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5 Reasons To Love The Hegen Baby Bottle

The Hegen Baby Bottle newest revolutionary Press-to-Close, Twist-to-Open (PCTO™) innovative bottle is the world’s first baby bottle without a screw neck, allowing parents to easily press on and twist off bottle lids with zero spillage. Our baby has tried these bottles and I’m here to share 5 reasons why we love the Hegen Baby Bottle!

Hegen Baby Bottle

Read all about their brand story and features here.

Here’s 5 reasons why this Hegen Baby Bottle is really SIMPLY well-designed.

#1: Make Every Drop Count

When it comes to breast milk, every drop, literally, counts. Now that Daniel has transitioned to formula, every drop still counts because formula milk is so expensive!

I remember back when I was still breastfeeding Daniel, and my helper spilt a whole bottle of freshly expressed milk. I cried. It was so much hard work!!

With the HEGEN new bottle, I love how Daniel is able to reach every last bit of milk in his bottle without lifting his bottle really high up (just to empty all the milk into the teat for him to consume). He finished every last drop on his own!

Hegen Baby Bottle

Such a well designed bottle, really.

#2: Multi-Use Bottles

The Hegen Baby Bottles are amazing.

You can store your breast milk in the bottles + a lid and when you are ready to feed, just change the lid for a teat + cover!

Hegen Baby Bottle

And when you don’t need to store breast milk like me, I am really happy using it to store snacks.

It’s ingenious! I feel a little heartbroken for all the old bottles that Daniel used to use and all I could do was throw those bottles away!

#3: Press to Close & Twist to Open cover

As mentioned in the above point, the Hegen Baby Bottle with lid makes a very good snack holders because they are air tight and just the right size for Daniel to hold.

Hegen Baby Bottle

And because of the twist to open cover, Daniel can close the bottles on his own by pressing the lid but when he wants to open it, he will have to come to us for help. I fear using snack bottles that allow him to open on his own because he has spilt and wasted way too much snacks by doing so!

#4: Easy to clean & Easy to hold for babies

Hegen Baby Bottle’s unique square-shaped design and wide mouth bottle means when I wash the bottles, I can simply put my own hands into the bottle for easy cleaning. No more ridiculous bottle brushes which are a nightmare to use.

#5: Hegen Baby Bottles are made to be sturdy

Oh have I mentioned how well made Hegen Baby Bottles are? Hegen products are manufactured with the highest quality standards, backed by our bparent factory with decades of manufacturing expertise and accredited with ISO9001, 14001, 18001, and 13485 certifications. Free of Phthalate, PVC, BPA and EA, parents can rest assured that Hegen bottles are always safe for babies to drink from.

In short, it’s SOLID yet light-weight!

If you’re looking for a new baby bottle for your child, do a consider Hegen Baby Bottle.

Hegen Baby Bottle


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Product Description Price
Hegen PCTO™ 150ml/5oz Feeding Bottle $24.80
Hegen PCTO™ 150ml/5oz Feeding Bottle (2-pack) $42.80
Hegen PCTO™ 240ml/8oz Feeding Bottle $26.80
Hegen PCTO™ 240ml/8oz Feeding Bottle (2-pack) $46.80
Hegen PCTO™ 150ml/5oz Breastmilk Storage (6-pack) $49.80
Hegen Slow Flow Teat (2-pack) $12.80
Hegen Medium Flow Teat (2-pack) $12.80
Hegen Fast Flow Teat (2-pack) $12.80

Hegen is exclusively available at Motherswork & Takashimaya, and will soon be available on Amazon.com. For more information, please visit their official website or Hegen’s Facebook page.

Disclaimer: Hegen Baby Bottles featured in this post were sponsored for a non-obligatory review on this blog. All opinions shared are honest and are of my own.


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  1. Lois
    January 28, 2019 / 7:07 pm

    Wow, thanks for the review!
    I’m not sure if you’re still using these bottles now but I just want to ask if they were used long enough and were still sturdy. I went to a bazaar recently and saw one of the bottle lids has a small crack on it (probably from the twisting). It was the last day of a 4 day bazaar and I think a lot of people tried closing and opening the bottles which might have caused the damage. Did yours remain intact? Thanks :D

    • Ju Ann
      February 26, 2019 / 3:59 pm

      Hi Lois, yes I am still using these and mine are still fine. Sorry to hear about yours! maybe you could write in to them and see if it’s normal.