Natursutten BPA-Free Natural Rubber Pacifier, Rounded, 12 Months

Natursutten BPA-Free Natural Rubber Pacifier, Rounded, 12 Months

Natursutten is one of the best All Natural Rubber Pacifier in America. Having led the way with BPA-free pacifiers, Natursutten is the safest choice for your baby because it contains no BPA, phthalates, or PVC. It’s made of 100% natural rubber, from the tree Hevea Brasiliensis. And it features a patented, one-piece design, with no joints or cracks where bacteria can hide or accumulate. Natursutten is made in Italy by a family-run business that’s been making rubber baby-products for three generations. It takes about 30 days to make just one Natursutten pacifier because of the curing process for natural rubber, along with the fact that many steps are completed by hand. Natursutten means “natural pacifier” in Danish. Anne-Dorthe Shroeder, the Danish mom behind the brand, started her company when she couldn’t find a healthy option for her newborn son. “The media is full of stories about toxic baby gear, recalls and harmful plastics. As a new mother, I thought about how many hours my son was going to have a pacifier in his mouth, and I was determined to find a truly safe alternative. I felt I owed that to my child and other babies around the world – to do better.” How to care for your Natursutten pacifiers: • Sterilize in boiling water for 5 minutes before first use, wash with mild soap and warm water daily. • Just like toothbrushes pacifiers should be replaced every 6 to 8 weeks.

Main features

  • Made from 100% natural rubber, from the tree Hevea Brasiliensi, natural rubber is softer than silicone and won’t leave marks on baby’s face.
  • Uniquely hygienic, one piece design, with no joints or cracks where dirt and bacteria can accumulate.
  • Made in Italy by a family business manufacturing rubber baby products for 3 generations.
  • No BPA, nitrosamines, PVC, phthalates, chemical softeners, or artificial coloring.
  • Conforms to pacifier-safety requirements as determined by European standard EN1400 and CPSIA

Verified reviews


Great hypoallergenic binky!

Love this binky for so many reasons. I hope to outline them here and dispel a few myths some people posted. I wish people wouldn’t post something they don’t know anything (or very little) about. First, these are perfectly safe for babies with a latex allergy. The reason? The process by which the binky is made removes the latex. Check it out yourself. As a mom of three boys with allergies I know how important it is. My youngest is five months and just a seizure like episode (we think do to allergies, all mine have allergies of some sort). It’s nice to know even if it is a latex allergy his binky isn’t contributing.Secondly, if your binky gets a white reside it’s because it’s water logged. You’ve either boiled it too long or let it sit in water. You can’t let these soak in a soapy water bowl like you would for your bottles. You can’t put them in the dishwasher even on santize. You need to do this the old fashioned way. Bring water to a boil in a stainless steel pan. Set timer for two minutes on the stove, drop binky in, and start your timer. Two minutes are up set them on a clean dishtowel. This is what I do. This is what my mom showed me with my first. She also used binkies like this for my baby brother 12ish years ago.My son LOVES these binkies. I finally have some peace. He’s just a bit cranky in the mornings and evenings before his naps. This really contains him. And, I actually could take the older kids out by myself without a cranky baby!! I love these. Wish I would have found them with my first…these are the best binkies I’ve had. I’ve nursed all my boys and find this style to soothe better. While they all took them when they had to it saves me to have my youngest actually like to take a binky.

Margie Cohagen, MT


This was okay- I like that it’s all one piece, but my daughter didn’t like it at all.

Darcy Colerain, OH

Not the Natural “Soothie” I Had Hoped For

I bought this hoping that my newborn baby would like it as much or more than his Soothie pacifier. He hates it. I think the nipple is the main problem. I bought the round one because my son is exclusively breastfed, but he spits it out and fusses each time I try. Given that this has to be replaced after a month and is expensive, I would not recommend it if you already have found something that works.

Corine Saint Anthony, IN

I love them… but baby doesn’t.

I bought these pacifiers before baby was born and had them ready for him. He hates them… but I love that they are made of all-natural sources. Oh well. I would say that it is worthwhile to try, but your baby may have a strong preference for the one from the hospital or for another style. It’s really up to them and we can’t force much on them!

Erika Grand Haven, MI

Smell/taste is strong

Make sure your baby is okay with the stronger smell/taste of natural rubber before you invest in several of these, as I did. My baby hated it. Also if a parent has a latex allergy then natural rubber products shouldn’t be used for the baby in case the baby has an allergy too. I’m all for natural substances but natural rubber is not for everybody.

