Philips Avent’s Comfort Breast Pump promotes smoother milk flow
May 25, 2013
Motherhood brings countless joys. But with emotional fulfillment come sacrifices that both seasoned and newbie moms face. One of the most challenging, as well as uncomfortable, experiences is breastfeeding. But with the right tools, breastfeeding can be a pleasurable and fulfilling gift that any mom can give to her newborn.
“Philips Avent is behind moms everywhere in giving the best possible nutrition for their babies,” shares Me-Ann Achacoso, Philips Avent’s Business Development Manager. “Providing breast milk to your little one is very important, and Philips Avent sees to it that moms can do this in utmost comfort.”
Achacoso says that when moms are comfortable and relaxed, milk flows more easily. And to aid moms in providing milk for their babies, Philips Avent created its most comfortable breast pump yet—the Philips Avent Comfort Breast Pump.
Designed for relaxed and hassle-free pumping, the Philips Avent Comfort Breast Pump allows milk to flow directly from the breast into the bottle, even if you are sitting up straight. That means moms can sit more comfortably when pumping, and no longer need to lean forward to make sure all the milk ends up in the bottle. It prevents backache, aids relaxation and encourages easier milk flow.
Its innovative active massage cushion feels warm and natural on the breast, as its soft silicone petals gently massage the breast to stimulate the let-down reflex, encouraging milk flow and supply.
“The Philips Avent Natural and Comfort range was developed in cooperation with healthcare professionals to ensure the highest mother and childcare standards. The Philips Avent Natural Comfort range allows moms to be more flexible when feeding their babies,” Achacoso adds.
The Comfort Breast Pump is available in manual and electric format.
“Philips Avent believes that breastfeeding should not be a daunting task, especially for new moms. We want moms to feel at ease when caring for their newborn, and we likewise want babies to get the best possible nutrition during their growing up years,” concludes Achacoso.