MULTI-SENSORY SILICONE TEETHER (YELLOW)
GLASS BABY BOTTLE WITH SILICONE SLEEVE 4 OZ (118ML) ORANGE
I want to introduce company that makes unique products that are both environment friendly & simple. Pam Marcus, a pediatric feeding specialist & founder of LifeFactory created the company in 2007. LifeFactory created the BPA free bottles with a silicone sleeve for babies and is the only company to introduce silicone sleeve bottles for adults. How neat is that?
I think the silicone around the bottle is completely a cool design. I’ve honestly never tried a glass bottle before I tried LifeFactory. The silicone is great for gripping and preventing accidental breaks. It provides a shield around the bottle for protection.
Now onto the teether. It’s a basic look for a teether, yes. But it comes packed with usability to the max. It’s BPA, phthalate, PVC, and latex free! It can be refrigerated or frozen to soothe aching gums. Most of all importantly, it’s dishwasher safe!
We all know common teethers are filled with water and frozen. I personally don’t like those kind of teether’s as I’ve had a few pop on me before. The silicone design is really cool. It’s perfect for sensory.
For over 17 years, Pam Marcus has been a pediatric physical therapist and feeding specialist. She is an expert on infant development, trained to observe and measure an infant’s key milestones, including motor, social and language skills. After years of wondering why there weren’t healthy, eco-friendly, and well-designed developmental products on the market, she used her scientific skills and love of design to create Lifefactory.
As an award-winning integrative designer, Daren has an innate sense of aesthetics, proportion, and style that is both cutting-edge and familiar. Daren begins his designs by deciphering how objects and environments affect one’s sense of well-being, which enables his work to appeal to a wide range of physical and emotional senses. A father of three, Daren is concerned about the environment and brings his passion for life and design to Lifefactory. Daren’s designs won Metropolitan Home Magazine’s Home of the Year contests in 1996 and 2005.