Pump and feed directly from one bag
Bags stand upright for easy handling and lie flat for storage
Feed your baby straight from the bag by attaching the feeding teat

Instruction for use

The Lola&Lykke Breast Milk Storage Bags are intended to be used for storing breast milk, transporting breast milk and warming up breast milk for feeding the baby.

Important safety information

  • The breast milk storage bag is a single-use product. It is not intended to be reused or reprocessed. Reprocessing could cause loss of mechanical, chemical and/or biological characteristics. Reuse could cause cross-contamination.
  • Do not thaw frozen breast milk or warm breast milk in a microwave or a pan of boiling water, to avoid loss of vitamins, minerals and other important components and to prevent burns.
  • Do not fill bag past the 150ml mark, breast milk expands as it freezes.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water before touching the storage bag. Dry your hands with a fresh towel or a single-use paper towel.
  • Avoid touching the inside of the storage bag.

Storing Breast Milk

  • As soon as you are fi nished pumping, place the breast milk bottle or breast milk storage bag in a cool place like a cool bag if not at home.
  • Transfer breast milk bottles or breast milk storage bags to the refrigeratoror freezer once you are home.
  • When freezing do not fi ll bottles/bags more than 3/4 full to allow space forexpansion. Label bottles/bags with the date of pumping.
  • In order to preserve the components of the breastmilk, thaw in the refrigerator overnight or by holding the bottle/bag under running warm water (max. 37° C).
  • Gently shake the bottle/bag to blend any fat that has separated.
  • Do not thaw frozen breastmilk in a microwave oven or in a pan of boilingwater (danger of burning).
Freshly Expressed Breastmilk Thawed breastmilk (previously frozen)
Room Temperature Max. 4 hours at up to 25°C / 77°F 1— 2 hours at up to 25°C / 77°F
Refrigerator 3 — 5 days at approx. 4°C / 39°F 24 hours at approx. 4°C / 39°F
Refrigerator Freezer 6 months at approx. -16°C / 3°F Never refreeze
Deep Freezer 12 months at approx. -18°C / 0°F

Preparing Breast Milk

  • Do not thaw frozen breast milk in a microwave or in a pan of boiling water.
  • Do not microwave breast milk. Microwaving can cause severe burns to baby’s mouth from hot spots that develop in the milk during microwaving. Microwaving can also change the composition of breast milk.
  • Thaw breast milk overnight in the refrigerator. Thawed breast milk is safe in the refrigerator for 24 hours. Do not refreeze thawed breast milk.
  • Quickly thaw breast milk by holding the bottle or bag under warm running water.
  • Place the sealed bottle or bag in a bowl of warm water for 20-minutes to bring it to body temperature.
  • If you are adding expressed breast milk to a container of already frozen breast milk, make sure to add a lesser amount than the already frozen amount.

Feeding Breast Milk

  • It is recommended that breastfeeding is well established prior to bottle feeding your baby.
  • Always inspect the bottle, nipple and other components immediately before and after each use. If nipple appears cracked or torn, discontinue use immediately.
  • To prevent possible choking hazard, test strength of nipple by pulling on bulb portion of the nipple.
  • Do not attempt to enlarge the nipple hole.
  • Infants must not be bottle fed without adult supervision.
  • Nipple should not be used as a pacier.
  • Baby bottle feeding nipple teat type: Slow fl ow anti-colic.

LOLA LYKKE -logoLola&Lykke Oy
Konepajankuja 1 00510 Helsinki

Documents / Resources

LOLA LYKKE Breast Milk Storage Bags (10 pcs.) with Adapter [pdf] Instruction Manual
Breast Milk Storage Bags 10 pcs. with Adapter


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