Our unique AirFree vent is designed to help your baby swallow less air as they drink by keeping the nipple full of milk during feeding. Reducing the amount of air your baby ingests helps with common feeding issues such as colic, reflux & gas.
Clinically proven to reduce colic and fussing2
Nipple stays full of milk, not air
Helps baby swallow less air with AirFree vent
Available in various sizes
Nipple full of milk, not air
The nipple stays full even when the bottle is horizontal, so your baby can drink in an upright position. This can help reduce reflux, aid digestion, and make feeding time more comfortable for you and your little one.
Reduces colic and fussing2
Clinical studies have shown that the Philips Avent bottle reduces colic and fussing. Fussing is significantly reduced at night as babies fed with Philips Avent anti-colic bottles experienced 60% less fussing than babies fed with a leading competitor's vented bottle.
Unique venting system
Our unique AirFree vent is designed to help your baby swallow less air as they drink, by drawing air away from the nipple. Reducing the amount of air your baby ingests can help with common feeding issues, such as colic, reflux and gas.
Simple to use
While feeding, make sure the AirFree vent stays on top. This keeps the nipple full of milk, even when the bottle is held in a horizontal position, for easier upright feeding.
What other mums say about Philips Avent Anti-colic baby bottles
180% of moms agreed that “my baby experienced fewer feeding issues” in a home placement test with 144 mothers in the US in 2017 .
2At 2 weeks of age, babies fed with a Philips Avent bottle showed a trend to less colic compared to a conventional bottle and a significant reduction in fussing at night compared to babies fed with another leading bottle.
3Based on 2018 online satisfaction survey conducted globally of 8,000+ female users of childcare brands and products
* Our unique AirFree vent is designed to help your baby swallow less air as they drink, by drawing air away from the teat. Reducing the amount of air your baby ingests can help with common feeding issues, such as colic, reflux and gas.
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