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    Welcome to Dr Brown's Anti-Colic Baby Bottle

    The Dr Brown’s Options™ range of anti-colic bottles

    Dr Brown’s Options™ anti-colic Baby Bottles have a unique feeding system that grows with baby and helps alleviate the symptoms of windy colic – Don’t wait until baby develops colic, use Dr Brown’s Options™ bottles from birth as they are the best anti colic bottles and prevention is better than cure! This is why 92% of UK Health Professionals recommend Dr Brown’s Options™ for the relief of colicky symptoms**.  Almost half of babies in the UK develop colicky symptoms* .The unique internal vent system and teat work together, so we recommend keeping the vent system in place to experience the full health benefits synonymous with Dr Brown’s bottles. However some parents find removing the vent a convenient option as their baby’s feeding becomes more developed or if baby is fortunate not to suffer from colic. 

    • With the vent in place Dr Brown’s is clinically proven to help reduce colic, burping and wind
    • First choice of baby bottle by UK Health Visitors for the relief of colic symptoms
    • Encourages good digestion for a more settled, happy baby
    • Creates 100% vacuum free feeding – the teat will never collapse
    • Most medically researched baby bottle in the UK


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    **Research carried out by Mustard Research Ltd amongst a sample of 200 UK Healthcare Professionals during May 2017

    *Colic survey carried out by Consumer Analysis Ltd – 2010