefits, with one huge drawback — mama has the milk, so she tends to shoulder the majority of feeding responsibility. It’s in these moments of sleeplessness and exhaustion where, as a new mom, you find yourself wishing for [...]

A Better Baby Bottle – TIME Best Inventions 2018

November 15th, 2018|Press, press home|

For decades, baby bottles have been cylindrical—a design that, while functional, can be confusing for breastfed infants and problematic for parents who need to heat milk quickly and evenly. So longtime friends Ayal Lanternari and Asaf Kehat set out to make a better one: Nanobébé ($11, excluding accessories like warmer and drying rack). With more surface area [...]

The breast shaped baby bottle – DailyMail UK

October 29th, 2018|Press|

A dad frustrated by the difficulties of feeding his three month old baby at night has invented a radical new breast-shaped bottle to make parent's lives easier. Nanobébé's unique design causes the milk to spread out into a thinner layer. By expanding the milk's surface area, this allows it to warm up quickly. Read Article [...]

A Radical New Baby Bottle – CNN

October 28th, 2018|Press, press home|

It was the middle of the night and Ayal Lanternari was rushing to warm up refrigerated breast milk for his three-month-old baby. His son, Daniel, was hungry and there was nothing Lanternari could do to speed up the process. The only safe way to heat up cold or frozen breast milk is by putting it under running [...]

The $11 Nanobébé bottle may be the smartest baby bottle ever made – Business Insider

July 20th, 2018|Press, press home|

The medical community overwhelmingly considers breastfeeding the best way to feed an infant up until about six months of age, but breastfeeding a baby for 100% of his or her meals during those many months is impractical if not outright impossible for many mothers. The second best way to feed a baby is with breastmilk [...]

The 20 Best Baby Products on Amazon – PopSugar

June 26th, 2018|Press|

If you're trying to wean your baby off breastfeeding, try this Nanobebe Starter Set ($50). You can pump right into the eco-friendly bottle. They are designed to preserve breastmilk nutrients during storage and warming to promote a quick and easy transition. Read Article Back to Press Share on social Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn

Top 5 Baby Gear in April 2018 – TTPM

April 15th, 2018|Press|

Taking the top spot this month are the breastmilk bottle and newborn gift set from nanobébé. This new baby bottle doesn’t look like a traditional baby bottle because it is specially designed to preserve the nutrients of breast milk when cooled down and warmed up. […]

Our Favourite Mom & Child Products This Week – Mommybites

April 10th, 2018|Press|

Nanobébé recently launched a line of healthy feeding essentials for baby. Nanobébé’s Starter Set is the perfect introduction to the line and includes the innovative Breastmilk Bottle, which is the first and only baby bottle designed to preserve breast milk nutrients. […]

Welcome To The Milky Way: Our Guide To The Best Baby Bottles Of 2018 – New York Family

March 18th, 2018|Press|

The innovative bottle brand nanobébé is poised to revolutionize the baby feeding industry with the introduction of their groundbreaking ecosystem of essentials for today’s modern parent. Its flagship product, their award-winning breastmilk bottle, is the first of its kind to be bio-medically engineered to protect essential breast milk nutrients and aid in the transition from [...]

10 of the Best Pacifiers For Breastfeeding Babies – PopSugar

March 4th, 2018|Press|

Pacifiers are one of the most helpful things a new mom can use during those first few months after a baby's arrival. Not only do they serve as a great instrument to quiet down a fussy baby, but they also teach your baby to self-soothe through their natural sucking reflex. But what if you're breastfeeding? View Slideshow: