Choosing the right baby bottle can pose a challenge. To help retailers provide parents with sound advice, Luna Journal presents the latest models and innovations for all age groups.

Philips Avent

To help toddlers make the shift to grown-up drinking, Philips Avent has developed a new BPA-free “sip, no drip” spout cup with a patented valve to prevent any messy spills. With its soft, angled spout and ergonomic handles, the cup is a guaranteed hit with little ones. Good to know for parents: it is compatible with the Philips Avent bottle range and goes in the dishwasher.


Launched in response to parents’ demand for a traditional glass bottle, the new ergonomically shaped Feel Good bottle from MAM is made of high-quality temperature-resistant glass and can be heated without problem in a microwave or bottle warmer. It can go in a dishwasher or steam steriliser.


When mothers have trouble breastfeeding, over 90 percent of German clinics turn to products from NUK. For the first time, parents can now buy selected clinical products for use at home. The new MedicPro series includes sterilized and disposable teats made of TPE.


As children get older, many parents turn to bottles from Lifefactory. Made of temperature-resistant borosilicate glass, they are non-hazardous to health and dishwasher safe. New additions to the range include a 350-millilitre bottle and a flip cap (with a small opening) or straw cap (with integrated drinking straw), both free of harmful substances.

By Katja Weiland von Ruville