FAQs | Nanobébé Baby Products - Part 2



Can we keep breastmilk leftovers for later use?

December 10th, 2017|

For health and hygiene purposes leftover breastmilk should be discarded and not reused.

My bottle doesn’t stay on the mound, am I doing something wrong?

December 10th, 2017|

Actually, you are doing everything right! After initially placing the bottle on the mound (to prevent air pockets) the bottle will naturally float upwards as the breastmilk begins to be surrounded by water and the warming process begins.

Why do I need to replace the seal cap with the nipple when warming?

December 10th, 2017|

For your newborn's safety, it is important to check the temperature of the milk before feeding the baby.  That can only be done with the nipple in place.

What do I do if my bottle is leaking?

January 30th, 2018|

If sealed correctly your bottle should not leak, take a look at the image below for guidance. Make sure all edges are evenly aligned and sealed tight.

Which breast pumps are compatible with the nanobébé bottle?

December 10th, 2017|

Our nanobébé breast pump adaptor easily connects to all standard narrow neck breast pumps (the majority of the breast pumps on the market today) including Medela, Ameda, and many more. Don’t worry if you have a wide neck pump, you can easily pour directly into your nanobebe bottle.

Why is this warmer better than a standard electric warmer?

December 10th, 2017|

Our nanobébé’s smart warming bowl is the optimal warming product for breastmilk.  Thanks to its unique geometry, it warms both nanobébé bottles and breastmilk bags 2 times faster than other warmers on the market at safe and even temperatures, so that precious nutrients aren’t destroyed by high temperatures. It is also the only eco-friendly warmer [...]

Can I heat other bottles in your warmer?

December 10th, 2017|

Yes!  Other bottles can be warmed using our Smart Warming Bowl. Because the design was created with a mound to fit the nanobébé bottles, you may have to add additional water to reach the desired level on your bottle. Keep in mind that the warming rate and uniformity of the temperature will not be equal [...]

What temperature is the best for feeding baby?

December 10th, 2017|

Your goal is to heat breast milk to approximately at or a bit below body temperature which is (98.6°F/37°C).

How often do I need to replace the pacifiers?

December 10th, 2017|

For safety and hygiene purposes it is recommend that you replace your pacifier after 4-8 weeks.

Can the sterilizer be used for bottles other than the nanobébé bottle?

December 10th, 2017|

Yes! Our microwave steam sterilizer fits most bottles and infant feeding utensils on the market today. The adjustable pegs can be moved around the sterilizer to fit your bottles, as needed.