Did you know that Mason Bottle is the only baby bottle with a wide breast-like nipple with the majority of the components made in the USA?
We are a family-owned company, and as parents, we wanted peace of mind of knowing that the materials our babies came into contact with were as safe as possible. Over the course of baby's first year, as you up-cycle the bottles and jars, you end up with substantial savings in the long run. Here's how:
1. Make Your Own Mason Jar Baby Bottles
Buying lots of glass bottles can cost you. You can get a Mason Bottle Jars Set, a set of Mason Bottle Silicone Nipples or use the Mason Bottle DIY Kit to make your own affordable glass bottles.
2. Use Mason Jars Instead of Plastic Breast Milk Storage Containers
One less thing to buy and one less thing to throw away since breast milk storage bags are single use (and prone to leaking, btw…) You won't spill a drop of milk or waste a minute of your time. Our silicone lined storage lids that come with our jar sets are perfect and you can pump directly in to the jar, too!
3. Use Mason Bottles, Skip the Bottle Brushes
The wide shoulder-less design of mason jars means there are no hard to reach places that require bottle brushes or pipe cleaners. So say good-bye to extra "stuff" and cross those two purchases off your list!
4. Skip the Bottle Warmer (milk may be more nutritious without it anyway)
While bottle warmers are super handy, warm tap water in a bowl is actually the perfect temperature if you want to avoid damaging the nutrients in breast milk. Learn more about
safely heating breast milk and preserving nutrients here.
5. Use Mason Jars and Storage Lids for Baby Food Portions
Freezing or refrigerating baby food in 4 oz. jars make a lot more financial sense than buying specialized glass ware or using single use plastic, processed portions from the store. Our storage lids offer a silicone seal to prevent spills and freezer burn.
6. When Baby Becomes a Toddler, Make A Mason Bottle Training Cup
When your little one wants to show you how big they are, just put a sleeve on your jar. As we explain on our blog, 4 oz jars make especially good training cups, as there will be less to spill.
7. Keep Your Coffee Hot!
The 8 oz. silicone sleeve also does a lovely job of keeping your coffee or tea warm. Or even an apple cider for bigger kids.
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