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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

All Things Baby ~ Pipila (review)



Babies are notorious for dropping their pacifier on the floor, in the dirt, in the bathroom, etc. These little pacifiers pick up all sorts of germs and bacteria, which is pretty gross if you think about it.  A parent’s natural response is to rinse it off, but how clean does that really make the pacifier?

The Pipila was made as a way to easily remove 99.9% of germs from a pacifier. How does it work? The Pipila uses a UV/O3 (ozone) lamp to sterilize the pacifier.

More specifically, the website explains:


The Pipila is very easy to use. You simply place the rinsed pacifier in the Pipila, push it down, and close the lid. After waiting for 5 minutes, the Pipila’s light will turn off and you’ll have a sterilized pacifier safe for baby to use.

The shape or size of the pacifier will not be changed at all by using the Pipila. 

One thing I like about the Pipila is its size. This will fit nicely in the bottom of my diaper bag and won’t take any room away for storing other necessities.

I’ve used the Pipila to sterilize 2 pacifiers for the baby on the way. I’ve put their covers back on them and will have one ready to use when the first pacifier falls or drops. This way, I can sterilize the one that fell and have a clean pacifier on hand for use at all times.  That makes me a happy mom.

Buy It:

These can be purchased online and in select stores for around $30 a piece. Visit Pipila’s website to locate the store closest to you.



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