Breastmilk should be collected in a feeding bottle and then simply poured into the bag for storage. If using your nanobébé bottle, ensure that the breast pump adaptor is attached when transferring breast milk into the bag.
We recommend following these breastmilk storage guidelines: (not for preterm babies) Where At room temperature Cooler with ice packs In a refrigerator In a freezer Temperature 66-78°F (19-26°C) 59° F (15°C) <39°F (<4°C) 0-4°F (-18—15°C) Storage time 4-6 hour 24 hours 3-8 days 6-12 months Sticking to these guidelines [...]
Nanobébé’s breastmilk storage bags are durable, leak-proof, made from extra-thick plastic and feature a double-zipper to prevent any spillage of your precious breastmilk (liquid gold).
As the saying goes, “great things come in small packages!” Don’t let our size and stylish shape fool you, our bags hold the industry standard of 150ml/5oz, but store flat (thin layer) which has the double benefit of protecting your nutrients and saving space in your fridge and freezer.
Yes! Our bottles can be used for breastmilk storage in the freezer with the safety cap in place. In addition, we also provide storage via our breastmilk storage bags.
Nanobébé’s familiar (breast like) shape, helps many babies to instinctively know where to place their head, hands, and mouth. Additionally, ours is the slowest flow rate nipple on the market which most closely resembles actual breastfeeding. We have heard countless stories of babies and preemies who have been unable to transition from breast to bottle [...]
It’s all about the geometry! By spreading the milk into a thin layer across our concave surface, breastmilk is able to cool and warm 2-3 times faster than in standard bottles. Quick cooling reducing the risk of bacterial growth and protects the nutritional and immunological value of your milk. While quick heating warm at safe temperatures permits you [...]
Our level 1 nipple has been tested as the slowest flow rate nipple on the market today, and has been very successful with preterm babies in the NICU as well as babies with lip tie. As with all medical conditions however, we encourage you to seek out professional medical advice.