Nursing Bottle and Nipple
PIGEON Believes in Breastfeeding
Based on Extensive Research in Babies' Oral Development
The skin-to-skin interaction of breastfeeding is a unique experience which strengthens the bond between a mother and her baby. However, it isn't always possible for mothers to breastfeed for as long as they would like to.
Where bottle-feeding is necessary, we recommend the PIGEON Peristaltic Nipple to encourage the natural movement of your baby's tongue, and ensure optimum development of baby's facial and jaw muscles.
Peristaltic MovementEver wondered how babies suck? Newborn babies suck on the upper jaw to receive the nipple. He also uses his tongue to make and send pulsating movements from the front of the tongue to the back. This set of movements is known as the peristaltic movement
Peristaltic motion is the smooth wave-like motion of a baby's tongue. A baby moves his tongue like a wave, rolling it from the front to the back to draw milk (see Figures 1 to 4). The movement part is encouraged as it is integral for the development of the baby's jaw.
Wide-Neck Streamline Bottle
AVS Air Ventilation System
Peristaltic Nipple ensures minimum air intake and guides milk smoothly into a baby's stomach during feeding.