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Born Free unveils BPA, PVC and phthalate free orthodontic pacifier

BornFree announced today the launch of its new orthodontic product line by unveiling the BornFree BPA-Free Pacifier for Day and Night use. The new pacifier is made from materials that are 100% free of Bisphenol-A, Phthalates and PVC.

This seems to be like no other paci on the market. The handle is flexible, which is cool and innovative, so it won’t hamper sleep (which is where the Day and Night use claim comes into play). The nipple is also collapsible and the shield is breathable. Sounds like a winner all the way around!

The new pacifier is available for ages 0-6 months and 6+ months to meet the oral development needs for each age group. I actually saw these in Babies R Us over the weekend and my daughter tossed 2 packs in the cart. Smart girl! They look nice, as far as a pacifier goes, though we have 10 weeks until our new bundle arrives, so I can’t share personal experience just yet.

“BornFree is committed to only providing BPA-Free products,” said Gil Lemel, founder and CEO of BornFree. “Our goal is to offer a smart and safe alternative for the entire family.” Lemel added, “The pacifier is the first of many products that will soon be available in our new orthodontic line.”

You can get the 0-6 month version here and the 6+ month version here.

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