Kenya Weeksbury, KY

Only paci he would take

My 8 weeks old son is a full time breast feeder and we have spent well over $60 trying EVERY Binky that the stores have to offer. He hated them ALL he would gag and have not have anything to do with them.This natursutten paci is FANTASTIC! The only paci my son would suck on, Never once gagged on this binky. He still is getting used to it, has a hard time keeping in his mouth but Im so happy I finally found one that he could suck on without that full body gag.The Plus side is this is all natural Rubber, Very easy to clean since it is all 1 piece. Baby likes the extra large face shield

Celia Waveland, MS

Five month old needed a larger size.

My daughter spit it out twice, then decided she liked it. Unfortunately, she’s 15lbs. already, at five months, and I think she might need the next size up. She still really enjoys playing with it and unlike the soothies, this has a long loop on the back (much nicer in her opinion) for teething. The loop is a little long and I worried about her choking, but it hasn’t happened.If your child is over four months, you might want to try the next size up.

Rosemary Victoria, VA


y baby never liked these. I think the very pungent smell has something to do with it!! WOuld not buy again.

Dee Wright City, MO

Excellent natural rubber pacifier

I’m a big fan of these being made from a natural rubber versus synthetic. As a plastics engineer, even though many pacifiers are bpa-free I prefer the natural rubber for my child.My child started using a Dr. Brown’s orthodontic pacifier at 3 weeks but was not a big pacifier fan until trying Avent Soothie at 4 weeks. Luckily we had received several as shower gifts. However the course of the next 8 weeks we managed to lose 3! I also had read about replacing pacis at 6-8 weeks. I would agree with this when they’re teething or if they reuse the same one frequently. But if you have enough to rotate than its bit necessary.I ordered these due to low Soothie supply & the age cap of 3 months. I like that these can go to 6 months instead. My daughter has only tried for 1 day & although not as crazy about this one as the Soothie (they have to work harder because of the thickness & opening inside the paci) she likes it! If I had started with this over Soothie I think she would have gone right for it.Overall a great product & only gets 4 instead of 5 stars b/c of my daughter’s preference for Soothies!

Shauna Oil Springs, KY

We got more sleep because of this pacifier!

My daughter is now almost 5 months old and I am exclusively breastfeeding. I hesitated introducing a pacifier to our daughter for fear it would interfere with breastfeeding. It became necessary to give her a pacifier when my daughter would only fall asleep while sucking on me. After she was two weeks old we chose this pacifier because it was recommended we get a softer more natural shaped pacifier by one of the nurses at the hospital to better replicate the real thing. When we introduced this pacifier to my daughter I was able to set her down and sleep for a few hours between feedings (she felt like she was still sucking on me). I’ve had no problems with breastfeeding after introducing this pacifier and I am still exclusively breastfeeding. This pacifier is very soothing for my daughter and helps her fall asleep almost every night. Now that she is able to pick things up on her own she likes to pick up the handle and put the pacifier in her own mouth, although sometimes she gets the two sides confused 🙂 My daughter does not like the hard plastic pacifiers (we have tried) this is now the only one she will take.Update June 2014: My daughter is now 1-1/2 years old and this is still her favorite pacifier. We’ve bought more of these because they do wear out over time. I am very happy with these and highly recommend them. I feel they are well made and constructed of safe materials.

Lizzie Sizerock, KY

The largest size is a little too big, but otherwise it’s a wonderful binky!

If you can get your baby to accept this binky, this would be a wonderful choice! It is natural rubber and I was told that it is latex free. Being that my husband has many relatives with latex allergies, I don’t want to expose my children to latex if I don’t have to.I LOVE that this is a one piece design. I know this sounds paranoid, but I can’t help worrying about other pacifiers coming apart. It’s also very easy to clean and doesn’t get gunk built up in it. I also love that it’s made from a natural material. I know that the other pacifiers out there are free of BPA and all, but who’s to say that there isn’t something else in them that we’ll later learn isn’t healthy? It’s also nice to know that my baby can’t shove these in her mouth.These also look very cute and retro. The pacifiers I used as a baby back in 1980 look nearly identical. They may not suit everyone’s taste, however.My only gripe is that the largest size (12 month+) has a very large bulb at the end. I guess the best reference I can think of is that it was quite a bit larger than those round Gerber binkies. I tried the largest size when my baby was 18 months and she rejected it immediately. (I’ve tried offering it to her a few times and she just chews on it a bit and tosses it aside.) Maybe my children are just on the sensitive side, but I can’t imagine that any of them would have accepted it. It’s not a big deal to size down, but since these can get expensive, I wish I had known that before making my purchase.

Randi Dierks, AR

Smells weird

I liked these well enough, except for The weird rubbery smell. My baby didn’t like these very much, and only used them for about 2 weeks before I had to switch to a different kind of pacifier. They also really attract any dust/hair that’s around. All in all they were okay, but I probably wouldn’t use them for my next baby

Enid Alexis, IL

SOLID rubber pacifier

Our daughter just never got into these (hence only 3 stars)… The "nipple portion" is solid rubber, so maybe this could be more useful once she starts teething?

