Introducing the Philips AVENT Comfort Single Electric Breast Pump – Your essential breastfeeding companion.
Breast milk is without a doubt the best for your baby’s start in life. But every mother is different and you may need some assistance to ensure you are able to breast feed for longer. Philips AVENT understand this and have developed a range of products to support you in your feeding journey.
Getting a breast pump as part of preparation for baby is the first step. A breast pump can help you establish supply but also allows you to share the feeding experience with loved ones.
Finding the best breast pump for you is easy with the help of the Philips AVENT Comfort Breast pump range.
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When you’re comfortable and relaxed, your milk flows more easily.* That is why Philips Avent has created their most comfortable breast pump yet for easy expressing at a touch of a button. Now you can sit comfortably while expressing with no need to lean forward, while the soft massage cushion gently stimulates your milk flow giving you and your baby the most comfortable and natural feeding experience. So, whether you’re breastfeeding, bottle feeding or both, the new Comfort range from Philips Avent is designed with you in mind.
Unique, natural expressing position
The Comfort breast pump is the only pump that allows mothers to express in a comfortable position instead of leaning forward, which often leads to discomfort and back pain. Sitting up straight will allow the milk to flow directly from the breast into the container. This improved expressing position helps mothers feel more comfortable and as a result, express more milk naturally.
Clinically proven to be effective
The Comfort breast pump features our clinically proven massage cushion with soft petals that gently compress the breast to stimulate milk flow. The innovative cushion has a distinctive, velvety texture that feels warm on the breast, further helping mothers to relax whilst expressing. The removable cushion also prevents milk pooling, aiding hygiene and eliminating the risk of lost milk.
To stimulate the let-down reflex, mothers can start in a gentle stimulation mode then they can choose from 3 expression settings, depending on their preference for suction intensity.
Easy to combine breast and bottle feeding
Combining breast and bottle has never been easier with the new Natural bottles and Comfort breast pump range. The Natural bottle and Comfort breast pump integrate fully, so mothers can pump, store and feed with the same Natural feeding bottle-without the need to transfer milk.
Philips AVENT – Supporting you every step of the way.
*More comfort: 82% of 64 UK breastfeeding mothers agreed that this breast pump was more comfortable than their current pump (main market brands). Home placement test carried out in the UK in 2011 with 73 first time mothers – 94% of mums strongly agree that being comfortable while expressing is important for good milk flow. More milk naturally; independent research has shown that there is a link between stress levels and milk production. Burton PM, Kennedy K Ahluwalia J, Nicholl R, Lucas A, Fewtrell M.
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In the Philips Avent Comfort Single Electric Breast Pump review, we’ll be asking mums to start their journey with expressing breast milk or replace their current breast pump with the Philips Avent Comfort Single Electric Breast Pump. Mums will be asked to share their thoughts and post their reviews and ratings on this page. Some review team members will also be asked to appear in a video review for this product.
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Published 18th March 2016