Best Buys Reviews & shopping Bottle or teat The bottles that mums love 1 of Ad break Mums’ favourite bottlesIf you’re bottle feeding, you want to make sure you have the best brand for your baby. Here are the ones we rate... Finalist: NUK First Choice BPA-free BottleThis wide-neck bottle is easy to clean and comes in a choice of four colours. The teat is approved by the British Dental Health Foundation. £4.79 Finalist: MAM Anti-Colic BottleA great colourful bottle with an easy-to-read measurement scale. £4.39 Finalist: Prince Lionheart Silicone BottleThe body of the bottle is flexible, so excess air can be squeezed out to help prevent colic. Easy for small hands to grip too, from £4 Continue slideshow > Finalist: Vital Baby Nurture Airflow Silicone Feeding BottlePerfect for combining breast and bottle feeding, as you can gently squeeze the bottom of the bottle to mimic a breastfeeding action. Read the review. £5.99 Finalist: Thinkbaby PES BottleThe curve in the middle of the bottle allows the baby to grip it effectively. It can converted into a trainer cup at a later stage. £13.99 for two Finalist: Dr Browns Natural Flow Feeding System BPA FreeA robust bottle from a trusted brand. The internal venting system, which means that air and milk never mix, helps to reduce colic and wind. Read the review. £6.99 Bronze Award: BornFree BPA-free Plastic Feeding BottleFeatures a unique air vent, which reduces symptoms of colic. Ergonomically designed so parent or child can hold it safely.Read the review. £13.99 for two Continue slideshow > Silver Award: Philips AVENT BPA-free Feeding BottleA BPA-free bottle with an anti-colic teat, this bottle is easy to clean and assemble. Read the review. £5.50 Gold Award: Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Bottle and TeatThis bottle is perfect if you’re combining breast and bottle feeding as the soft silicone teats mimic the feel and movement of the breast.Read the review. From £4.49 By Rachel Malcolm Comments Latest on MadeForMums ‘Belly facials’ – the new sheet mask skincare trend for your baby bump Woman with PCOS discovers she's pregnant - with quads! WHO tells midwives: 'Only speed up labour when there are real risks involved' Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018?