There are so many new and awesome things for baby’s these days, everything from bottles to pacifiers. The one of my kids who would use one is my daughter, she had to carry 2 and have one in her mouth. And back then they were not as cool and new as the ones today.
Difrax developed pacifiers in 5 sizes. The shield grows larger simultaneously to the shape and size of the child’s face and the sucking parts (nozzle) becomes larger and more massive as the need to suck increases as well as the jaw strength. That is something so different from when my children were younger.
Difrax has put a unique spin on these pacifiers, they are made to grow as your baby does.5 different stages, Each pacifier style shares a butterfly shape proven to prevent the nose from being obstructed. The added holes in the design allow airflow to reduce skin irritation. The Classic design features a round shaped teat (sucking part) that is more suited to breastfeeding babies, as it has the likeness of a mother’s breast. This style is completely interchangeable; there is no right or wrong way to use. Where as the Orthodontic style’s specific design has a rounded top side of the pacifier to rest against the baby’s palate while the baby’s tongue presses against the flat side.
Difrax is Europe’s leading pacifier company, and the produce a very science-developed product, similar most to Dr. Brown’s here in the USA. Their pacifiers are trendy looking and are BPA free! They are just right for your baby and are so much safer then the old ones.
What i think is pretty awesome is you can get your child’s name put on it, and if they should lose it hopefully someone finds it, they come in all different colors and designs. Difrax has moved away from the old-fashioned light blue for boys and pink for girls. Its own design team designs products in trendy colors. In addition, they have designed smaller soothers, because a baby’s face hidden behind a large soother really does not look nice at all. Choosing the best pacifier can sometimes seem like a job in itself, just keep trying them, until you find the right one for your baby.