One of the biggest investments we make when we finally decide to have a child are on baby bottles. When we had The Princess, I remember taking over an hour going around the department store looking for the right bottle for her. There are plastic bottles, glass bottles, and there are different nipple sizes that correspond to the child’s age. We also had to make sure we bought BPA-free bottles. When she became a toddler, we started investing on sippy cups. Now that she’s in preschool, we had to buy new containers and bottles for her school snacks and drink.
In each transition, we had to buy a new set of items…which can be pretty expensive. Sure, we can just buy the cheaper ones, but then we also want the items we buy to be durable and safe. And so we endured the expenses.
Thankfully, with The Little Man, we discovered baby bottles that grow with the child. What exactly do I mean? LifeFactory Baby Bottles can easily be re-purposed as your child grows. All you need is one bottle, then just change the nipples and caps to suit your child’s life stage!
A modern & eco-friendly line of reusable glass baby bottles, glass beverage bottles & accessories. LifeFactory products are safe, simple, and smart.
The minis absolutely love their new bottles! Arjay and I are actually getting jealous already so we’re thinking of buying Flip Cap Bottles for us. 🙂
Some interesting facts:
- LifeFactory bottles are made of glass and are BPA/BPS-free. They easily clean in dishwashers, too, so that’s less work for you!
- The nipples and caps are BPA/BPS-free and phthalate-free.
- The silicone covers are made from BPA/BPS-free, medical-grade silicone. These provide a non-slip gripping surface and can help prevent breakage.
To know more about LifeFactory products, visit their website at www.lifefactory.com. Do like the LifeFactory Philippines Facebook page too for updates.
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It’s really too bad that this wasn’t around yet when Ziggy was still a baby. We would have saved a fortune!
Yeah, sayang I didn’t discover these bottles earlier–we would’ve saved a lot!
Wow! It’s my first time to read about Lifefactory. I think you’ll save more money in the long run if you buy this for your baby.
Wow, that’s clever ah so bottles don’t get wasted. We recently just got new bottles for Jacob, the old ones we got I gave to my cousin na lang except the teats.
I wish I have that kind of bottle back then, but I will surely recommend that to my friends who have babies. Ang cute ng bottle coz of its grip design. 🙂
Those bottles look really nice…and yeah, practical ha! Love how you can adjust its use as the baby grows in age. And it’s BPA free for sure cause it’s glass. Wish we had this with our boys.
I remember how much tambak we had when Little MrC was a baby. We had bottles, nipples, sippy cups, cups with handles… And all plastic. I really wanted glass but we were worried na baka mabasag. These ones are nice. And they have those silicone protectors pa. Ok, mental note for next baby, whenever that will be.
We had the same problem with K–so many plastic bottles/cups for each of her stages! Ang problem lang, we couldn’t reuse most of them for C since yung iba cloudy na so palit ulit kami. It’s a good thing we found these. 🙂
This is a good product. All baby bottles should be replaced with something like this.
Very creative yung bottles after no? Some of those bottles kasi, wala ng use after. Unfortunately ngayon ko lang nakita to. Hahah! Anyway, it’s not too late pa naman. My baby is still bottle feeding so in time, baka maisingit ko to sa budget. hehe. =)
Yeah, I wish I discovered these when we had our first child. We wouldn’t have changed sets so many times! But I’m glad I get to use these bottles with our second. Pwede pang bata, pwede pang matanda!
Caleb is so cuuuute! I got the yellow silicone for Nini. And my, sobrang hawak niya lagi yun. Parang feeling niya mabigat lang talaga -_-
Wow, nice product! Parang mason jars lang na marami pwede gawin, 🙂 How much is this?
According to their website, the 9oz bottles cost $16.99–so around P750-P800 here? You can check out their Facebook page though for exact prices.