Ninni Pacifier Oatmeal 1 Pack
Ninni Pacifier Oatmeal 1 Pack
Ninni Pacifier Oatmeal 1 Pack
Ninni Pacifier Oatmeal 1 Pack
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Ninni Pacifier Oatmeal 1 Pack

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3 Ninni pacifiers for only $34.99 — add any three 1-packs to your cart for an auto discount. Choose any colors!

Our Oatmeal pacifier is a monochromatic hit among our orthodontic pacifiers. This color quickly became our best seller, and it's gender neutral to match any clothing choice you select for your baby. This breast-like pacifier will come conveniently packed in one environmentally friendly rice paper kraft bag, bundled always with love. 

  • Recommended Age: 0-36 months
  • Designed for Dental Health: Specially shaped to support healthy dental and oral development, making it a top choice for infants
  • Natural Latching and Sucking: Aids in natural latching and sucking motions
  • Safety-Centric Design: The pacifier's round shield with air holes ensures safe breathing for your baby
  • Nose-Friendly Latch: Created to gently touch the baby’s nose, encouraging a natural, wide latch
  • Easy-to-Hold Nipple: The extra soft nipple is designed for easy gripping by babies, promoting comfort and oral motor development
  • Adaptable for All Infants: Ideal for both breastfed and bottle-fed babies, facilitating an easy switch
  • BPA-free, Top Quality Silicone: Safe for babies and approved by experts
  • Easy to Clean
  • Dishwasher-Safe
For Canada orders: https://www.babyboomcreations.ca/ninni-pacifier-cases-and-clips

For all other International orders: https://lactationhub.com/ninni-co-pacifier

Customer Reviews

Based on 142 reviews
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M.R.

Love these pacis! Great for breastfed babies

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K.W.
Very good

My baby loves this Pacifier. She’s 6 months and started refusing other pacifiers and only wanting to nurse and use nursing like a pacifier. She took to this pacifier instantly. It’s not 100% the same as a breast, so we still sometimes have issues with her taking it at night, but she’s much more likely to take this than any other pacifier.

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K.K.
Perfect Paci!

I’ve tried all types and my baby would gag on them all. I was too tired of being a human pacifier and set out to find one that was different from the others. This one I saw recommended from someone on TikTok and so I purchased one. She immediately took it longer than others and after a few days of practice it soothes her immediately. She’s still not a pacifier baby but this is the only one she will take for longer periods of time! Love that it’s from a small company too!

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Cessia Perez
Miracle Paci!!

My 2 month old is an exclusively breastfed baby and would not take any paci’s at all. We tried 6 different brands and he did not like any of them, he wouldn’t latch for even 5 seconds to them. I saw the Ninni Co paci on tik tok and decided to try it. This is the only pacifier that my baby has latched on to and liked it. The material is a lot thinner and softer than other pacifier’s and I think that’s why my baby liked it. It’s been an easy transition going from breast to paci without a problem. I will be ordering another set because we loved them, definitely recommended!!

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Sarah Sullivan
Too flimsy

I was really hoping that I would be one of the reviews that said it was a miracle for my baby who can't take a paci. Unfortunately, I am joining the reviews I saw and ignored that explain the rubber is way too soft and flimsy for my baby to get a grip on. She really tried and I think the shape is good, but it folds and prevents a latch every single time. I have tried putting my finger in it to keep it stiff until she grabs onto it but that doesn't work either. I thought there would be a guide for tips and tricks (instructions) but when you scan the qr code all it is is a list of facts like don't give it to the baby when she's hungry, etc. Total waste of $17 that can't be returned because it has been "used".