BIBS Dummies

BIBS dummies are Danish made high-quality natural dummies. They are made from a 100% natural rubber teat and are 100% free from BPA, PVC & Phthalates. BIBS natural dummies are soft and flexible, which makes them super comfortable for your baby. Mini & Me are proud BIBS dummies stockists as they are truly the best dummies.

BIBS Dummies Sizes

BIBS dummies sizes include:

  • Size 1 BIBS dummy
    •  Best dummies for newborns.
    •  The size 1 BIB dummy will be suitable for 6 months until you need to upgrade to the size 2.
  • Size 2 BIBS dummy
    • Suitable for 6months to 18 months

BIBS Dummies Colours

We stock a massive range of natural rubber dummy colours to satisfy your colour obsession. From island sea to vanilla glow in the dark, we are sure to have the colour you want.

 

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Why Choose BIBS Dummies?

If you’re looking to buy BIBS dummies but are unsure about what makes them so highly reviewed, here are some of the key features that makes them the best dummies in the market.

Design

Besides being super cute, this natural dummy is designed to meet the needs of both you and your bub. The BIBS rubber dummy is designed with a cherry teat that is loved by babies and reduces nipple confusion by encouraging the same suckling style as on an actual nipple. This means BIBS dummies are more likely to be accepted by your baby compared to other dummies on the market.

The slight outward curve of the shield prevents it from pressing into your baby’s face, making it comfortable and non-irritating.

Another bonus feature that makes this the best dummy is a fold-down handle, which means when your bub is waving their hands around, the dummy doesn’t get knocked out as often, making life a lot easier!

Materials

BIBS dummy teat is made from 100% natural rubber, making it safe and comfortable for your baby. The shield is made from Polypropylene (PP), which is also a safe non-toxic material.

Vented teats

All BIBS rubber dummies feature a vented teat which are tiny holes which allows air to escape, thus allowing it to stay soft and keep its shape, thereby helping to prevent jaw malformation.

Due to the "vent" opening, water can sometimes enter the teat when the soother is boiled, if this happens let the dummy cool down and then simply press out the remaining water using your finger and thumb, with the ring facing downwards.

All BIBS dummies meet Australian Safety Standards for soothers (code number AS2432-1991). The BIBS dummies are also made in accordance with the pacifier requirements by European Standard EN1400.

Refunds & Exchanges of BIBS Dummies Australia

Please choose carefully as we cannot offer refunds or exchanges on our natural dummies for a change of mind due to hygiene reasons.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Sterilise a BIBS Dummy?

When you receive your dummy, like any other dummy it will need to be sterilised before use. Immerse your BIBS dummy in a cup of boiling water for 5 minutes and let air dry. Do not use a steriliser of any kind as it can get too hot and may damage your dummy. 

Are BIBS Dummies Suitable for Babies Who Are Still Breastfeeding?

This question comes up a lot, with many mums concerned about nipple confusion. The answer is YES – they are great!

Cherry teats are designed to reduce nipple confusion in breastfed babies, as they are shaped to resemble a nipple. This means they encourage a baby’s natural sucking behaviour.

What’s the Difference Between Cherry Teats or Orthodontic Teats?

The BIBS dummy is a cherry shaped teat. It is made to resemble the shape of a nipple as to not cause nipple confusion with breastfed babies. Orthodontic teats have a rounded top and a flat bottom. This teat is recommended by orthodontists, as it’s less likely to cause problems with teeth later on. The issue with starting on an orthodontic teat is that it can cause a very young baby to suck differently and can, therefore, cause pain to the mother’s nipples during breastfeeding.