MAM Baby Soothers FAQ

MAM has a wide variety of soothers for kids from 2-month-old to 16 months or bigger, all MAM soothers are made from MAM SkinSoftTM which are safe and best for the newborn. Below you will find a list of our most commonly asked questions on MAM baby soothers. 

How to clean MAM Baby soothers?

When using MAM’s Baby soothers for the first time and later on, too at regular intervals; boil the soother for approximately 5 minutes. Kindly make sure you do not exceed the allotted 5 minutes because water may enter the inside of the teat due to the ventilation system that exists in the nipple which helps make the soother orthodontic.

However, and adapting to the baby’s individual oral cavity. The teat adapts to the baby’s individual oral cavity easily. This is because when the baby gets hold of the teat, the air inside the teat is pushed out through the ventilation system which leads to flattening the teat. Hence, the ventilation hole is important in order to allow for the proper development of your baby's jaw and mouth.

How to sterilize MAM baby soothers?

How to sterilize dummies in just 3 simple steps using our new and innovative MAM Dummy Steriliser Box. This portable sterilizer lets you sterilize up to 2 dummies and also makes for practical dummy storage and transport box.

Step 1- Clean soothers with normal tap water to remove any residue, fill soother box with water till indicator level, 25ml / 0.9 floz. 
Step 2- Place the MAM soothers in the water-filled box with teeth facing down.
Step 3- Close the box and heat in the microwave for 3 minutes at 750-1000 Watt.

Watch a video for the tutorial  (click here) 

After how long should one replace the Soother?

Generally, it is recommended that soother be replaced every two months.  It is necessary to check the soother before each use, especially when the baby is teething - and throw away at the first signs of damage or weakness. It is mandatory that soothers be replaced when needed for hygienic purposes. 

Can babies swallow the pacifier?

No.  It is not possible for babies to swallow them. All MAM Soothers are created in cooperation with medical experts and follow the international safety standards and minimal size regulations for soothers.

Suppose the baby manages to squeeze the entire pacifier in their mouth. Remove the soother as gently as possible by grabbing the soother button. It is designed to be easily and safely removed.

What is the Difference between standard silicone and MAM SkinSoft™ Teat?

MAM has created an innovative silicone teat: the SkinSoft™ teat. The copyright silicone teat is silicone with a change as it is soft and feels like mom's natural breast. Credits to the anti-slip surface, the soother easily stays in the baby's mouth.

Is glow-in-the-dark button safe?

Yes, indeed. MAM safety and quality standards are extremely high. MAM’s each and every product is carefully tested and then only approved as 100% safe for babies. 

What is the lifespan of the “glow” effect?

The “glow effect” is directly proportional to the charging time and light source (such as the intensity of natural light during the day). Due to this, it is impossible to give an accurate answer. However, the glow effect can last for up to 8 hours under optimal conditions.

Are softening agents used by MAM soothers?

MAM’s materials come upon the highest expectations and safety standards of the FDA and EN 1400. Therefore, all MAM Soothers are completely baby-safe and do not contain BPA, BPS, PVC, Phthalate, and Lead.

How to wean children off the soother?

The use of soother by the baby should be limited. Baby is only allowed the soother in bed.
Give the soother away figuratively. The child will be glad when given something in return.
Boost up the child’s self-confidence. Big girls and boys don’t need soothers!

What is the carbon footprint of MAM soother?

The total CO2 emissions during a product’s life cycle are called Product Carbon Footprint (PCF). The discharge from production, including raw material, extraction, and transport, as well as product use such as cleaning, sterilization and disposal, are taken into consideration.