Baby bottles for breastfed babies help them in the transition process of using a bottle. When choosing a feeding bottle, it should have a soft nipple that mimics the natural nipple because babies are used to a certain way of how nipples ooze milk. The bottle should also have a wide base for the baby to hold.

The feeding bottle should also have anti-colic features and easy to clean. The anti-colic features help keep away air bubbles from the milk inside the bottle because when babies swallow air they can get gas pains.
The bottle should also be designed to give the same sucking motion as the breasts especially for babies who switch between breastfeeding and bottle feeding. The bottle should be easy to hold because of the long feeding hours.

When buying a feeding bottle, consider one that has a compatible pump adapter because it helps save time by pumping directly into the bottle.