Virginia Uniontown, KS

I wanted to like the pacifier but my daughter didn’t!

I was really hoping my daughter would like these pacifiers but she preferred another brand. She will use these occasionally but she has a hard time keeping the pacifier in her mouth.

Eve Koyuk, AK

I really wanted to like this, but….

So in my quest for the perfect paci, I purchased this after my little rejected the orthodontic ones. Turns out, she didn’t care for this rounded one, either. I suspect it’s because of the very strong rubber odor that pretty much starts after only a day or two of use. I properly sterilized and cleaned the paci before giving to my baby, just as the instructions indicated, but no matter what I did, I couldn’t avoid the bad rubber odor. I couldn’t figure out why she hated these so much, until I put it to my mouth and realized it smelled SO strong. Moreover, they get sticky really quickly, too. A lot of reviewers mentioned that they get sticky only when it’s time to replace thm, but all three of ours got sticky only after 1-2 days of use. That is absolutely disappointing and unacceptable for pacis this expensive. I wish that you got what you paid for with these pacis.

Althea Clio, IA

baby didnt like it

our baby doesnt seem to be a pacifier baby and had no interest in this. i still gave it 3 stars because i did some research and feel that if he were to like pacificers this is the one i would most like him to use.

Bernadine Woodstock, NY

Top choice

We love these pacifiers for our daughter. The rubber is so great for her and easy to clean. I don’t have to worry because it’s all one piece. We do use these for longer than they recommend, but you can tell they begin to change and become a bit waterlogged. Highly recommend.

Edythe Guasti, CA

Awesome product

I like the fact that i was able to find natural rubber since my baby does not like the silicone ones. She took to it right away.

Tommie Meckling, SD

Just never takes

Neither of my kids like these pacifiers despite my best efforts. It seems like one of those products parents like and frankly I never see any other babies with them either despite many friends receiving them as gifts. I don’t know if it’s the shape or the flavor of the rubber but they really dislike them. Otherwise I don’t have a problem with their construction and such.

Manuela Lake Isabella, CA

Safest pacifier AND my baby loves it!

I always wonder what else is in plastic pacifiers that are marketed as BPA free and made in China. It’s great to know that Natursutten uses all rubber, is Italian made, and the shape is great for my baby too!

Kristina Crescent Lake, OR

I Love These

These pacis are so well made. They have no holes in them, so they are easy to clean. They have a loop "handle" which makes attaching a paci clip easy.

Kerry Accoville, WV

Best Paci

Our older daughter took to this paci (known as a “ba” in our house) from week 3 after breastfeeding was established. It was the only one she would take, and we were so relieved! Our son took to it at 2.5 weeks, reflux issues made this paci a must for us. These are spendy, but worth it. I dont worry about what is going in my newborns mouth.

Adriana Columbia City, IN

Best paci

Pros: Natural, stays in well, easy to keep clean, no nipple confusionCons: expensive, bounce a long way when dropped

Luz Trout Lake, MI

These didn’t work for us

I love the concept of these, but I thought they would have a bigger bulb for the baby to suck on. I was told that the cherry shape of the pacifier would help the baby keep it in his mouth, but it didn’t work for us. The bulb is so small it keeps falling out with every sucking motion. All babies are different, but these just didn’t work for us.

Beth Bartlett, IL

Baby liked it…

She only uses the soothies and we tried this and others and this was the only other one she would take. I didn’t like how it made a like across her nose though.

Lakesha Rochester, VT

nipple size is VERY small

the nipple size on these pacifiers is much smaller than a normal size pacifier. my daughter wouldn’t take it. the description does say rounded small

Lucile Paicines, CA

I wanted my baby to love this!

I wanted my baby to love this, she didn’t. She doesn’t like any paci for that matter!Doesn’t smell, great construction, great teething toy!

Justine Callands, VA

The ONLY one she’ll take

I purchased every type of paci known to man. She SOMETIMES would take the soothie, but it was always a fight. She refused the NUK and all others. This one is latex style closer to an actual nipple texture. She takes it, and that’s all that matters. The sweet sound of quiet. I need to buy 100 of them. THANK YOU!

Rhea Buffalo Ridge, SD

Love them

The only pacifier my son would take. It is excellent, durable, and washes well also. We started with the 0-6 months and have been updating to the other sizes as he grew. Can’t say enough good things about these. Well worth the price.

Colette Manilla, IA

Nipple to small, newborn didn’t like it

It’s not that I didn’t like them, baby didn’t. Nipple was way too small, he never took them. He is breastfed and his previous pacifier was a Hevea one.

Libby Whitley City, KY