Published on October 21st, 2015 | 239 Views0
Review: Soft Comotomo baby bottle for easy cleaning and natural design
The other day I got really annoyed with myself. I’ve not been great at giving Baby Boy a bottle every day, thinking hungry boys would take a bottle no matter what, but suddenly it seemed like he’d decided he didn’t want one after all. Brilliant.
I gave up on giving him the expressed milk after too much crying and continued breastfeeding instead, but the next day I figured I might as well try a different bottle. Baby Boy has since been fine with all bottles, but trying different brands is what I had to do when Baby Girl suddenly refused to take a bottle at the age of four months and it was the only thing that helped the situation a little bit.
That’s why I’ve enjoyed testing different baby bottles this time, and when Baby Boy had his one difficult bottle-feeding day I figured it would be a good opportunity to try Comotomo the next day. I had received a Comotomo bottle (£14.99) to review since the Korean brand has recently entered the UK market, and I think the Comotomo bottle stands out because it’s a soft silicone bottle.
The bottle has two anit-colic vents, a wide neck–making it easier to clean than any other bottle I’ve tried–and a naturally designed teat designed to be as close to breastfeeding as possible.
It feels strange having a squeezy bottle but it’s one worth trying for parents looking for innovative baby products.