Extra air flow. Especially skinfriendly, less skin reddening. Easy to see baby‘s smile.
Quick & easy to grasp. For easy attachment of a soother saver.
3. MAM DESIGN
Symmetric shape, always fits perfectly in baby’s mouth. Designed with dentists for a healthy dental development.
4. SILK TEAT®
MAM innovation. Silky soft & feels like skin.
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 sterilizing & carry box - for convenient and time-saving sterilizing in the microwave
94% nipple 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 pacifier in water for up to five minutes.
Please avoid leaving the pacifier in the sterilising solution for longer than the time recommended. Sometimes water may enter the inside of the nipple, this is because of a ventilation systems that exists in the nipple and helps make the pacifier orthodontic.
When the baby closes down on the nipple, 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. 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 nipple: the SkinSoft™ nipple. The silicone nipple 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, only orthodontic soothers support baby’s healthy jaw and tooth development. MAM collaborates with medical experts appointed by the ICMRS (International Children Medical Research Society) to help develop and design innovative, orthodontic pacifiers that suit baby's various developmental stages.
All MAM pacifiers have symmetrical nipples: there is no ‘top’ or ‘bottom’. So, the pacifier can be put in baby's mouth in any direction and will not cause any harm to their oral cavity development.
MAM pacifiers are also orthodontically safe for your baby primarily because of a ventilation system that exists in the teat. When the baby closes 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.
Babies are born with the natural urge to suck. Orthodontic pacifiers, if no longer used by the child’s 3rd birthday, support a healthy development. When the child wants to sleep, needs comforting or wants to relax, he or she will be happy about having a pacifier.
You can choose refrain soother usage when the baby is playing as the baby is already distracted, and most likely, relaxed by interaction of toys. Many paediatric dentists and other medical experts do recommend the use of pacifiers because it is much easier to wean a baby off of pacifiers than it is to wean off of thumb-sucking.
Latex is a soft, resilient, natural rubber. It is eco-friendly and much more flexible than silicone. However, after prolonged use, the material can change. If latex is stored in a hot area of your home, or is in contact with sunlight for an extended period of time, its shape can change and is then stripped from its orthodontic qualities. Furthermore, because it is a natural material, the latex can become sticky and begin to look unhygienic. There is no clear scientific evidence for a connection between latex teats and latex allergy. If you are a parent who wishes to avoid using latex, you can simply do so by using a soother with a silicone teat.
Silicone is an intensively tested, well-tolerated plastic that does not age. It complies with all the applicable requirements of FDA and EN 1400, however, is not as bite resistant and a little less elastic than latex. Consequently, we recommend you thoroughly inspect a soother before each time baby uses it, especially if baby is teething and uses a silicone pacifier.
Check the pacifier before each use - especially when baby is teething - and throw away at the first signs of damage or weakness. However, we recommend the soother be replaced every two months for hygienic purposes.
For the individualists among babies aged 6 months and above