MEDELA Breastmilk Storage Bags (Pack of 25 Pieces) - MED008-0408

6.500 KWD

  • Brand: Medela
  • Product Code: MED008-0408
  • Availability: Out Of Stock

  • The convenient way to store, carry and warm expressed breast milk, Medela breast milk storage bags are easy to use and hygienic.

  • No leaks with double zip protection and double walls

  • No tearing, splitting or cracking with heat-sealed seams

  • Bags stand upright for easy handling and lie flat for storage

  • Transport pouch included to keep breast milk bags organised and clean

  • BPA free

  • The benefits of feeding expressed breast milk

  • When you’re breastfeeding and pumping milk for your baby, there’ll be times when you need to store it to use later; for example, if you’re breastfeeding and working fulltime, going out for an evening, or simply want a stock of expressed breast milk for another caregiver to feed to your baby while you take a break. In addition, if you have an oversupply of breast milk it’s a good idea to store it safely rather than wasting it – expressed breast milk retains most of its health-giving benefits, so it’s better for your baby than formula.

  • How to store breast milk: A convenient, hygienic solution

  • If you’re expressing your milk straight into bottles, transferring it into Medela breast milk storage bags for storage and transport makes sense. These stand up upright for easy handling, yet can lie flat once sealed, for storage in the fridge, plus they can be frozen, too. Milk storage bags also make life easier later on, when you want to defrost and warm your frozen breast milk to feed to your baby. If you want to express your milk directly into milk storage bags, take a look at our Pump & save bags.

  • How to warm breast milk

  • Your baby may prefer your expressed milk if it’s at body temperature, because it seems more like milk that’s come directly from the breast. It’s easy to warm your milk in a Medela breast milk storage bag: either place it into a bowl of warm water or a bottle warmer, or run it under a warm (maximum of ­37 °C or 98.6 °F, which is body temperature) tap.

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