REVIEW: Weil Baby Products

{ disclosure : samples received and coupons for free products were given to guests }



This past weekend I hosted a Dr. Andrew Weil Baby House Party with some of my pregger and mommy friends.  With all the hype over the BPA controversy — which I hope isn’t a controversy anymore — I was shocked to find out that many new, first time moms and mommies-to-be had no idea about the dangers of BPA!  Yes, I was even disappointed in myself, being their friend, not bringing it up sooner amongst all our talks about breastfeeding and getting ready for baby… how did the topic of BPA slip us?

I then slyly asked, so why did you want to come to my party if not to learn about the BPA-Free line of products… they answered… you throw awesome parties…  you always giveaway free stuff… who doesn’t love free stuff?!  I have to love the honesty of my friends.  They did also say that it looked like they were going to get some really cool looking bottles to try.  They were not disappointed.

I was definitely intrigued for my own knowledge to know what set this line apart for the bevy of baby bottles available out there.  With the name Dr. Andrew Weil attached to it nonetheless.  This man proved to be my lifesaver during this pregnancy when I was diagnosed with a severe case of pregnancy eczema.  I wanted to tear the skin off my entire body, but mostly I was concerned with my face.  In a desperate attempt to stop scratching I indulged in a FREE Origins Facial and Dr. Andrew Weil’s Plantidote line gave me some much needed relief — I was hooked!  So I asked Dr. Weil, what is this you’re doing for my unborn son?!  Forgetting about the snazzy modern design, it’s a new line of BPA Free Feeding Tools in both Tritan and Glass!  Also noted was that all parts are engineered, tested and manufactured in the USA to ensure they meet the strictest quality control standards.

Since breastfeeding has been a major topic, they were all happy to see that this system strongly supports breastfeeding first, and the line as a support.  The AirWave vent system effectively works to reduce colic, for some of us repeat moms, that was a concern.

One mom commented on the soft nipple, her having a newborn that was so incredibly picky with nipples, she felt it would pass the test.  Another mom raved about the wide neck which allowed for easy cleaning.  A couple of times it was said how very NY or Metro the design was.  We could see the Bugaboo mom’s toting these bottles around the city.

I was more partial to the glass bottle since I’m leaning towards using glass, but the Tritan bottles were beautiful and many noted not the fuzzy unclear BPA-free bottles too.  What is Tritan you ask?  It is a plastic made from copolyester.  It is BPA-free, Recycle Resin #7, impact and shatter resistant, dishwasher safe and able to be sterilized.  Some plastics with a No. 7 code are polycarbonates, which do contain BPA, yet there are many plastics in the category that do not contain BPA, including Eastman Tritan™ copolyester.  It claims not to retain flavors from previous containments ensuring a fresh expected taste experience.

Another warm-fuzzy feeling thing about Dr. Weil Baby is that all of the products and packaging are recyclable to reduce the carbon footprint.  We’re particularly digging the biodegradable Biomax insert that breaks down in water!

As some mom’s couldn’t make the party, that means a coup for you guys!  I’m giving away 3 coupons for a FREE Dr. Andrew Weil Baby Bottle (5oz or 9oz Tritan Tritan- your choice up to $8.99 value) to (1)  lucky winner.  To ENTER, from now until October 12th, leave a comment with your SAGE advice for a new mom and you’ll have a chance to win the Weil Baby Prize Pack. Get up to (two) bonus entry if you follow me on twitter @greenbaby_nyc and re-tweet this giveaway as well as becoming a fan on Facebook.  Giveaway only open to those with U.S. addresses. Giveaway ends on October 12th, 2009 at 11:59 EST. A winner will be selected randomly by and notified by e-mail.

For my TWITTER friends, a bonus contest for the 15th Tweet of this contest, you’ll win (1) coupon for a FREE Dr. Andrew Weil Baby Bottle (5oz or 90z Tritan – your choice, up to $8.99 value). (One) entry per twitter account, per day.  Giveaway only open to those with U.S. addresses.

If you can’t wait to see if you’re a winner, you can download a generous $5 coupon off a $15 Weil Baby purchase at Babies R Us.

About Suzanne Chan

Suzanne is student, daughter, wife, (labor & delivery) certified registered nurse, certified lactation counselor, friend, entrepreneur and blogger – but the job she's most proud of is mother… She shares her journey on this blog and The Disney Files. Read more about her here.

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  • Patricia

    The bottles are very METRO for sure. My advice is if some offers to help… let them… you’ll be glad you did later on.

  • Amanda

    Stick to a schedule… it makes life a whole lot easier.

  • Amanda

    friend on FB!

  • My advice would be not to spread yourself to thin. Accept help from family and friends.

  • Linda L

    when things get tough, just remember it will pass. it’s just a phase.

  • mommietj

    Plan Ahead! Every morning list the things you have to do….make sure nothing is undone by night.

  • lot about you

  • wendy

    My advise…… there is not such thing as a spoiled baby. Give your baby all the love you can… treasure those moments because you baby is only a baby 1 time…. next thing their 16 years old and bugging you for their drivers permit….

  • wendy

    I added your facebook….. nice page

  • mitra

    so there were a few things moms didn’t tell you about the delivery… if you knew, you wouldn’t do it… look at your baby now… no regrets right?

  • tatiana

    Breastfeeding is best, but its not for everyone. Don’t beat yourself up if it doesn’t take. It’s better to have a happy mommy and baby than crankies.

  • Kmichaels

    Sleep when baby sleeps! Try to!

  • I bookmarked this link. Thank you for good job!,

  • poper304

    no mom is more perfect than you… you’re perfect for your baby.

  • Jeannette

    My advice…..

    As a new mom things will not go as smooth as you want them to go (you are not superwoman) just remember not to beat yourself up. So what if your house is not spotless all the time just look at the miracle you created.

  • Betty1018

    Trust your instincts, mommy knows best.


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