How to use glass baby bottles
You can use glass baby bottles in the same way that you would use plastic baby bottles. Modern glass baby bottles are made to withstand the odd knock, bump and even drop that comes with family life.
They are more likely to withstand higher temperatures for cleaning and sterilizing, but always follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
If you take care not to drop them from a height onto a hard surface, or crush them, your glass baby bottles should last for the whole of your baby’s feeding journey and beyond.
Are BPA-free baby bottles safe?
Bisphenol A (BPA) and bisphenol S (BPS) are chemicals that can be found in plastics, particularly those used to store food and drinks. There have been concerns about the potentially harmful effects these chemicals can have on babies, and some countries have introduced laws that ban the use of these chemicals in baby feeding bottles. Because of these health concerns, many manufacturers, including Tommee Tippee have removed BPA and BPs from their plastic baby bottles and other baby feeding items.
Glass baby bottles are naturally BPA and BPS-free, so there are no concerns about the potential harm to baby’s health from using them.