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Save on MAM Anti-Colic Baby Bottles

MAM Anti-Colic bottles are a favorite of both breastfeeding moms and bottle-feeding moms. One of the main reasons is MAM’s unique “Silk Nipple.” This extra-soft nipple makes the switch between breast and bottle easier than using a traditional (harder) silicone nipple.

While I was breastfeeding, I worried about nipple confusion even though I wanted my husband’s help with nighttime feedings. Thankfully, our baby was able to switch easily from bottle to breast using the MAM Anti-Colic bottle.

We were able to easily clean the bottle because it can be taken apart in 3 easy steps and sterilized in the microwave. This bottle helps reduce colic because of its unique vented base, which allows the milk to flow evenly and reduced bubbles and swallowed air. While there is no substitute for the breast, MAM is an ideal choice for bottle-feedings. In fact, the MAM bottle reduced colic in 80% of babies in a 2010 study.

MAM Bottles are available at Amazon,, and other leading retailers. A 3-pack of MAM Anti-Colic Bottles retails for $14.99.

However, while supplies last, you can get $2 Off Your MAM Purchase. Click here to download your coupon from MAM’s Facebook Page.

I would highly recommend the MAM Anti-Colic Bottle as a baby registry pick if you plan on pumping or supplementing with formula.

Disclosure: I am a MAM Brand Ambassador. I received samples and compensation to facilitate this review. However, all opinions are my own, and I did purchase and use MAM bottles with my baby before I was selected as a Brand Ambassador.

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