Breastfeed Longer

Collaboration between breast and bottle.

  • Seamless transitions reduce confusion & fussiness.

  • Breast personalization ensures caregivers participate in safer feeds.

  • Ensures less spit up & bonding for the whole family.

We are here to support your breastfeeding with a bottle naturally designed to match every mom. 

Avoid breastfeeding disruptions:

The Natural Nipple®’s patented nipple designs are clinically developed from 3D scans of lactating breasts to create a natural match to your unique shape, feel & milk flow. 

Take the quiz and find your

LatchMatch™

We are here to support your breastfeeding with a bottle naturally designed to match every mom. 

Avoid breastfeeding disruptions:

The Nipple®’s patented nipple designs are clinically developed from 3D scans of lactating breasts to create a natural match to your unique shape, feel & milk flow. 

Take the quiz and find your LatchMatchTM

LatchMatch™

Your feeding goals are our priority.

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Recommended for making feeding easier

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Reduction in latching time & frustration

How to introduce The Natural Nipple®

Our team of lactation specialists are here to guide you to feeding freedom for seamless transitions between breast & bottle.


Frequently asked questions about breastfeeding longer

FAQs about 

breastfeeding longer

How do natural flows support breastfeeding?

While breastfeeding is instinctive for your baby, consistently achieving the perfect latch is a learned skill. Introducing a bottle with a significantly faster flow can disrupt this learning process. Matching the bottle flow to your natural flow is essential for smooth transitions between breast and bottle. Take our LatchMatch Quiz to personalize the bottle flow to your natural flow.

What is nipple confusion and how can it be avoided?

A bottle nipple that differs significantly in shape from a mother’s natural nipple can confuse a baby. Switching between different shapes and flows can lead to refusal or ‘Nipple Confusion.’ Use our LatchMatch Quiz to find a bottle nipple that closely resembles your nipple, ensuring seamless transitions from breast to bottle.

What is the recommended length of time for breastfeeding?

The recommended breastfeeding duration varies based on several factors: milk supply, the baby’s sucking strength, and latch quality. One baby may get enough milk in 10 minutes, while another may take 40 minutes, both within the norm. Monitor your baby’s milk intake through weight gain and diaper output.

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