All MAM products are made from materials free of BPA and BPS
MAM SkinSoft™ Silicone: easily accepted by babies – for a familiar feeling
This product comes in a sterilising & carry box – for convenient and time-saving sterilising in the microwave
94% teat acceptance: easily accepted by babies, for a familiar feeling
For babies from 6 months
*Market research 2010-2019, tested with 1,463 babies.
Before first use, and at regular intervals thereafter, boil the soother in water for up to five minutes. Please avoid leaving the soother in the sterilising solution for longer than the time recommended. Sometimes water may enter the inside of the teat, this is because of a ventilation system that exists in the nipple and helps make the soother orthodontic.
When the baby closes down on the teat, the air from inside the teat is pushed out through the ventilation system thereby flattening the teat and adapting to the baby´s individual oral cavity. So, the ventilation hole is needed in order to allow for proper development of your baby's jaw and mouth.
MAM has developed an innovative silicone teat: the SkinSoft™ teat. The patented silicone teat is silicone with a difference as it is soft and feels like mom's breast. Thanks to the anti-slip surface, the soother easily stays in baby's mouth.
Yes, our MAM pacifiers support baby’s healthy jaw and teeth development. MAM collaborates with medical experts from various disciplines to help develop and design innovative, physiologically shaped pacifiers that suit baby’s various developmental stages.
All MAM pacifiers have a flat and symmetrical nipple shape: there is no ‘top’ or ‘bottom’. This special nipple shape ensures that our pacifiers are always correctly positioned in the babies’ mouth.
MAM pacifiers have a ventilation system in the teat. In more detail, when your baby closes its mouth down on the teat, the air from inside the nipple is pushed out through the ventilation system, thereby flattening the nipple, and adapting to the baby´s individual oral cavity.
For the individualists among babies aged 6 months and above