Win £250-worth of vouchers with Philips Avent
Introducing the innovative Philips Avent Comfort breast pump and natural bottle range - supporting your breastfeeding by helping you express in comfort
Philips Avent Comfort breast pump
Philips Avent has created its most comfortable breast pump yet. The Comfort breast pump’s ergonomic design allows you to sit back in a reclined position and relax while you express– preventing the backache that can be caused by leaning forward.
The Comfort breast pump also features an innovative, active massage cushion which feels warm and natural on the breast - encouraging milk flow and supply.
Philips Avent Natural bottle range
This is the first time in over 25 years that Philips Avent has changed its famous bottle design. The breast-shaped teat encourages easy latch-on*, supporting you should you choose to combine breastfeeding with bottle-feeding with breast milk. The bottle’s unique comfort petals (hidden inside the soft silicone teat) help to increase flexibility and stretch - preventing teat-collapse and ensuring a more natural feed. The Natural bottle also reduces any discomfort for your baby by venting air back into the bottle - rather than into the baby's tummy - through two high-performance valves.
And the best part: the Philips Avent Natural bottle is compatible with the entire Philips Avent feeding range, and its teats are interchangeable for ease of use.
With a teat shaped to resemble the breast in shape, texture and firmness - allowing for a similar milk flow and feel to a mother's breast - the Philips Avent Natural bottle will satisfy your baby, while The Philips Avent Comfort breast pump will leave you feeling confident, relaxed and (most importantly) in control of feeding.
WIN! One lucky Mumsnetter will win a £250 voucher for the store of their choice from Voucher Express - courtesy of Philips Avent.
Simply answer the question below to be entered into the prize draw.
Competition closing date:
2 March 2016
*When tried and tested amongst over 100 mums, 77% claimed that their babies instantly accepted breast milk from the natural bottle whilst 93% of babies accepted the teat after two feeds.
Last updated: about 3 years ago