BiBS pacifiers are from a family company established in a small Danish town. The family came up with the original (and classic) BiBS pacifier close to 50 years ago. It is made from only the finest materials and is designed to be as close to a real life experience for babies as possible. The design imitates the shape and feel of a mothers’ nipple, which allows your child to self-soothe by exercising their instinctive sucking instinct in the most natural way possible.
Our BiBS pacifiers come in a huge range of colors for you to choose from individually. We also offer sets of two (2), three (3) and four (4). They come in two sizes, stage 1 (0-6 months) and stage 2 (6-18 months).
Made from natural rubber, our BiBS pacifiers are 100% free from BPA, PVC and phthalates.
bug + bean kids are authorised resellers of BiBS pacifiers USA.
Care of product:
Once you have received your fabulous BiBS pacifier(s) it is recommended that you should sterilize the pacifier before giving it to your little one to use. It is suggested that placing the pacifier(s) in boiling water for 3-5 minutes. Please note that the nipple is “vented” and the natural rubber will allow some water through inside but should drain out once removed from water. If it has not, wait for it to cool and gently squeeze the nipple to push it out.
Please note that it is recommended that you DO NOT place the pacifiers in the dishwasher or microwave as it will destroy the natural rubber. DO NOT store these "binkys" in sterilizing liquid as it will affect the durability. Please also avoid placing the BiBS pacifiers in products containing sugars or sugar supplements such as medicines.
We here at bug + bean kids recommend storing the BiBS in clean, cool, dry conditions and avoid direct sunlight and heat to ensure the natural rubber does not weaken. Be aware that the nipple on these pacifiers will expand and change color during use. It is also worth noting that whilst there is no harm using the pacifiers for extended periods of time, BiBS recommends replacing them every 5 or 6 weeks. A good indicator is if the natural rubber becomes darker and possibly slightly sticky.