FDA Assures Safety, But There Is Chemical Free Baby Bottles
FDA says that baby plastic bottle chemical Bysphenol A is safe, but could this dispel the coution in parents? While some parents will still wait for other studies in the future to confirm the safety of plastic bottles for children and adults, other parents are also looking for alternative bottles for children that are chemical free.
If you are like me, then you probably want what is best for your precious bundle of joy. Before I knew about the latest craze that PVC chemicals leach out of plastic baby bottles, I literally had 10 plastic bottles that my child was using everyday. Then I saw the PC letters located on the bottom of each of her bottles. Needless to say, I have switched from plastic bottles to Babylife's Wee Go glass bottles.
Babylife made this switch to chemical free baby bottles very easy for me because they have 9 oz glass bottles that come with a colored silicone cover. The glass is Bisphenol A, phthalate, PVC and polycarbonate-free, and the silicone cover is safe for the environment. Not only is the silicone cover environmentally friendly, but they also come in a variety of colors like pink, orange, yellow and blue. Babylife uses the silicone covers to protect the glass bottles from breaking if dropped on the floor - total money saver!!! Plus every part of the bottle - silicone cover, bottle, nipple, and cap are dishwasher safe.
If you are thinking about switching from plastic to glass, I highly recommend Babylife's Wee Go glass bottles. You can’t get any better than environmentally friendly and chemical free baby bottles with color for $18.00 each.
The author of this story Melissa blogs at Now What Baby.