• PP and PPSU refers to the type of plastic the bottle is made from. Select between the two based on budget and anticipated level of usage.

    PP stands for polypropylene. Bottles made from PP are light in weight, slightly opaque in colour and intended for low to regular use.

    PPSU stands for polyphenylsulfone. It is a medical grade plastic that is naturally honey toned and quite hard wearing. Intended for higher use.

  • Yes, all Pigeon bottles are supplied with a teat. Refer to the below tables for the sizes.

    SofTouch™ Bottles

    Material

    Volume

    Teat Size

    PP

    160mL

    SS

     

    240mL

    M

     

    330mL

    L

    PPSU

    160mL

    SS

     

    240mL

    M

     

    330mL

     L

    Glass

    160mL

    SS

     

    240mL

    M

     

    Flexible™ Bottles

    Material

    Volume

    Teat Size

    PP

    120mL

    S

     

    240mL

    M

    Crystal

    150mL

    S

     

    250mL

    M

    PPSU

    160mL

    S

     

    240mL

    M

    Glass

    120mL

    S

     

    240mL

    M

     

     

  • Yes, with use, PP bottles can become cloudy. This does not affect the performance of the bottle, nor does it mean the bottle isn't clean.
  • Yes, all Pigeon bottles can be recycled as can the collars and hoods.

    The teats are made from silicone and cannot be recycled.

  • Pigeon bottles and teats can be sterilised via boiling, chemical or steam - microwave or electric.

    They should be cleaned thoroughly before being sterilised.

    After each use, rinse in warm water and wash with Pigeon Liquid Cleanser. If using a teat brush, take extra care to not accidentally push the brush through the teat opening. Place a finger over the teat opening when cleaning to ensure this doesn’t happen.

    Boiling: Place in water. Bring the water to a boil and let boil for 5 minutes. Turn heat off and cool. Take care to ensure the bottle components do not rest against the hot sides of the container.

    Chemical and steam: Use sterilisation products made specifically for baby bottles and follow the provided instructions. Chemical sterilisation may cause the printing on the bottle to fade.

  • How often you change your bottles depends upon the type of bottles you have and how frequently they are being used.

    For example, if you use the same bottle 6 times a day you will need to change it more than if you used 6 different bottles throughout the day.

    We generally recommend changing PP bottles every 6 months and PPSU bottles every 12 months.

    Glass bottles can last indefinitely

  • Yes, all Pigeon bottles are free of BPA and BPS. They are also free of formaldehyde and phthalate.
  • Immediately after each use, bottles should be rinsed in warm water and washed with Pigeon Liquid Cleanser.

  • Yes, replacement hoods and collars are available for both the Flexible™ (slim neck) and SofTouch™ (wide neck) bottles.

    Go to the Shop tab and navigate to the appropriate page for the product you need.

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