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Do I need to sterilize my baby's bottles after washing with Cradle?

Yes, sterilizing is recommended especially if you are not 100% sure about your tap water's quality. Sterilizing with high heat kills potentially harmful germs and bacteria that may be present in the rinse water.

What are the usage instructions of Cradle baby bottle & nipple cleanser?

Dilute 2-3 pumps (or 2-3 capfuls) of Cradle baby bottle & nipple cleanser in a liter of clean water. Soak and clean baby bottles and utensils using a bottle brush or sponge. If desired, you may also pump a small amount of Cradle directly onto the sponge/brush. For washing fruits and vegetables: soak fruits and vegetables in diluted solution for at least 40 seconds. Rinse thoroughly in clean running water.

I'm a breastfeeding mom, can I use Cradle to wash my nipples?

Yes, absolutely! Especially if you are concerned about any residues left behind by your regular bath products.

Where can I buy Cradle baby bottle & nipple cleaner?

Cradle is available in all leading supermarkets, department stores and baby specialty stores nationwide (SM department store, Baby Company, Landmark, Rustan's, Shopwise, S&R, Robinsons, Waltermart, Mothercare, Metro Gaisano, selected branches of Mercury Drugstore).

Is Cradle Toy & Surface cleaner edible too?

Cradle Toy & Surface Cleaner is non-toxic, i.e. causes no harmful effects if ingested. All Cradle products passed the Department of Science and Technology's Oral Toxicity Test, and unlike regular household cleaners, you can be sure that these are safe to use around your baby. Cradle Toy & Surface Cleaner is perfect to use on crib railings, high chairs, strollers, play mats... anything that your baby might put into their mouth -- your phones and tech gadgets included!

Mommy Tips

Breastfeeding Tips for Working Moms

We know breastfeeding is best for babies. Breast milk provides babies with the essential nutrients not available in any other food, not even in infant formula. But in this busy modern day era, how can working moms keep up?

Tip # 1: You can keep up your milk supply by using a high-quality breast pump to express milk during the workday.

Pumping stimulates your milk production, so you’ll have plenty of milk available when you nurse your baby.

Tip # 2: Store breast milk in a refrigerator or a small cooler to keep the milk cold until you get home.

If your fridge stays at less than 4ºC the milk is safe for up to five days. If you’re not sure of the temperature or it is higher, it is best to use it within 3 days. Otherwise it should be stored in the freezer.

Frozen breast milk should be thawed slowly in the fridge or at room temperature and should not be refrozen. It is best to have a fridge or freezer solely for stored breast milk, to avoid opening of the cooler so many times.

Tip # 3: Prepare and practice!

It’s a good idea to get used to pumping a week or two before returning to work so you’ll know what to expect and how it feels.

Drink plenty of water/liquids to keep hydrated. This also helps, for faster milk production.

Tip # 4: Be consistent.

To maximize milk supply, have a fixed extraction schedule, ideally with consistent time intervals.

Tip # 5: Relax! Stress can certainly slow the flow.

Some studies show that physical and mental stress can slow the release of oxytocin, a hormone released into your bloodstream when you nurse. If you’re producing less milk because oxytocin is in short supply, relaxation is key.

If only little milk comes out, try applying warm compress around your breast to help release milk.

Tip # 6: You are what you eat. In this case, your baby absorbs the nutrients you ingest. So be conscious of your diet.

Eat a balanced diet low in animal fats and high-fat dairy products.

Avoid fish that may have high mercury levels, such as swordfish, shark, and mackerel.

Eat organically grown food, if available.

Tip # 7: Personal hygiene is very important. Before you start extraction, make sure you thoroughly cleanse breast and areola areas.

This will help prevent the transmittal of unwanted bacteria in your baby’s milk. Moreover, this can also help prolong the shelf life of breast milk. When breast milk is contaminated, faster spoilage / shorter shelf life is a possibility.

Tip #8: Avoid feeding your babies with toxic chemicals. When you wash baby bottles, breast pumps and other feeding accessories with regular dishwashing liquids, a high amount of toxic residue can also remain in your baby’s stuff. Hence, it is better to clean baby bottles, breast pump parts, and other baby accessories that may come in contact with your baby’s mouth with a non-toxic and natural cleanser.

Try using Cradle baby bottle and nipple cleanser. It’s made from natural and edible ingredients so you’re sure your baby is safe from ingesting harsh chemicals.


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