Silicone Pacifier Step 3 (for babies 8 months and up)
Pigeon Oral Development Pacifier System
Babies have a natural need to suck. Pacifiers safisfy their needs and soothe their emotions.
Apart from that, pacifiers also help babies learn nasal breathing. When babies begin to wean and talk, they tend to breathe through their mouths.
Unlike the nose, the mouth is not able to filter or humidify air, which means dust and infections can enter the mouth, affecting babies' immunity directly.
Pacifiers thus promote natural nasal breathing, which helps to reduce the possibility of infection through mouth-breathing.
Promotes nasal breathing
Thin lip contact area promotes healthy development of teeth
Perfectly fits the mouth of a teething baby
Snug-fitting shield conforms to international safety standards
Soft tip underneath and firm tip on top facilitates baby's natural sucking reflex action
Activates the brain
Exudes a psychological stabilizing effect
Breather holes on shield for safety
Protective hood for covering the nipple when not in use