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Farlin feeding bottles mimic nature

Breast feeding and breast milk will always be the best choice for children for the mothers who go back to work after giving birth. The Farlin range provides a safe solution with a range of feeding nipples that closely simulates nature, a spokesman for KTI, the sole distributor for Farlin products in Sri Lanka said.

"The Farlin range comes with a lengthened air value that prevents colic and in a unique design, has the potential to stretch to mimic nature while bionic design features the mammary glands in what could be called a breakthrough design that stays perfectly close to nature," the spokesman said.

Farlin, a baby and child care brand with a heritage of 30 years in the market, has been consistently focusing on perfecting the feeding of the infant.

The highlight of the Farlin range is the manner in which it closely mimics nature, giving the experience of feeding at ease without disturbing the feeding pattern of babies. Following many studies of observing babies and their habits and behaviour, Farlin has designed the range that best meet their needs.

Farlin also runs a paediatric hospital and is committed to designing and delivering products that suit baby needs best.

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