Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Difrax Classic Pacifiers

Difrax sent me a pack of this pacifier.  Yeah I know, you might be thinking what do I need this for.  I don't  need any of it as I don't have small baby anymore but I know someone who does.  Difrax is unique  and different from  other pacifiers because they are designed  specifically to soothe your baby.  and it also help break the habit of using one when your  baby does not need it anymore.  It has  round nipples that most resembles the breast so it feels more like the Mom is the one soothing the baby.

I had some pacifiers given by friends when my kids were still babies but I never really let them use it.   I read an article once that it could affect  baby's  teeth so that's why I stay away fro m pacifiers.  I am not against using pacifiers as I know that it helps some babies to get calm when they are feeling agitated but sometimes, when baby got used to   using them, it is very hard to  break them away from using one.

How about you, did you let your children use pacifiers?

Key Attributes of the Difrax 3-Stage Pacifier System:

  1. The 3 stage pacifier system has newborn to 6 month, 6+ month, and 18+ month styles designed with features/benefits unique to the needs of that baby's age
  2. Unique butterfly shape keeps nose free and allows for extra air circulation, reducing risk of skin irritation 
  3. The pacifiers come in a wide array of fun and trendy colorful patterns
  4. The Classic pacifiers have round nipples that resemble a breast, making them perfect for babies who are breastfeeding

Additional Info

Difrax Pacifier System from The Netherlands-the trendy, fun, innovative pacifier system designed for every stage of your baby/child's development.  One size does not fit all.  The classic style offers a round nipple that most resembles the breast, so it feels more like mommy while the orthodontic style stimulates the development of the palate and the muscles of the jaw and mouth.  Each collection comes in newborn to 6 month, 6+ month and 18+ month styles that are specifically designed with different features and benefits unique to the needs of that baby's age .  The 18 month pacifier is even designed to wean baby off.  In addition, the unique butterfly shape, the result of years of research and development, allows for extra air circulation, reducing the risk of skin irritation and keeping the nose free. You'll love all the fun colors and patterns available too! http://www.difraxusa.com/

Disclosure:  The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated in writing this review.  The product mentioned above was provided for FREE i for   evaluation purposes.

30 comments:

  1. Those are cute. My kiddo never took a pacifier.

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  2. what cute pictures my son hated having a pacier

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  3. Cute pacifiers. Only 2 of my 4 children used them.

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  4. Those are adorable. My youngest used pacifiers. He was screaming a lot when he was hospitalized at few months old, and the parents of the other patients told me to get a pacifier so they could sleep, lolz. I did and everyone slept soundly that night.

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  5. Really fun colors and designs on these pacifiers.

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  6. My daughter had binkie until she was 2 years old, that's the only way to keep her quiet.

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  7. Those pacifiers look really cute! But my kids never used pacifiers. They had teethers during their toddler years but not pacifiers.

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  8. That's lovely, Rose. My nephew didn't use any pacifier so there's no problem with him of breaking the habit sucking the pacifier. He keeps sucking his thumb though up until now that he's 18 months.

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  9. I like the color and the design. I will check this out for I needed one :-) Not for my family but, for a cousin.

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  10. my daughter had this and she likes it. too bad she is off her binky now.

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  11. Those are one gorgeous pacifier design. I like how you can tell and appreciate those binkee.

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  12. I was gonna say, your kids are big for that :) that looks perfect for my nieces who are 18 mos and 3 months (they are sisters ) I will look into that binky :)

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  13. My daughter didn't use a pacifier and although we tried to give it to her, she didn't need it. My son on the other hand used it for 2 years. I breastfed both my kids for more than 2 years but my son was harder to wean, the pacifier helped me wean him as well and when he no longer had cravings to feed on me and used the bottle instead, he also stopped using the pacifier.

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  14. those are cute designs, i guess if baby can handle without pacifier, then, they don't have to be introduced, it i believ eis something to be introduced as needed

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  15. ooh, i bought some for my babies but they were not able to use it, they are not into sucking their fingers

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  16. Those paficier are cute, I don't let my daughter use the pacifier when she was a baby. She was good without it.

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  17. You're right when I read the word "pacifier" I was thinking you don't need it, your burritos are grown ups already. Or perhaps you're expecting. LOL... just kidding! But those pacifier are really cute.

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  18. I was thinking the same, gladly, you explained it in your opening statement. LOL!

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  19. both my kids used pacifier. my girl never had braces but her set of permanent teeth are fine naman.

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  20. Only my eldest used a pacifier for some time but my two younger kids didn't. Those are cute ones though.

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  21. It doesn't bother me when infant use binkies, but it does bother me when a 3 year old and above use pacifier :D

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  22. I like how colorful the pacifiers are. Babies would be attracted to it for sure.

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  23. Whah, my second daughter had her pacifier for life.. LOL, To tell you frankly, na hinder ang speech nya

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  24. i wish i had known about difrax when my little girl was smaller.

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  25. Love the colors of those pacifiers. Buti na lang inexplain mo kung para kanino to. Napaisip kasi ako nung makita ko picture. :)

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  26. Those are cute pacifier Sis but like you my kids are not into pacifier :-( and not even bottles :-( They both are breast-fed exclusively especially my Kuya K who was a preemie :-)

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  27. My kids use their fingers instead then they to soothe themself but these pacifiers are pretty :-) It does not work for me but I know it will for others.

    http://www.healthisourkey.com/the-little-k-was-bit-by-mosquitoes/

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  28. those pacifiers look so colorful! I think any child would want to chew them....earlier I was playing with a nephew who kept wanting to eat everything he gets his hands on...I think he needs a pacifier...my kids used pacifiers...helped me a lot to calm them hahaha but yeah sometimes they affect teething...I guess they should be used in moderation :)you are so generous..I bet that "someone," who needs those pacifiers will be thrilled to have them :)

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  29. Me and my six younger siblings used pacifier and it is true, the pacifier has affected our teeth. Sad but true! :( I hated mine.

    A lesson learned.. When I get my own kids one day, I wouldn't let them use pacifiers. Hehehe! ;)

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  30. Oh my!Oh my! I thought you were expecting! Those are really cute pacifiers...

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